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Delta employees were treated to massages, manicures and pedicures, barber services and other spa-treatments Tuesday at the grand opening of the Salt Lake City SkySpa.

Woman sitting in the Delta Sky Spa The exclusive retreat, built for Airport Customer Service and cargo agents, flight attendants, pilots, TechOps and Ground Service Equipment technicians and other employees, is designed to help employees look and feel their best on the job. In addition to discounted spa and barber services, employees also have an opportunity to try on uniform options at the Uniform Fit Line before placing an order and enjoy personal style consultation from XpresSpa staff.

“We continue to look for thoughtful and innovative ways to make Delta a great place to work and use candid employee feedback to make meaningful improvements and investments,” Bill Lentsch, Delta’s Senior Vice President–Airport Customer Service and Cargo Operations, said. “We appreciate the hard work of our employees and think the SkySpa will add real value to the airport work environment.”    

Products and services are available at the SkySpa without an appointment, and employees receive a 25 percent discount on services and 30 percent off products. Employees can also take advantage of the XpresSpa loyalty program and earn one point for every dollar spent. Receive a $5 XpresSpa credit after reaching 100 points.

Salt Lake City's SkySpa is Delta's first. Others are planned to open in 2016 at Delta's airport hubs in Atlanta and Detroit.

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