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I’m not one to review every airport lounge I visit, as frankly, I don’t see that there is usually that much to write about. I have some olives, a glass of wine and use the wi-fi. OK, great. But there was a lot of hype surrounding the new Delta Sky Club, at Terminal 4 at JFK. Although I missed the opening party, I did visit the pop-up Delta Sky Club that was located in SoHo, NYC more than a few times.
So, when I was going to San Francisco on Delta two weeks ago and was looking forward to visiting the Sky Club. I must admit, it was really nice. Size-wise, it was huge – 24,000 feet, with 400 seats and 50 workstations. Lots of areas to relax or do work.
The club has a dining area and an expanded menu (for a fee), if you want to sit down to something more than the traditional cheese, crackers, hummus, etc., that you find at every Delta Sky Club.
Here are some photos I took.
Entering the Sky Club:
Like many other clubs, there’s an assortment of maze-like rooms:
The Traditional Assortment of Food:
You can also order off a menu, sit in a restaurant area, or even order off of an iPad menu:
The Rooftop Sky Lounge is really cool. Unfortunately, it was a stormy day, so I could only look in (or should I say, out?).
Also, the bathroom is designed in beautiful red subway tiles – with a zen, bamboo feeling. I saw this same design at the Atlanta Sky Club.
Overall, I was impressed with the new Sky Club at JFK. There was sufficient space, the facility was clean, there were helpful agents at the front desk. Since I took a red-eye flight back to JFK, arriving Monday morning, I stopped back in to have wash up and have coffee.
Enjoy your travels!
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