Delta has begun construction this week on its new Delta Sky Club at the former TIAT Lounge Annex on the fifth floor of the International Terminal at Haneda International Airport.
The nearly 9,000 square foot Club is located close to gates where Delta flights will depart to seven of its U.S. gateways including Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Portland, Seattle, and Honolulu, starting March 29 — making Delta the largest U.S. carrier serving Tokyo’s closest and most convenient airport. Delta will also be the only U.S. airline with a proprietary lounge at Haneda.
The newest Delta Sky Club will open early July, just in time for the Tokyo games.
The Haneda Delta Sky Club will feature:
- International and Japanese seasonal food offerings that are rotated regularly, including a noodle bar
- A full-service bar along with seasonal cocktails and wine selected by Delta’s Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson
- Unique design elements and artwork throughout the Club reflecting local culture and history
- High-speed Wi-Fi, comfortable seating, and power outlets at nearly every seat
- Shower suites
In 2019, Delta was named a Best Travel Rewards program by U.S. News & World Report for the third year in a row. We’re leading the industry when it comes to launching innovative ways to use miles on more Delta offerings, which pairs with the increased ability to earn miles on everyday activities through partnerships with brands customers love like Lyft and Airbnb. And, the award-winning Delta Sky Club experience continues to be a reason travelers choose to fly Delta.