Delta Air Lines has opened its Sky Club at Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) in Tokyo today after a 2-year delay brought on by the pandemic back in 2020. It is the first club to open at Haneda and features Japanese accents, inviting interiors, curated artwork and more.
The club provides travelers with a comfortable and convenient experience, as it is more conveniently located and favored by business travelers at Haneda as opposed to the less convenient Narita Airport (NRT).
Since March 2020 the lounge has sat empty, as it was originally set to open in advance of the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games.
Now that Japan slowly but steadily reopens to international travel, Delta and Haneda is ready to welcome the traveling public.
The Club is a new, exclusive lounge located on the fifth floor of Terminal 3. It offers guests a premium bar serving seasonal wines, cocktails, beers and Japanese sake, that are all complimentary. There is also a specialty, made-to-order noodle bar staffed by a dedicated chef who will provide tastes of the popular regional cuisine.
“We’ve been looking forward to this day for years,” said Claude Roussel, Managing Director – Delta Sky Club. “Bringing the signature Delta Sky Club experience to Haneda as we continue to grow our network of premium, one-of-a-kind lounges is a huge moment for our Asia-Pacific partners, and all future Haneda Club customers.”
This is Delta Sky Club's Third Lounge Opening of the Year
With the opening of the Haneda Sky Club, Delta has now opened three airport lounges this year alone. The other two, the lounge in Terminal C at New York's LaGuardia Airport (LGA), and in Terminal C at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), marks Delta's commitment to make the traveling experience much more enjoyable even in uncertain times.
Additional Features at Delta's Sky Club Haneda:
- 5 Shower Rooms
- High-Speed WI-FI Throughout the Lounge
- Power Outlets in the Seating Areas
- Private Booths for a Quieter Working Environment
The lounge can be found on the fifth floor of Terminal 3, very close to Delta's gates at Haneda.