JFK will have the capacity to accommodate over 800 guests at the same time. The two clubs, Club B and Concourse 4, will operate alongside the Terminal on the covered Sky Deck. The Club includes a seating area for more than 250 guests and is nearly 14,000 square feet in size.
Regular visitors are bound to become beloved individuals that are distinctive and memorable instances, the JFK T4-A lounge incorporates, just like authentic New Yorkers have their favored hangouts, a metropolis abundant with contradictions and vibrant with vitality, the rough and the glamorous, the lounge design draws inspiration from New York City itself.
The urban area that never rests transforms into a well-suited destination, offering an expansive and inviting space – the club’s premium bar serves as the focal point. It exudes the privacy and sophistication reminiscent of a timeless speakeasy, with its secluded nooks adorned with lush green seating. The cozy lounge with a fireplace provides a comfortable atmosphere for guests to enjoy sweeping views of the airfield, whether they seek relaxation or a productive work environment.
Claude Roussel, the Managing Director of Delta Sky Club, expressed, “The newly constructed Club possesses a stunning design and is filled with unique features that capture the essence of New York City. However, even more significant than that, it serves as a venue where our staff can provide the distinctive hospitality that defines Delta Sky Club, ensuring that every visitor feels embraced and nurtured from the very instant they enter.”
LATAM will start a seasonal service to Rio de Janeiro as part of a joint partnership with Delta, beginning next winter. Delta is also expanding its service to Buenos Aires, offering our NYC customers further travel options to South America. This year, Delta will launch new seasonal routes, including Gatwick-London and Geneva, with over 230 weekly departures from the airport, making it the largest trans-Atlantic schedule operating out of JFK. In addition, Delta will offer more than 230 daily departures to 95 destinations this summer, a significant increase from before the pandemic.
Classic dishes of New York City reimagined by an up-and-coming local chef
In September, the Club T4-A in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood will showcase Elyssa’s recipes, which include a simple syrup and oat milk tahini cold brew slushie, as well as Edith’s famous vegan Cafe Iced Slushie with a topping of labneh and vegetarian latkes, and deli Jewish staples like hash sandwich and brisket. Guests of Club T4-A can enjoy Elyssa’s take on these dishes, which is a testament to the commitment of Delta Sky Club in highlighting emerging local chefs through its Local Flavor program, featuring the work of CEO and founder Elyssa Heller from Grocery & Eatery Edith’s.
Delta’s continuous investment at JFK
The expansion of Concourse B will include the enlargement of the baggage claim area and security checkpoint, as well as the addition of updated restrooms. Furthermore, 28 gates that can accommodate various types of aircraft will be incorporated by the fall of 2023. In January 2023, Delta implemented technological improvements, such as upgraded bag drop locations and self-service check-in kiosks, when they centralized all operations to Terminal 4. As a result, 10 new gates were opened in the modernized and spacious Concourse A. Additionally, the $1.5 billion expansion project at JFK, which commenced in late 2021, was part of Delta’s overall investment of over $7 billion in infrastructure at its New York airports since 2010.