Delta Air Lines has launched a new dining
experience at its four Delta Sky Clubs at New York’s John F.
Kennedy International Airport offering made-to-order meals for
purchase and expanded beverage options through a full-service café
“The new Sky Club café concept at JFK is another
step in Delta’s efforts to enhance the customer experience in New
York in the air and on the ground and become New York's preferred
airline,” said Gail Grimmett, Delta’s senior vice president — New
York. “The new dining offerings are a direct response to member
requests for more substantial meal options in our Clubs, and we’re
confident the new full- service cafés we’ve developed with OTG will
offer a truly superior customer experience.”
The new cafes,
developed exclusively for Delta and operated by airport
restaurateur OTG Management, include dedicated seating areas within Delta’s Sky Clubs where customers can enjoy
made-to-order breakfast options, sandwiches, salads, small plates and desserts for purchase.
The cafés also offer an extensive wine
and beer selection, along with premium liquors. In addition to
dining at the café, Sky Club members also can order from the menu
and dine anywhere in the Club. Delta Sky Clubs continue to offer
members complimentary snacks and beverages.
The JFK Sky Clubs are located
in Terminal 3 near Gate 11 and the Duty Free shop, adjacent to Gate
12 and on the 4th floor across from Gate 6; as well as in Terminal
2 on the Mezzanine Level, near Gate 23.
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