Delta Air Lines opened a private check-in lounge at Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 5 this week, capping off a 3-year, $229 million terminal wide refurbishment project.
Here are some snaps of the lounge that I took while covering the event for USA TODAY.
Priority is good, Delta One offers services above that.
This is the first of a series of private check-in lounges Delta Air Lines plans to open at major hubs.
Paparazzi be-gone. Private check-in door means celebs don’t mingle with others in the public lobby.
The lounge area of Delta One at LAX. This photo is courtesy of Delta – and is nicer than mine because there are no empty dishes scattered about…
The walnut wall that surrounds the seating area offers privacy, yet lets in natural light. A nice touch.
A bit hard to tell from this photo, but that check-in desk is made from the tail of a DC-9 airplane.. By MotoArt.
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