Delta and Microsoft are teaming up to bring a new experiential space to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport that will give guests the opportunity to connect and engage with Microsoft products and technologies.
Launched on Sept. 12, "Delta Sky Club, Built on Microsoft Technologies" is located in the Delta Sky Club on S Concourse at Sea-Tac. The three-month program is part of Delta's ongoing effort to bring unique experiences to Delta Sky Club guests while visiting the Club.
The space is engaging and informative, featuring Microsoft devices and technologies, including:
- Custom content on Microsoft Surface Hubs including flight information, maps, SKY Magazine articles and things to do in popular destinations around the country
- Seattle Sounders highlights on a 55" HD TV
- Xbox One games on a 70" HD TV
Delta has significantly invested in its Clubs to enhance the customer experience at Sea-Tac and across the country. In addition to the "Delta Sky Club, Built on Microsoft Technologies" experience at Delta Sky Club on S Concourse, the airline recently opened a second, 21,000 sq. ft. club between Concourses A and B. The Club features fantastic views of Mt. Rainier, an in-house Asanda spa, menus curated by renowned Seattle chef Ethan Stowell and wine lists built by master sommelier Andrea Robinson, among other amenities. The Seattle Club is part of Delta's continued investment in Seattle and commitment to serving customers in the Pacific Northwest.
Delta is the largest global carrier at Sea-Tac and has more than tripled flights and destinations at its Seattle hub since 2012. Every Delta flight from Seattle features jet service with Delta One/First Class and Delta Comfort+ seating. Free entertainment is available via Delta Studio, and Wi-Fi is available on all long-haul international flights and nearly every domestic flight operating in the contiguous U.S. The airline opened a 21,000 sq. ft. Delta Sky Club — the third largest Sky Club in Delta's system — located between Concourses A and B in late 2016.