How to Get Access to Delta’s Sky Club Lounges

How to Get Access to Delta's Sky Club Lounges
How to Get Access to Delta’s Sky Club Lounges
Lounge seating at New Terminal 2 at Seoul Incheon International Airport

New Terminal 2 at Seoul Incheon International Airport

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At Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Air France has just cut the ribbon on redesigned and enlarged business class lounge in Terminal 2’s Hall L. It is open to business class travelers and Air France’s Flying Blue Elite Plus cardholders. The airline said the new lounge devotes 550 square meters “entirely to well-being,” including an “instant relaxation” area with lounge chairs and mini-suites; a “detox bar” with a selection of teas; the availability of facial treatments; and a pair of private saunas.  The lounge also has a gourmet dining area with chef-prepared hot dishes; a self-service area with casseroles, pastries and salads; and an extensive selection of wines and champagnes.

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