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Article from BTNews 5 JANUARY 2015

Delta T3 arrivals lounge

Whilst eligible passengers can still use the virtually identical Virgin Revivals facility, Delta Air Lines has opened its own exclusive Delta Arrivals Lounge, at the arrivals hall of Heathrow Terminal 3.  It is slightly nearer than the Virgin operation and you do not have to use the lift.

The lounge offers a number of amenities tailored to suit travellers arriving in London from overnight flights. Customers are invited to freshen up in one of 11 private showers featuring New York's Malin+Goetz exclusive collection and take advantage of on-site butler services including clothes press and shoe shine.

Meanwhile, multiple breakfast offerings are available, à la carte items prepared to order, lighter fare and Starbucks coffee.

Wi-fi is available throughout, plus a business centre and a selection of the day's newspapers, and staff are on hand to assist with any future Delta travel plans.

Perry Cantarutti, Senior Vice President, Europe, Middle East and Africa, explains: “The Arrivals Lounge is a unique offering in the Delta portfolio and re-affirms the importance we place on London Heathrow.”  www.delta.com

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