Delta Air Lines will open a second Sky Club lounge at Seattle-Tacoma International airport next year.
The 1,950 sqm facility will be located between concourses A and B with views of the runway and Mount Rainier in the distance.
It will be among the five largest Sky Clubs when it opens in late 2016, Delta said in a statement.
The new lounge will join an existing Sky Club facility at Seattle-Tacoma (pictured)
Features will include “power outlets near every seat, warm wood finishes reminiscent of the Pacific Northwest, rotating art curated from local galleries, a unique spa space to rejuvenate or relax, and personalised flight assistance”.
Claude Roussel, managing director of Delta Sky Club, said: “Seattle has a rapidly expanding business and travel community, and it’s important that we create an experience that uniquely represents the local market with a feel that’s also very inviting to the city’s guests.”
This summer, Delta has completed a $229 million, three-year upgrade at Los Angeles International airport’s Terminal 5 (see news, June 12).
And the airline opened an arrivals lounge at Heathrow Terminal 3 at the end of last year (see news, December 2014).