With Delta’s new Tokyo-Haneda routes coming March 28, 2020, Delta will officially become the largest U.S carrier serving Haneda. Customers can book Tokyo routes already from Seattle, Detroit, Atlanta, Honolulu, and Portland starting this March. Services already exists from Minneapolis/ St. Paul and Los Angeles. For the summer season in 2020, Delta is opening the Delta Sky Club in Haneda spanning almost 9,000 square feet. While the club is still in planning phase it will have a few features including international as well as Japanese seasonal food, including healthy choices; a full-service bar, interestingly unique designs throughout the space reminiscent of the culture; Wi-Fi, power outlets, and comfortable seating and even shower suites. This HND club is a continuous part of the effort to expand the award-winning Delta Sky Club experience throughout the network. For example, a new Sky Club is also opening at Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport later this year, and at the John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal 4 club. A new Salt Lake City International Airport and Lost Angeles International Airport Clubs are coming in 2020 and 2022 respectively. The Tokyo Haneda flights will feature premium products and nonstop flights for 99 percent of travelers. Also coming in 2020, Delta is debuting a new flight from Seoul to Manila operating on an Airbus A330-900neo with premium products available as well. This is part of the joint venture with Korean Air and Delta will be able to reach more than 290 destinations in the Americas and over 80 in Asia.