Delta Opening First “Sky Spa” To Pamper Employees Next Month

After flying thousands of miles and catering to (sometimes unruly) passengers, flight attendants might need a few minutes to unwind and forget about all that work for a while. That’s part of the reason Delta Air Lines is opening three “sky spas” where employees can be pampered in their downtime.

The Los Angeles Times reports that starting next month, employees of the carrier can get discounted beauty treatments and spa services, as well as uniform alterations, when stopping over in Salt Lake City, Detroit, or Atlanta.

Delta says the sky spas – the first of which opens in Salt Lake City next month – are meant to keep employees happy, so they, in return, keep customers happy.

“When our employees feel great, it’s reflected in the experience they provide our customers,” Allison Ausband, Delta’s senior vice president of in-flight service, tells the L.A. Times.

The Atlanta and Detroit spas are slated to open next year.

Delta Air Lines to pamper workers with airport spa [The Los Angeles Times]

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