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Sky Club Showers: more than one user at a time?

Sky Club Showers: more than one user at a time?

Old Sep 21, 15, 10:48 am
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Sky Club Showers: more than one user at a time?

Are there rules as to the number of people who can use a Sky Club shower suite at one time?

(The question is for any Sky Club; but I'm currently at LAX.)
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Old Sep 21, 15, 10:56 am
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Hah!! Omg I was just about to ask this very question!
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Old Sep 21, 15, 10:59 am
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Unless you're talking ADA compliance or someone with children under the age of about 5 that need wrangling as they're hosed down, ewwwwww.....
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Old Sep 21, 15, 10:59 am
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Originally Posted by FitTraveler View Post
Are there rules as to the number of people who can use a Sky Club shower suite at one time?

(The question is for any Sky Club; but I'm currently at LAX.)
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Old Sep 21, 15, 11:22 am
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Originally Posted by FitTraveler View Post
Are there rules as to the number of people who can use a Sky Club shower suite at one time?

(The question is for any Sky Club; but I'm currently at LAX.)
I think that you should merge this thread with this one: http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/delta...-listings.html

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Old Sep 21, 15, 11:48 am
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Originally Posted by FitTraveler View Post
Are there rules as to the number of people who can use a Sky Club shower suite at one time?
I don't think that is how the Mile High Club works...
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Old Sep 21, 15, 12:10 pm
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Well, I hear California is VERY SERIOUS about conserving water
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Old Sep 21, 15, 12:17 pm
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Originally Posted by SYRRDU View Post
I don't think that is how the Mile High Club works...
If only there was a SkyClub with showers in Denver.
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Old Sep 21, 15, 12:21 pm
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Originally Posted by SYRRDU View Post
I don't think that is how the Mile High Club works...
Maybe in Denver...

The SC showers are much larger than the lavs on a plane.
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Old Sep 21, 15, 12:32 pm
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Wow. From the responses it must be a slow Monday.
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Old Sep 21, 15, 12:33 pm
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Answering the question seriously, my partner and I used the LAX SC shower with our then-three-month-old child with no trouble.

And before the kid, we've showered consecutively and asked the staff not to waste time cleaning the shower between us without trouble; I honestly can't recall if we have ever used the same lounge shower at the same time without the kid. If we did, it obviously wasn't particularly memorable. Showers after overnight long hauls are entirely about removing sweat for me.
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Old Sep 21, 15, 12:39 pm
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Still don't know if there's a rule or not. I didn't ask and applied "Just do it and ask for forgiveness later."

And for all of you who have your head in the gutter, lol, I was thinking more in terms of efficient use of the shower suites for everyone -- why use two if not needed, especially if others are waiting?

The shower suites are a great amenity after a TPAC and especially while waiting for a connecting TCON.
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Old Sep 21, 15, 1:28 pm
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Originally Posted by UpgradeMe View Post
If only there was a SkyClub with showers in Denver.
If only there was a club in Denver.
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Old Sep 21, 15, 1:38 pm
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Originally Posted by SJC ORD LDR View Post
If only there was a club in Denver.
Yes it does seem like DL has neglected the mountain-west cities when it comes to Sky Clubs. LAS and PHX regularly see widebodies and occasionally so does DEN. All three airports have a rather large DL presence so you would think a club would be sustainable.
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Old Sep 21, 15, 1:41 pm
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Originally Posted by UpgradeMe View Post
If only there was a SkyClub with showers in Denver.
Don't forget about the "little" regional station called MSP.

That also is a "dry" county with no showers!
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