NEW YORK, May 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) will preview its renovation of John F. Kennedy International Airport's Terminal 4 (T4), part of a $1.4 billion redevelopment at JFK, with an experiential space in Manhattan called "T4X." The space will be open to the public, May 1-22, and showcase JFK T4's new features, including Delta Sky Priority® check-in, the new flagship Delta Sky Club® and The Sky Deck™ at Delta Sky Club, a stylish outdoor terrace. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20090202/DELTALOGO) "Our newly transformed international hub at JFK's Terminal 4 is the cornerstone of the substantial investments Delta is making in New York," said Gail Grimmett, Delta's senior vice president – New York. "We are opening T4X as a unique way for our customers and the public to preview the state-of-the-art features of the new terminal, before it officially opens on May 24." The Sky Priority area at T4X will preview the premium customer check-in experience. Visitors can check in to a Delta flight, receive travel services from Delta agents or simply relax in a dedicated lounge. iPads showcasing the new Fly Delta app and Delta.com will enable visitors to explore and book a new Delta travel experience. At the Delta Sky Club, they can re-charge their mobile devices and relax, while an adjacent Sky Bar area offers TVs, reading materials or simply a place to enjoy a T4X international lunch. Visitors will also experience an interpretation of The Sky Deck, the distinctive rooftop terrace at Terminal 4's new Delta Sky Club that was created in partnership with Architectural Digest and designed by Thom Filicia. "T4X is a showcase of not only the investments that we have made in T4, but also represents the larger investment that Delta has made in our products and technology across the system," said Tim Mapes, Delta's senior vice president – Marketing. Visitors to T4X can take a closer look at JFK Terminal 4 with a unique interactive digital 3-D model of the terminal. As an individual waves a hand over select areas of the model, information, images and video about the terminal are displayed onto the structure via video projection.