Delta reveals 7 new and expanded Sky Clubs for 2024, including 3 premium lounges

Delta Air Lines continues to invest in modernizing and expanding its Sky Club network, with plans to open three new premium lounges and four new and expanded Sky Club locations across the country. Last year, Delta opened seven new and improved lounges, including a refreshed outpost in Newark, a stunning location in Minneapolis, and a second space in New York’s busiest airport.

In 2024, Delta will cut the ribbon on its long-awaited business-class-only lounges, marking the biggest year yet for the Sky Club network. The first premium lounge will open at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in June 2024. Spanning 38,000 square feet, the lounge will feature a full-service restaurant, a casual market, dedicated wellness areas, a year-round Sky Deck, and more. It will be the largest lounge in the entire Delta network.

The second premium lounge will open at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in the fourth quarter of 2024. The 10,000-square-foot space will offer a year-round Sky Deck with views of the apron, runways, and Hollywood Hills. The lounge will be directly accessible from the Delta One check-in area. The third premium lounge will open at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) in the fourth quarter of 2024. Measuring 6,300 square feet, this outpost will be connected to the recently opened Sky Club in the airport international terminal.

Delta will also open four new and expanded Sky Clubs. At LaGuardia Airport (LGA), an expansion will add a Sky Deck and more than 100 seats to the existing 34,000-square-foot Sky Club. Miami International Airport (MIA) will see the expansion of the existing Sky Club in Concourse H, accommodating 320 flyers over 12,000 square feet. Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) will welcome Delta’s first-ever Sky Club, seating over 250 people and measuring nearly 15,000 square feet. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) will receive a second Sky Club measuring over 21,000 square feet in Terminal A.

These investments in the Sky Club network aim to provide more space and improved amenities for Delta’s customers. The expansion and opening of new lounges will benefit travelers with the airline’s best cobranded credit cards and the Amex Platinum card, alleviating overcrowding issues. Delta aims to provide a personalized and exceptional experience for its premium lounge customers, making them feel welcomed and known. With the opening of three long-awaited premium lounges, Delta is raising the bar for airline lounges and offering an elevated experience for its most lucrative customers.

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