New and bigger Clubs, unique food and beverage programming, exclusive access for Delta One customers – here’s what Delta Sky Club guests can look forward to seeing on future visits.
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Delta is building more state-of-the-art Delta Sky Clubs and expanding existing Clubs to deliver an even more premium experience for guests looking to relax and recharge during travel.

“We’re creating best-in-class experiences in our lounges that make every Club a sought-after part of the travel journey,” said Claude Roussel, Managing Director – Delta Sky Club. “From working with local artists to incorporating new culinary elements, we continue to look for ways to deliver an experience and an atmosphere that’s widely enjoyed by Delta customers.”

Here’s a look at what visitors to Delta Sky Clubs will soon be able to enjoy:

1. The largest Clubs in the network at Los Angeles International and New York-LaGuardia airports

Wherever possible, the Delta Sky Club team is expanding capacity in key markets and planning for long-term growth. That’s why Delta’s just built its largest, best-in-class Clubs in New York and Los Angeles, two key hubs in which the airline continues to invest in facilities on the ground and experiences in the air.

The recently opened Club at Delta’s new Sky Way at LAX Terminal 3 includes seating for over 500 guests, and the new Delta Sky Club at New York’s LaGuardia Airport, opening in Delta’s transformed Terminal C in June, will be even larger, seating nearly 600 guests.

At both Clubs, customers will enjoy multiple food and beverage stations, thoughtful design touches and seating options to accommodate a range of customer needs and preferences.

Once checked in, guests will ascend the monumental staircase or escalators, passing beneath dazzling ceiling fixtures modeled after ocean waves before arriving at the custom wood-screened area that marks the Club’s entrance.
On April 20, the first phase of the new Delta Sky Way at LAX officially opened to customers, along with the terminal’s new, premier Delta Sky Club. The joint $2.3 billion investment in partnership with Los Angeles World Airports is slated for completion next year.

2. New locations and Club expansions opening at domestic and international airports

Another new Delta Sky Club will open at Chicago-O’Hare’s Terminal 5 this fall, while expanded Clubs will open in Nashville, Boston and Atlanta airports this summer.

Outside of the U.S., the Delta Sky Club at Haneda International Airport in Tokyo -- put on pause due to the pandemic -- is slated to open its doors in early August. Delta will be the only U.S. airline with a proprietary lounge at Haneda.

3. Food and beverage selections with an emphasis on all things local

The premium Club bar extends to the year-round outdoor Sky Deck.

Partnerships with local makers and talented chefs are sure to delight culinary-minded guests at select Clubs. The Local Flavor program, now active in Boston and coming June 1 to Clubs in Los Angeles and Detroit, showcases a quarterly rotation of hometown chefs, highlighting some of their most popular recipes for Club customers passing through. Local Flavor will be active in Clubs at all hub airports this October.

4. Exclusive Delta One Clubs planned for JFK and LAX

Plans are underway for the first-ever lounges dedicated to Delta One customers. Delta One-exclusive lounges will open their doors in JFK and LAX in 2023 and 2024, respectively, as Delta invests further in those key U.S. gateways. 

The JFK Delta One Club will be located near Concourse B in Terminal 4 and measure approximately 36,000 square feet. The Delta One Club at LAX will measure approximately 10,000 square feet and connect to the recently opened Club on Terminal 3. At both Clubs, visitors can expect a dedicated level of service that elevates the lounge experience for Delta One customers.

As more customers return to travel this summer, an updated Club access policy will help ensure an elevated Club experience for all guests. For more information, visit