It’s a homecoming for the Delta Sky Club at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Renovations to the airport terminal necessitated a move to a temporary location last year, but the Club has now reopened at its familiar location between Gates E10 and E11.
The relocated Club features a fresh new look plus all of the amenities customers have come to enjoy, including complimentary food and beverage, Wi-Fi and easily accessible power. Additionally the Club will include specially curated artwork and local Deep Ellum Brewing Co. IPA beer.
At 7,800 square feet, the Club has a capacity to host 114 visitors.
“We are happy to be returning to our original location at Dallas-Fort Worth,” said Claude Roussel, Managing Director – Delta Sky Club. “This reopening marks the continuation of Delta’s investments to improve the overall travel experience, giving our members another reason to fly Delta.”
Delta offers customers 44 peak day departures to eight destinations.
In the past two years, Delta has invested millions of dollars to enhance the look, feel and tastes in each of its 50 Sky Clubs around the globe. Last year, Delta debuted its Club in San Francisco, which sets the new standard for the customer experience. Last month, Delta reopened its newly renovated Club in Nashville, Tenn. Later this year, Delta will open new Clubs in Atlanta, Denver and Seattle, as well as renovate Clubs in Raleigh, N.C., and Newark, N.J.