Customers in the Music City can now enjoy upgraded amenities in the newly renovated Delta Sky Club as part of the airline’s investment in the overall travel experience.
The updated Nashville Club features a new lobby, reception area, and restrooms - with the main floor measuring more than 1300 square feet. The club is also furnished with our latest furniture design, seating for 82 guests and the locally-inspired artwork of Johnny Cash and The Bluebird Café. The kitchen has been expanded to support our newest food offerings and a state of the art automatic Swiss coffee machine featuring Starbucks.
“Nashville is an American cultural icon and an important city for us. We are proud of our long relationship with the market,” said Claude Roussel, Managing Director – Delta Sky Club. “This renovation reflects the artistic character of the city, while offering guests an improved experience as well as another reason to fly Delta.”
Delta operates flights from concourse B of the Nashville International Airport, offering customers 30 peak day departures to nine 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, and later this year, Delta will open new Clubs in Atlanta (Concourse B), Denver, and Seattle (between Concourse A and B), as well as renovate Clubs in Raleigh and Newark.
While changes and additions in Nashville will offer an improved Club experience for travelers, Delta’s investment in the city and its customers extends well beyond the airport.
Delta has committed to investing one percent of its pre-tax profits in its local communities, and this summer, local employees in the Nashville area will participate in a KaBOOM! playground build. KaBOOM! is a national non-profit dedicated to bringing balanced and active play into the daily lives of all kids, particularly those growing up in poverty in America.
Additionally, Delta has recently begun new partnerships and been named the official airline of Junior Achievement Middle Tennessee and Launch Tennessee’s 36|86 conference.