NEW YORK - Delta today opened a new Delta Sky Club in LaGuardia Airport's Terminal C, just a few days after the airline's successful consolidation of operations last weekend in Terminals C and D.
Part of the airline's commitment to its customers amid LGA's ongoing redevelopment, this Club gives guests a new option to relax and refresh during their travels.
"With this new space, we are expanding the exceptional Delta Sky Club experience to reach more guests at LaGuardia," said Claude Roussel, Managing Director — Delta Sky Club. "This is particularly exciting for Delta Shuttle guests who are joining us from the Marine Air Terminal and will be able to enjoy a Delta Sky Club close by at LaGuardia for the first time."
Located next to gate C28, this Delta Sky Club features:
- THE BAR at Delta Sky Club, with complimentary beverages served and premium drinks available for purchase
- Seasonal cocktails and wine selected by Delta's Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson
- Exceptional runway views
- Convenient location just beyond security
- Additional space and comfortable seating
- Fresh, seasonal and tailored food offerings available throughout the day
Further enhancements to the new Club are planned. Delta features two other Clubs at LaGuardia – in Terminal D and Terminal C.
"With the consolidation of our operation complete, opening this new Delta Sky Club is just the latest example of how we plan to take care of our customers during the historic redevelopment of LaGuardia into a next-generation transit hub," said Henry Kuykendall, Delta's Senior Vice President – Airport Operations, Northeast.
Delta has invested more than $2 billion in New York airport infrastructure during the past seven years, in addition to the many other investments the airline is making in the customer experience across its system, including in new cabin interiors, Wi-Fi, free entertainment, onboard food and beverage, biometric and RFID technology and much more.
Delta is New York's largest carrier with more than 500 peak-day departures to more than 130 destinations worldwide from its hubs at LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport – including more destinations from New York state than any other airline. Delta and its more than 10,000 New York-based employees are part of the fabric of the New York community, acting as the official airline of Madison Square Garden, the New York Yankees, the New York Mets, Chelsea Piers and the Whitney Museum of American Art. The airline also partners with more than 40 community organizations. In 2017, Delta paid out more than $119 million in profit sharing to its New York employees and committed to contributing 1 percent of its net income from the previous year to key charitable organizations, including organizations in New York.