9 Things to Discover at Delta Sky Clubs®
Delta’s Sky Clubs offer customers the perfect destination to escape the gate. The airline is making investments to enhance the customer experience at the 50 Club locations across its domestic network, from opening new Clubs to adding more perks and amenities.
Whether customers want to relax and unwind, catch up with work using high-speed Wi-Fi – or even hold a meeting – we’ve got it covered. Here are some Club highlights to discover:
1. The Great Outdoors
Customers flying from Atlanta Concourse E and New York-JFK Terminal 4 can take a runway seat on an outdoor Sky Deck, offering the best airport views in town. These flagship clubs are the largest in Delta’s network. Visit in the summer and there may be the opportunity to enjoy special events such as Delta’s Summer Series, featuring live music, special drinks and a great atmosphere.
2. Pre-flight Pamper
There’s a variety of spa services on offer at the Asanda Spa Lounges at Clubs in Atlanta, New York, & Seattle. Customers can redeem SkyMiles for services including chair massages, Deepak Chopra Dream Weaver experiences and a number of Comfort Zone and Davines products and make spa reservations online.
3. New Additions
Delta’s excited to be adding two new Clubs to its network. A spacious Club at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) will open later this year offering a full-service, complimentary bar with seasonal cocktails and wines.
Meanwhile, a Club in Austin scheduled for 2019 will feature a covered Sky Deck and food and beverage options inspired by the city’s unique flair and foodie scene.
4. New Looks
We’re always excited to improve existing Club experiences. With a fresh, new look the club at DCA reopened in June following an extensive renovation. A new food and beverage area offers views over the Potomac River, while a full-service bar features seasonal cocktails, an exclusive all-American whiskey menu with 15 choices and wine selected by Delta's Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson.
5. and Award Wins
With three accolades in 2017, including ‘North America’s Leading Airport Lounge 2017’, Delta’s award-winning Club at Seattle’s Tacoma Airport boasts incredible architectural features that highlight the local surroundings. With an abundance of natural light and views of Mount Rainier, it’s the perfect space for guests to recharge during their travels.
6. Grab a Seat at THE BAR
There’s a wide selection of complimentary wines, craft beers and spirits on offer at THE BAR. For something special, a variety of premium wines curated by Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson, champagnes, top-shelf spirits and artfully mixed cocktails are available for purchase.
There are also self-serve espresso machines and freshly brewed Starbucks coffee.
7. Fresh Flavors
Fresh, healthy options are available in all clubs throughout the day and customers can fuel their journey with a Mediterranean-inspired Sky Bowl filled with customizable ingredients in select locations.
Locally-sourced cuisine created by Seattle Chef, Ethan Stowell, is on offer at the airport’s Concourse A Club, while famed Lemongrass Chef, Mai Pham, has designed a signature menu for San Francisco. Customers flying from Atlanta can indulge in options from Goldberg’s Fine Foods.
Meanwhile, Delta has brought a taste of Paris to the Club at JFK’s Terminal 4, where macarons and chocolates by world-famous pâtissier, Pierre Hermé, are available for purchase.
8. Easy Access
Delta is using innovation to deliver a more individualized Club experience. Hand-held devices at most club locations are empowering ambassadors to quickly welcome and check in guests at the door, so they can enjoy the facilities sooner.
Delta Sky Club members with CLEAR®, who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents, can now use their fingerprints to enter all 50 U.S. Club locations. Delta is the only U.S.-based global airline to offer customers a secure biometric check-in option at a single touch point across its domestic network.
9. Open to All
Delta One® customers and Virgin Australia Gold and Platinum Velocity Members in any cabin, traveling on international flights or domestic connections to/ from an international flight enjoy complimentary Club access.
*Delta Sky Club access and sales of Single Visit Passes may be limited due to capacity restrictions. A Single Visit Pass must be used in conjunction with same-day ticketed air travel on Delta Air Lines or its partner airlines. A Single Visit Pass cannot be purchased on delta.com, airport kiosk during check-in, or via the Fly Delta app.