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Delta Air Lines has made significant investments in its Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) hub. It will continue to improve the passenger experience with a second Sky Club® slated for 2025.
The airport completed construction of the new 900,000-square-foot Concourse A in September 2020. Concourse A serves Delta exclusively with the carrier occupying all of the 22 gates that are scheduled to open by October 31st. Delta operated over 230 flights from Salt Lake City to around 90 global destinations this summer including added frequencies to Austin, Charlotte, Nashville, Philadelphia, and more. Concourse A has a Sky Club® currently (full review here) and the new location will complement the gorgeous existing lounge.
The Salt Lake City Tribune reports that Delta employs more than 5,000 people at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) and it signed a lease extension last year that guarantees it will maintain its hub there until at least 2044. Construction on Concourse B will be fully complete by 2027 and Delta will occupy more than one third of the concourse by that time.
The new Sky Club® will be located in Concourse B and will provide travelers with access to a more convenient lounge near the B Gates. No word on the Sky Club’s® size or proposed amenities has been released.
Anthony’s Take: Salt Lake City has been a focus of much investment for Delta and it only makes sense to add a second Sky Club® as its operations continue to grow there.
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