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Delta Air Lines has opened a slew of renovated and new Sky Clubs® this year. These new lounges offer luxe designs, premium food and beverages, and great spots to work or relax while traveling. The latest location opened today at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) in the new Terminal A.
I had visited the old Sky Club® at Newark earlier this summer (review here) and can’t wait to check out the new space. The lounge can accommodate 200 guests in the 7,000-plus-square-foot space (this is 50 more than the old Terminal B Sky Club®). This is the third recent addition to the Sky Club® network for NYC-based passengers. An additional lounge just opened at New York John F. Kennedy Airport (review here) and last summer saw the introduction of the Sky Way space at LaGuardia Airport (LGA) (review here). This is the fifth and final lounge opening of 2023.
Claude Roussel, Vice President, Sky Clubs® and Lounge Experience, commented:
This lounge is a true product of its environment – both in the airport and the surrounding Newark area. Our team has used thoughtful design touches to create a welcoming, relaxing space in the middle of a busy terminal. We can’t wait for Newark guests to discover this lounge for themselves and experience our signature Delta Sky Club® hospitality.”
The lounge takes its design inspiration from Newark’s contrasts. The green color palette is a nod to the “Garden State” and that’s paired with the city’s history as a manufacturing hub. The space is open, but has several acoustic systems that absorb the outside sounds of the airport. It’s great to see the art from the old lounge has made its way over. I loved the Campbell’s Soup label and Sinatra painting when I visited the Terminal B location.
As with all Sky Clubs®, a full buffet, bar, and drink station will be available for guests. Delta’s operations will begin to move from Terminal B to Terminal A today.
Delta Air Lines flies to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG), Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW), Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP), Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU), and Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC).
Anthony’s Take: I will definitely be checking this lounge out when I go to visit family in NJ. I love that Delta keeps investing in its Sky Clubs®.
(Image Credits: Delta Air Lines.)
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