New and Expanded Delta Sky Clubs® are Coming to Charlotte, Miami, New York LaGuardia, and Seattle

by Anthony Losanno
Delta Sky Club SFO 2

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Yesterday, I wrote about the new Delta One® premium lounges that are opening this year in Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), and New York John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK). Along with these exciting additions, Delta has announced two new lounges and the expansion of two others.

Delta Sky Club EWR Check In

Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT)

Delta Air Lines confirmed in December that it would open a Sky Club® at American’s southeastern hub in Charlotte. The 15,000-square-foot lounge will seat 250 people and open in Q4 2024. It’s being speculated that the new Sky Club® will be located in Concourse A, which will open in the fall. This will be part of an expansion that will also add 10 new gates.


Miami International Airport (MIA)

An expansion of the Sky Club® in Miami will boost the size of the lounge to 12,000 square feet with planned seating for 320 guests and an opening in Q2 2024. 

LGA Sky Club

New York LaGuardia Airport (LGA)

An expansion of the Terminal C Sky Club® will add a Sky Deck and more than 100 seats to the lounge. The expansion is expected to open in the summer. Full review of the current Sky Club® can be found here.


Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)

A new Delta Sky Club® will open in Q4 with over 21,000 square feet in Terminal A. This will be the second lounge at the airport. My review of the current lounge can be found here.

Anthony’s Take: I love Delta’s Sky Clubs® and can’t wait to check out these new and expanded locations.

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