As a part of Salt Lake City International Airport’s newly opened terminal, the newest and largest Delta Sky Club will welcome its first guests today.
Boasting more than 28,000 square feet of luxurious lounge space and thoughtfully designed details, the new Club spotlights the area’s glorious mountainous landscape and offers guests a relaxing retreat during their travels.
Located on the ground level of the new terminal and nearby Delta gates, customers can look forward to experiencing myriad amenities in the Club:
- 360-degree fireplace
- Covered Sky Deck overlooking the Wasatch Range that can be enjoyed year-round
- Artwork collection inspired by the mountain west and hand-picked by Delta Sky Club’s art curator featuring several local artists
- Two convenient food stations, two full-service bars, and five coffee and beverage stations
- Warm and inviting seating areas, high-speed Wi-Fi, and power outlets at nearly every seat
“From show-stopping design details to enhanced safety measures, our team carefully considered every detail of our beautiful new Club,” said Claude Roussel, Managing Director — Delta Sky Club. “This project is years in the making and is a testament to our long-term investment here in Salt Lake City. We are ready to welcome guests who may have taken a break from travel whenever they are ready to return to the skies.”
The new Delta Sky Club is the latest investment Delta is making for Salt Lake City travellers. As the airline’s gateway to the west, the new airport brings together innovation, safety, convenience and comfort, providing customers with a seamless travel experience from curb to claim. Delta’s support of the new Salt Lake City Airport is part of the airline’s ongoing strategy to modernize hub infrastructure and customer experience by investing more than $12B in airport projects that also include LAX and LGA.
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Current Delta Sky Club Experience
Guests can expect to see a new standard of Club cleanliness that includes the same Delta CareStandard practices found throughout the airport and on-board reflected in the new space. This includes but is not limited to: individually packaged fresh food options, plexiglass partitions at check-in, at the bar and between seating areas, limited capacity and blocked seats to promote more space, and enhanced cleaning measures like nightly sanitization with a high-grade electrostatic spray. Following temporary beverage modifications, premium bar offerings were reintroduced to Clubs earlier this summer.
As a part of a long-term effort to expand the award-winning Delta Sky Club experience across the network, Los Angeles International Airport will see a new Club in 2022 — which will also feature a Sky Deck and breath-taking views. Over the past several years, Delta also opened new Clubs at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and a refreshed Club at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
Source: Delta Air Lines