Delta Shares Details of New Sky Club In Phoenix

Mar 16, 2018

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Soon after announcing the construction of a new Sky Club in Austin (AUS), Delta Air Lines has now shared the details of another new Sky Club that will open at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in late 2018.

The new lounge will come in at 7,500 square feet and will be decked out in Southwestern landscape-inspired decor. It will be located near the airline’s gates in the new south concourse in Terminal 3.

Similar to the Sky Club that will be opening in Austin, the lounge’s design will not only feature artwork from regional artists, but will also serve locally inspired food. The lounge will offer a customizable food option in the form of Delta’s SkyBowl, which allows guests to create their own combinations of grains, veggies, and proteins to make their ideal meal.

The Sky Club will also offer a full-service bar featuring complimentary beer, wine and spirits as well as seasonal cocktails and other beverages for purchase. Of course, the brand-new lounge will offer Wi-Fi and plenty of comfortable seating with abundant power outlets — it will surely make working on the go much easier.

This new Sky Club is the latest in a series of lounge upgrades Delta has made with the goal of improving customer experience. In addition to the new lounges being built in AUS and PHX, Delta has renovated its Sky Clubs at Newark (EWR) and Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP), expanded the Sky Club in Raleigh-Durham (RDU), and added flagship lounges in Atlanta (ATL) and Seattle (SEA).

All photos courtesy of Delta Air Lines.

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