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A new level of luxe: Delta debuts new premium lounges across US network

Delta Air Lines will launch brand-new premium lounges along with new Delta Sky Clubs in select major aviation hubs across the US with the first-ever luxury location to debut in New York City’s JFK Airport this year.

Delta Air Lines will launch brand-new premium lounges along with new Delta Sky Clubs in select major aviation hubs across the US with the first-ever luxury location to debut in New York City’s JFK Airport this year.

DL’s exclusive premium lounge experience will unlock a heightened level of service and hospitality for eligible passengers in JFK, Los Angeles (LAX) and Boston (BOS) in 2024 with each location inspired by and unique to its host city.

JFK will host the inaugural premium lounge, a 3,530m2 space that features both a full-service brasserie and a casual, chef-assisted market with open kitchens, dedicated wellness areas and more, set to open in June 2024.

Render of premium lounge bar at JFK.
Render of JFK premium lounge restaurant.
Render of DL’s premium lounge terrace at JFK.

The LAX and BOS premium lounge locations – connected to existing Sky Clubs – will debut later this year.

Just like Sky Clubs, no two premium lounges will be alike. DL will open five new lounges in 2024, adding more than 2,700 seats to its lounge network.

Passenger eligibility access to the new premium lounges is still to be announced.

Meanwhile, a Sky Club will also open in Charlotte and a second space in Seattle plus expanded locations planned for Miami and NYC La Guardia Airport (LGA) by the end of the year.

The final stage of the Delta Sky Way at LAX terminal complex was completed in September 2023 and includes the new Sky Club.

For more info, head to delta.com