MIAMI — Delta Air Lines opened its second-largest Sky Club at the world’s busiest airport. The new 500-seat 30,000-square-foot facility is located at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International airport near the center of Concourse B, the busiest in the carrier’s system.
The new lounge is suspended over the tarmac by 455 tons of steel trusses, beams and cantilevers, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of the runway and the Atlanta skyline.
“The Atlanta B club represents our latest innovation in thoughtfulness around the guest experience,” said Claude Roussel, Managing Director – Delta Sky Club. “Whether it’s the food, easily accessible power, latest furniture, unique artwork from local galleries, or a dedicated team ready to assist with guest’s needs.”
The lounge will feature locally sourced food, craft beer from Georgia breweries and artwork from Atlanta galleries.
The new Sky Club comes as the Atlanta airport embarked on a $6 billion expansion announced last March, which includes improvements for the Domestic Terminal’s atrium and exterior, a sixth runway, new cargo structures, a new $500 million, 400-room hotel with a travel plaza and a new Concourse G.
Delta’s largest Sky Club in the world is located at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.