Delta Air Lines has unveiled its flagship Delta Sky Club lounge at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Located in Atlanta Concourse B, the new lounge is the airline’s second-largest Sky Club and includes floor-to-ceiling windows offering a panoramic skyline view.
The ATL B Club boasts a number of thoughtful features. Guests can sample wines from a unique wine wall, relax at The Bar, enjoy food from locally inspired menus, and peruse artworks created by local and emerging artists in The Gallery.
They can also make use of power outlets, Wi-Fi, TVs, magazines and quiet work areas in the lounge, which covers almost 25,000 sq ft and provides seating for more than 500 guests.
Claude Roussel, Managing Director – Delta Sky Club, said: “The ATL B club represents our latest innovation in thoughtfulness around the guest experience. Whether it’s the food, easily accessible power, latest furniture, unique artwork from local galleries, or a dedicated team ready to assist with guests’ needs.”
As part of a wide-reaching lounge investment, a new Delta Sky Club lounge will open in Seattle in October, before the renovated Sky Club in Raleigh-Durham opens in November. The Delta Sky Club at Newark Liberty International Airport is also undergoing a refurbishment.