Delta Air Lines has opened its new Sky Club lounge at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) with breathtaking views of the Boston Harbor and skyline.
The newest Sky Club lounge is on the international E-Concourse and operates alongside Delta’s two other lounges on Concourse A. The airline now has the capacity to accommodate over 1,000 Sky Club guests at any given time at Boston Logan.
Its design is influenced by the city’s maritime roots, with the club’s sleek, curved exterior reminiscent of a sailboat. Wooden arches and imposing pillars are skillfully used to break the generous space into intimate, welcoming areas.
Large windows line the sides offering tantalizing views of the Boston skyline, including its illustrious harbor—an awe-inspiring sight at sunset. The color scheme is also a nod to Boston’s nautical history, as soothing shades of navy and teal are enriched by pops of coral seating throughout the space.
The heart of the new Sky Club is its premium bar, complete with a champagne-topped mesh ceiling overhang. Its backlit beverage display casts an ochre, honeyed glow over a state-of-the-art bar. Here, patrons are invited to sit, savor their drinks, and indulge in the Sky Club’s signature cuisine.
Food and beverage options carry the signature quality that Delta customers have become accustomed to. In addition to the array of seasonally inspired, fresh offerings at the buffet, the lounge will serve local favorites like New England clam chowder and the nostalgic Necco candy wafers.
“While no two lounges are alike, the layout and Boston-inspired details in this Club make it feel truly one-of-a-kind,” said Claude Roussel, Managing Director at Delta Sky Club. “From the moment our guests enter the lounge, we want them to feel transported — not just by curated design, but by the care and hospitality they experience from our ambassadors.”
Speaking with Time Out, Roussel spoke of Delta’s rich tradition of supporting local artists in their Sky Club. “The art has always been a big part of our lounges. We invite local artists to be featured in our lounges, we started this a while back, and it is so fun because we get to see the response that the artists get from everyone who travels through. We have an incredible art curator who does an amazing job for us in all our lounges.”
The BOS-E Club was designed with sustainability at its core, achieving a LEED-silver certification. However, Delta shows that sustainability need not come at the expense of luxury; its sleek range of seating options is testament to that ideal, with cozy corners for socializing and soundproof phone booths for business calls showcasing the multi-functional nature of the lounge.
Restroom amenities are optimized to provide guests with a first-rate experience. They include a family room and five shower suites, two of which are ADA-compliant. Washrooms are tastefully designed, focusing on guest comfort and privacy.
Delta is Boston’s flagship global airline, currently offering over 150 peak day flights to 57 destinations, including ten on its international network – Cancun, Edinburgh, Lisbon, Tel Aviv, Paris, Amsterdam, London Heathrow, Athens, Dublin, and Rome.
For those seeking domestic travel from Boston, Delta connects Boston to hotspots nationwide, including Las Vegas, Denver, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
If you are flying out of Boston in the coming days and weeks, check out one of Delta’s Sky Clubs for the premium travel experience. The BOS-E club is now open and servicing international travelers in Terminal E, while domestic flyers can access the two clubs on Concourse A.
From August 15, the BOS-E Club will welcome guests between 1:30 PM and 10:45 PM. (Please note that the lounge will close at 10:15 PM on Wednesdays.)