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Delta Unveils Newly Renovated Sky Club Lounge in Miami

Delta has increased the capacity of the lounge by over 50 percent at its MIA lounge

by Fergus Cole

April 15, 2024

Photo: Courtesy of Delta

Delta Air Lines opened its newly renovated Sky Club lounge at Miami International Airport (MIA) last week, with the greatly expanded space now ready to accommodate up to 300 guests at a time.

The Delta Sky Club at MIA’s South Terminal, situated between the H and J Concourse, spans over 12,000 square feet and can accommodate around 300 travelers, an increase of more than 50 percent compared to the previous space. The expansion has added an extra 4,000 square feet and over 100 seats to the lounge.

The design of the new lounge is inspired by Miami itself, with bright colors and features evoking the city’s sunny beaches throughout. The color palette of light blues, white, and gold evokes Miami’s clear waters, sunny skies, and glitzy decor, while the city’s famous Art Deco architecture is reflected in a stunning wall mosaic.

Photo: Courtesy of Delta

The Sky Club has expanded its capacity to accommodate an additional 100 guests. The lounge now features a new service buffet and an extra beverage station to cater to the increased number of people. The lounge seating has been refurbished and is designed with the business traveler in mind. Almost every seat has power outlets and plenty of single-seat dining tables. A communal table with a charging point in the middle has also been added.

The new Sky Club is located on MIA’s H Concourse, where Delta’s departure gates are situated. This strategic location ensures a smooth and seamless travel experience for our valued guests, who can now enjoy the convenience of the upgraded Sky Club.

Photo: Courtesy of Delta

“Miami is an important global transport hub, with increasing prominence in the Delta network,” said Claude Roussel, Vice President of Sky Clubs and Lounge Experience at Delta. “The expansion and renovation of the MIA Club helps us support the growth in this market and elevates the lounge experience to one suited to the profile of this vibrant city.”

Delta has a strong presence at Miami International, and this summer it will operate up to 34 daily flights from MIA to 12 destinations. This includes eight of Delta’s nine domestic hubs—Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Detroit (DTW), Los Angeles (LAX), Minneapolis-Saint Paul (MSP), New York (both LGA and JFK), and Salt Lake City (SLC)—as well as Orlando (MCO), Raleigh-Durham (RDU), Washington, D.C. (IAD), and international service to Havana, Cuba (HAV). Delta is also adding a daily service to Seattle-Tacoma (SEA) in December.

Photo: Courtesy of Delta

The new Delta Sky Club at Miami is the first of a series of new lounge openings Delta has planned for this year.

Another two Delta Sky Clubs are scheduled to open at Charlotte (CLT) and Seattle-Tacoma towards the end of 2024, while three new Delta One Lounges are set to open – one in New York JFK in June and one in both LA and Boston in Q4.