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Delta Air Lines Opens Newly Expanded Delta Sky Club at Miami International Airport

Delta opened their newly expanded Delta Sky Club at Miami International Airport on April 9, 2024.  The expansion adds nearly 4,000 square feet and 100+ seats to the Club, which is now over 12,000 square feet.


Delta Reopens Newly Expanded Delta Sky Club at Miami International Airport - Courtesy Delta Air Lines

On Thursday (April 11, 2024), Delta Air Lines announced the opening of their newly expanded Delta Sky Club at Miami International Airport (MIA), which officially reopened on Tuesday, April 9th.  The renovated Club includes nearly 4,000 square feet of new space and over 100 more seats, expanding the lounge to just over 12,000 square feet, enough to accommodate around 300 guests.  Taking inspiration from Miami’s bright colors and sunny beaches, the design pays homage to Miami’s classic Art Deco architecture, and features a color palette of turquoise and blue with white and gold accents.


In Thursday’s announcement, Delta’s VP – Sky Clubs and Lounge Experience, Claude Roussel, said,


“Miami is an important global transport hub, with increasing prominence in the Delta network.  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 Sky Club Miami now features a new service buffet and additional beverage station to support the higher guest capacity.  The seating expansion has been geared toward business travelers, with single-seat dining tables, a communal table with charging capability, and power outlets at nearly every seat.  Existing seating throughout the Club has also been refurbished to match the elevated design of the new space.  Lounge visitors can also enjoy a view of the H Concourse below from the expansion space. In addition to the MIA expansion, two new Delta Sky Clubs are coming to Charlotte and Seattle this year, as well as three highly-anticipated Delta One Lounges in JFK, LAX and BOS.


Delta's Newly Expanded Club at Miami International Airport - Courtesy Delta Air Lines


For summer 2024, Delta will operate 34 peak-day flights from Miami to 12 destinations, including international service to Havana.  All flights will be operated by Delta mainline aircraft configured with premium cabin classes.  With the addition of Miami-Seattle service this December, Delta will serve all nine of their domestic U.S. hubs from Miami, including ATL, BOS, LGA, JFK, MSP, DTW, LAX, SLC and SEA, as well as Raleigh, Orlando and Washington D.C.  Florida is home to over 7,500 Delta employees, with state-based team members sharing $31.5 million in profit sharing payouts this year.


 

Source: Delta Air Lines

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