Updated: Jan 11
Delta Air Lines announced Tuesday that their new Delta Sky Club lounge would reopen on November 6th at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY). The new lounge pays homage to the city’s colorful art, jazz and culinary culture.
The ‘Big Easy’ gets a new Delta Sky Club lounge on Wednesday, as Delta opens the doors to their Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) club. The lounge is located at the entrance to Concourse C in the airport’s new $1.3B, 972K square foot terminal. The design pays homage to New Orleans with modern finishes and splashes of bright colors. The club features local and regionally inspired artwork, providing guests a comfortable place to relax, rest and recharge. In today’s announcement, Delta’s Sky Club Managing Director, Claude Roussel said,
“This new Delta Sky Club creates an ideal space for guests to recharge. The unmatched Club experience will wow our guests traveling through New Orleans.
The New Orleans Delta Sky Club will feature regionally inspired favorites such as oysters, gumbo and muffuletta sandwiches and a full-service bar. Featured libations will include seasonal cocktails, specialty beers, and wine selected by Delta’s Master Sommelier, Andrea Robinson. Additionally, the lounge has comfortable seating throughout, hi-speed Wi-Fi and numerous power outlets for device charging. Delta Air Lines has 25 peak-day nonstop departures from MSY to eight U.S. hubs, including three daily flights to New York City (JFK/LGA), two daily flights to Los Angeles (LAX) and daily service to Raleigh Durham.
Source: Delta Air Lines