Enjoy Outdoors With Delta’s Sky Club Terrace – ATL And JFK Get Them First


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Ever wish you could step outside on a sunny day during a layover at an airport? If you have, someone at Delta heard you and has come up with a new concept that will have you sipping a martini, plane spotting or just enjoying a sunny day outside. Delta just announced their new Sky Club Terrace concept and it will roll out to Atlanta and New York in the future. Delta is partnering with Architectural Digest and renowned designer Thom Filicia to create the first ever outdoor airport terrace.

Sky Club Terrace Concept

The Sky Club Terrace concept will roll out in New York’s JFK airports and Atlanta. New York’s JFK T 4 terminal will be the first one to open when the new T 4 terminal opens in May. The terrace in Atlanta will open near the current Sky Club in the International F terminal this summer.

Delta Sky Club Terrace

Courtesy of DeltaNewsRoom on Twitter

It is great to see Delta continuing to innovate and make investments in Sky Clubs. What better way to spend a layover on a sunny day.

Hat tip to Rene over at the Delta Points Blog.

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Comments

  1. This looks like a fun place to chill out and wait for your next flight. I only hope there aren’t a lot of jet fuel fumes that would ruin the experience.

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