A had a surprise visit to the Dallas Delta SkyClub this week and was pleasantly surprised myself. The lounge was wide open, convenient to my gate, and a nice oasis for the few hours I waited for my flight.
It seems the addition of Blue Moon beer and orange garnishes wasn’t enough for Delta SkyClubs. They’ve expanded with an actual snack this time (instead of a garnish) by adding Biscoff Ginger Snaps. Mrs Weekly Flyer knows how much I love Biscoff cookies and earning miles, so these Ginger Snaps are right up my alley.
Get these Ginger Snaps while they are
hot here, they’ll only be around for the next 3 months. And while we are on the topic of snacks, are those vanilla bean scones (pictured in white cup) tasty or what?
The SkyClub at DFW was easy to find. Just head towards the Wedding Chapel and the Delta gates to find the Delta SkyClub.
The entrance is tucked off to the right and marked by the typical Delta SkyClub sign.
Once inside, the check-in desk is to the left. A quiet zone is to the right just beyond the businesses desks.
The bar is a bit lacking but functional. Unlike the luxury bar at the JFK SkyClub, this one is lacking the hype on the luxury bar concept.
The lounge is quit nice and they don’t distract attendants with unneeded noise, like an alarm that smokes when it sounds.
<sarcasm on> They ensure that when alarms go off, they will at least not be smoking. This is greatly appreciated <sarcasm off>
The quiet zone was just that, quiet. I was the only person in this section for about 2 hours one morning.
The Delta SkyClub in Dallas is a good oasis from the routine at Dallas Fort-Worth international airport, but by no means is it the best lounge in the Delta network.