Delta’s Sky Club Salt Lake City (SLC) Now Open

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One of the highlights of the New Salt Lake City International Airport Officially Opens, is the opening of Delta’s largest Sky Club to date! Delta’s newest club boasts over 28,000 square feet of lounge space including an covered outdoor Sky Deck.

The club is located on Concourse A, Level 2 east of the new Airport Plaza, and its current hours are daily from 5:00am to 9:00pm.

Per Delta,

Boasting more than 28,000 square feet of luxurious lounge space and thoughtfully designed details, the new Club spotlights the area’s glorious mountainous landscape and offers guests a relaxing retreat during their travels.  

Located on the ground level of the new terminal and nearby Delta gates, customers can look forward to experiencing myriad amenities in the Club: 

  • 360-degree fireplace  
  • Covered Sky Deck overlooking the Wasatch Range that can be enjoyed year-round  
  • Artwork collection inspired by the mountain west and hand-picked by Delta Sky Club’s art curator featuring several local artists   
  • Two convenient food stations, two full-service bars, and five coffee and beverage stations 
  • Warm and inviting seating areas, high-speed Wi-Fi, and power outlets at nearly every seat 

How to Get Access: 

Access is reserved for Delta Sky Club members, Delta Reserve cardholders, American Express Platinum, American Express Business Platinum cardmembers, SkyTeam Elite Plus members traveling on any SkyTeam international flight, as well as passengers confirmed in the Delta One cabin on international and domestic flights.

Furthermore, Delta Platinum American Express cardholders can access the lounge for $39 per visit. Single visit passes have been discontinued a few years ago. You can view more details on how you can access the Sky Club.

You’ll find several ways Delta has made temporary adjustments in the club due to the pandemic including reducing seating to encourage more space for everyone. Throughout the entire travel journey with Delta including in the Sky Club, face masks are required. They’ve added social distance markets and signage throughout the club. Seating has been reduced to about half of it’s normal capacity down to 340.

Do you plan on stopping by the brand new Delta Sky Club in Salt Lake City? Feel free to share your add your comments below!

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