Delta Sky Club Planned for Las Vegas (LAS) Airport

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Delta has opened many new Sky Club locations the past several years including in both Phoenix (PHX), Austin (AUS) and new cubs in New Orleans (MSY) and Salt Lake City both as part of new airports.

When you look at Delta’s network and which cities have the most number of flights, Las Vegas (LAS) is top of the list. Looking at todays departures, Delta has 43 flights out of Las Vegas, making it Delta’s largest station they currently serve without a Sky Club.

Per a Delta insider, Delta will be building a brand new Sky Club in the D gates at Las Vegas (LAS), which will be exciting news for Delta fliers who fly in/out of Las Vegas. They’ll be building a brand new Sky Club here, which will complement the American Express Centurion Lounge in the terminal.

Per our Delta source, they’ll be building a new structure at the airport all together, so if you’re wondering which existing lounge it’s taking over it’s not.

Details are scarce however we know the new Sky Club will be 16,500 square feet and will be at the end of D gates. They’ll be building out onto the existing ramp area where one of the current gates is presently at.

For those who have been to the American Express Centurion Lounge at LAS, this new Sky Club should help with crowding issues that the Centurion lounge constantly faces.

Again, this is still in the early stages, so I’d expect the Las Vegas Sky Club to open sometime in 2023/2024.

Feel free to share your thoughts about Delta building a brand new Sky Club at Las Vegas (LAS). 

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  1. If I recall correctly, Delta had a Crown Room at LAS back in the day, but they closed it because–they said–it was used primarily by leisure travelers, not business travelers, and they weren’t having that! Something has changed?

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