Delta this week cut the ribbon on its renovated Sky Club lounge at Raleigh-Durham International Airport, providing more capacity and new tech and food & beverage enhancements.
The airline said the expanded seating in the 5,600-square-foot lounge can now accommodate 140 passengers, using contemporary furnishings from the British manufacturer Boss Design. Guests will now find power plugs and charging stations near every seat, and the Club’s Wi-Fi has been improved with higher speeds.
American Express Platinum and Reserve cardholders get comped access to Delta Sky Clubs. Individual annual membership fees run around $450 depending on your Medallion tier. And single visit passes are available for $59.
The RDU Sky Club — located post-security on Terminal 2’s second level, across from Gate C3 – also features a larger business center, and the free beverages at the lounge’s bar now include local craft beers from Carolina Brewing Company, along with wines, seasonal cocktails and Starbucks coffee and espresso.
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The RDU Sky Club overhaul is just the latest in a series of projects for the airline’s lounges. Early next year, Delta said it expects to unveil an expansion of its Club at Newark Liberty International, with a redesigned bar and additional food options. At New York JFK’s Terminal 4 and Atlanta’s Concourse E, Delta plans to add spa services including seated chair massages with meditation audio/videos and a new line of spa and wellness products.
Here are some more views of the RDU Sky Club, courtesy of Delta:
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