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Delta unveiled a renovated SkyClub yesterday at Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU), continuing the airline’s overhaul and expansion of many of its lounges across the country. The new space includes a large area for refreshments, more access to charging stations and nearly double the seating capacity.

Delta’s new SkyClub at Raleigh-Durham. Image courtesy of Delta.

Located in Terminal 2 near Gate C3, the 5,600-square-foot lounge seats more than 140 guests and features a fresh look.

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Inside Delta’s new SkyClub at Raleigh-Durham. Image courtesy of Delta.

Delta has upped the speed of the Wi-Fi and expanded the business center. The airline also added some regional flair with artwork created by North Carolina-based artist Jeff Cohen and local drink options provided by the Carolina Brewing Company. The wine list was curated by Delta’s Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson.

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Beer from the Carolina Brewing Company. Image courtesy of Delta.

Delta plans on expanding its Newark lounge in early 2017 and adding spa services to the SkyClubs at JFK’s Terminal 4 and Atlanta’s Concourse E.

As a reminder, travelers flying Delta One on international flights or those who hold either the Delta Reserve® Credit Card from American Express or the Platinum Card® from American Express will be admitted with a same-day boarding pass. Delta Diamond Medallion members also have access to all Delta SkyClubs.

Featured Image Courtesy of Delta.

 

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