Check Out the Renovated Delta SkyClub at Raleigh-Durham
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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.
Located in Terminal 2 near Gate C3, the 5,600-square-foot lounge seats more than 140 guests and features a fresh look.
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.
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.