Delta Opens Expanded Sky Club in Miami

On April 9th, 2024 Delta unveiled an expanded Sky Club in Concourse H of Miami International Airport. The expanded lounge adds almost 4,000 square feet of much needed lounge space bringing the total size of the club to just over 12,000 square feet. This expansion brings more than 100 additional seats and allows for a capacity of approximately 300 guests.

The lounge was designed around the bright colors and Art Deco architecture found throughout the city and has a bright and tropical feel.

Interior of the Expanded Delta Sky Club at Miami International Airport

Claude Roussel, Delta's VP of Sky Clubs and Lounge Experience, had this to say about the expansion. “Miami is an important global transport hub, with increasing prominence in the Delta network. The expansion and renovation of the MIA Club helps us support the growth in this market and elevates the lounge experience to one suited to the profile of this vibrant city.”

The added space includes a new buffet and drink station as well as seating “tailored to the needs of the business traveler” including single seat dining tables and power outlets located at almost every seat. The existing seating from the original lounge space has also been refreshed to match.

Expanded Delta Sky Club Seating at Miami International Airport
Expanded Delta Sky Club Seating at Miami International Airport
Expanded Delta Sky Club Seating at Miami International Airport

The club expansion follows an increased footprint for the airline in the Miami market, thanks in part to the airline's tie up with LATAM. Delta currently operates 34 peak-daily flights from Miami to 12 destinations, all of which are operated by mainline aircraft.

The airline will also add service to Seattle in December of 2024 meaning all 9 Delta hubs (ALT, BOS, DTW, JFK, LAX, LGA, MSP, SEA, and SLC) will be served along with Raleigh, Orlando (Really?), Washington-Reagan, and Havana.

As a frequent Delta flyer, I always enjoy seeing more Sky Clubs opening at outstations and look forward to the chance to visit this one.

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