Delta Sky Club® Update

Many Delta Sky Clubs Temporarily Closing

We are temporarily consolidating Club operations, discontinuing shower service, and scaling back our food and beverage offerings. Many of our partner and third-party lounges are experiencing these operational changes as well. To protect the health and safety of our Delta Sky Club employees and guests, effective as of May 4, 2020, all individuals entering the Club will be required to wear a face mask, or appropriate face covering, over their nose and mouth1, Go to footer note. We apologize for any inconvenience to our guests. 

Additionally, all Delta Sky Club Memberships with an expiration date of March 1, 2020 or later will receive an additional six months of complimentary membership. This includes paid and complimentary memberships as well as those selected by Diamond Medallion Members through Choice Benefits. The six-month extension will go into effect immediately after the Members current membership expires. Members will be able to find their new expiration date in the My Wallet section of their SkyMiles account on delta.com. 

Delta Sky Club Guest Passes, selected through Choice Benefits, will also be extended six months beyond the expiration date. 

Check out the latest updates and frequently asked questions about our response to coronavirus. 

Delta Sky Clubs that will remain open include:

  • Atlanta (ATL – A17)
  • Atlanta (ATL – D27)
  • Atlanta (ATL – F)
  • Boston (BOS – A7)
  • Detroit (DTW – A38)
  • La Guardia (LGA – C)
  • Los Angeles (LAX – T2)
  • Minneapolis – St. Paul (MSP – F/G)
  • New York (JFK – T4)
  • Seattle (SEA – A)
  • Salt Lake City (SLC)
  • Washington D.C. (DCA- B15)

People unable to keep a face covering in place, including children, are exempt, along with those who have trouble wearing a mask due to an underlying medical condition. Customers are encouraged to communicate their exception with a Delta representative when asked to wear a face covering.