Delta recently announced a massive scaling back of operations — including the temporary closures of many Sky Club airport lounges.
If you’re still traveling — or just curious — we compiled a list based on available information on which Delta Sky Clubs are still open for business as well as those currently dark.
Delta announced some fairly dark news today — including flight cuts, pay reductions, revenue projections, and Sky Club closures.
We’ve been hearing about a new Delta Sky Club being planned in Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport’s (MSP) G concourse. A newspaper article today provides some interesting, updated information!
Delta Air Lines Stirs up Controversy by Removing Lotion in some Sky Clubs (I love it btw)!
Review: New Orleans MSY Delta Air Lines Sky Club 2020 – Louis Armstrong International Airport
Eleven eastern United States Delta Sky Clubs are offering half-priced premium drinks through Friday.
Delta Air Lines announced today an approximate idea of when its new Tokyo Haneda Sky Club airport lounge will open.
Delta’s “refresh” of their co-branded American Express cards kicked in early today. One of the major changes involves Sky Club access.
Some Delta Amexes received guest passes. Several saw hikes in entrance fees for cardholders and guests. Two cards completely lost lounge access.
So which American Express cards provide entry (complimentary or otherwise) to Delta Sky Club airport lounges?
Let’s break it down.
We knew this day would arrive. My toddler daughter was charged Delta Sky Club admission.
We established last month that premium beverage purchases at Delta Sky Clubs don’t count towards either the personal nor business American Express Platinum cards’ annual airline incidental credit. (Or Amex Gold Card‘s, for that matter.)
But if you’re in a Delta Sky Club and don’t feel like the well/complimentary alcohol? Maybe you want to buy the good stuff. Which credit cards award you bonus points for those transactions?
Normally, I stick to wine at Delta Sky Clubs (the red blend). I love bourbon — but don’t particularly enjoy Jack Daniel’s (the Delta Sky Club’s house bourbon) neat or on the rocks.
So I took it upon myself to conduct an experiment.
I visited a couple of “The Bars” at Delta Sky Club and purchased premium bourbons. You know, for science’s sake. 😉
I tried three different credit cards:
Here’s what I found.
Holiday music is playing, mileage runs are happening, people are scrambling to use Amex airline incidental credit and much more. That means less than two months left in the year!
Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, let’s check out this past week’s happenings!
Updated: January 30, 2020: Please this, updated post about which American Express cards provide Delta Sky Club access.
Some Delta American Express cardholders may currently access Sky Clubs. But the recent card refreshes made a number of changes as to which cards will be eligible (hint: fewer than before) and if there’s a cost for admission (for some cards, yes.)
Let’s examine this great perk for Delta travelers!
Great news for Delta passengers heading to Tokyo next summer (and beyond): a new Sky Club is opening at Haneda Airport!
Will Delta Change Sky Clubs to Match 3 Hours Before Flight Like Centurion and “The Club” Lounges? What Else may Change Before Year end?
It’s the return of SWAG Saturday (and my first as a “host”)!
The winner will receive a package consisting of the following three items: