Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport will receive the new Delta Sky Club

Let’s set the scene: your bags are packed, your neck pillow is secured to your suitcase, and you’re on your way to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport exactly two hours before your flight. There’s only one thing left for you to do: experience Delta’s all-new Sky Club lounge.

In other words, once it is operational next April (hello, spring break 2023?). The new 19,000 square foot relaxation seat is being built in the newly expanded Concourse G, one of Delta’s main flight hubs at the airport. The third addition to Delta’s Sky Club lounges at the airport has been in the works since 2020, but was put on hold during the pandemic travel lag. Equipped with a 3,000 square foot year-round outdoor terrace called the Sky Deck, an indoor-outdoor bar, marble restrooms, and space for 450 guests (including 110 on the Sky Deck), the new Sky Club is a cry away from sitting on the banquettes near your departure gate before your flight takes off.

Want to access the new Delta Sky Club? There are several different options. Delta offers an individual membership plan with an annual price of $545, or 12 monthly installments of $50, for single travelers. For people who tend to travel in groups, Delta also offers an executive membership that costs $845 per year, or $75 per month, which includes guest access for two non-Sky Club members. Not a fan of an annual price tag? Enjoy free access as a Delta Reserve credit card holder.

The new design concept and layout matches recent Sky Club openings in Los Angeles (LAX) and New York City-LaGuardia (LGA). While Delta’s current main Sky Club, located between the entrance to Concourses F and G, is regularly crowded and is nearly 7,000 square feet less than the upcoming addition, the new Sky Club will add a high level of convenience and style at the airport.

Delta has kept most details about the new MSP Sky Club under wraps, but the company has hinted at a few key details: The new lounge will likely feature local design inspiration, a more extensive food menu, and newly added phone booth amenities. and (eventually) showers, a real luxury for weary travellers. delta.com

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