Delta has reopened its lounge at Nashville International airport, following renovation and expansion works which began in 2020.
The new Sky Club is quadruple the size of the previous lounge, with seating for 275 guests and expanded views of the airfield.
Facilities include three self-service entry kiosks, private phone booths, an upgraded beverage station with espresso machine, and a new premium bar offering a range of regional whiskies, bourbons and ryes.
Decor was inspired by Nashville’s music heritage, with a chandelier shaped like a guitar pick, wooden slats on the ceilings and walls mimicking guitar strings, and Lego portraits of country music stars including Dolly Parton and Johnny Cash.
Delta operates up to 36 daily flights from Nashville to nine US hubs.
Commenting on the opening Claude Roussel, managing director – Delta Sky Club, said:
“Every aspect of this Club was thoughtfully curated and designed, from the artwork to the seating options. We are thrilled to offer customers travelling through Nashville the spacious, premium Club experience they deserve.”
This month Delta also opened its largest Sky Club at New York LaGuardia, as part of the airport’s new Terminal C.
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The carrier also recently unveiled plans to open two new Delta One Club lounges exclusively for its business class customers, at New York JFK and Los Angeles International airports.