Delta Air Lines plans Sky Club for Charlotte

Charlotte Airport is partnering with American Airlines to relocate their flagship Admiral’s Club to a space that’s almost twice as big, creating one of the world’s largest airline lounges. Several years are left before the implementation of this project, and the documents have not yet been signed.

Meanwhile, it appears that Delta is working on adding a living room to Charlotte.

Delta Air Lines confirmed to The Ledger this week that it is looking into opening a lounge in Charlotte: “Delta Sky Club is currently looking into expanding to Charlotte Douglas International Airport,” a Delta spokesperson told us.

This is a step up from what Delta told us last May, namely that it “had no comments or announcements to make at this time.” At the time, Ledger reported that a rendering of the Concourse A expansion released by the airport featured the Delta Sky Club logo.

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American is the dominant carrier in Charlotte, with a huge number of non-stop flights supported by low-cost connecting operations. However, the terminal is overcrowded, as are the lounges. Delta offers more boutique operations there, and with a new club in their new style (upscale and gorgeous), it could take away some of the premium business if American doesn’t improve the customer experience.

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It is critical for the Dallas-based carrier to move ahead with its own improvements, even as it seeks to avoid capex due to its high leverage.

Delta Sky Club in Charlotte is perfect for Delta Passengers but could also benefit US passengers as well as competitive pressures and add to the Centurion Lounge, The Club and two Minute Suites at the airport.

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