Delta Air Lines: Transformed Delta Sky Club Brings Sleek Glamor to Music City


After construction began in 2020, Delta Sky Club today celebrates the completion of the lounge renovation at Nashville International Airport (BNA). The redesigned space adds over 10,000 square feet and nearly 200 seats to the original Club.

Delta today unveiled a stunning renovation of the Delta Sky Club at Nashville International Airport (BNA), putting the finishing touches on an upgrade that reflects the city’s growing importance as a tourist and conference destination. , and which will reinforce Delta’s reputation as Nashville’s premium airline.

At four times its original size and with an expanded view of the airfield, the first space is the latest in a series of investments planned for the Delta Sky Club this year – last week the network’s largest lounge was opened in New York’s new Terminal C – LaGuardia Airport. Across the network, Delta is building more state-of-the-art clubs and expanding existing clubs to provide a superior experience for customers who want to relax and rejuvenate while traveling.


New and bigger clubs, unique food and beverage programming, exclusive access for Delta One customers – here’s what Delta Sky Club customers can expect to see on future visits.

Guests visiting the transformed 13,500-square-foot club will enjoy 18-foot-high ceilings, private phone booths, sleek finishes and new furnishings that can accommodate up to 275 guests – an improvement of nearly 200 seats on the club capacity. A spacious new kitchen will allow lounge teams to enhance the Club’s catering service, serving chef-inspired seasonal dishes prepared from scratch.

The reimagined club includes creative design touches that pay homage to Nashville’s status as a music mecca. A pick-shaped chandelier, designed specifically for this club, makes it a one-of-a-kind fixture. The wooden slats that adorn the ceiling and walls mimic guitar strings in another subtle tribute to the city’s musical reputation. LEGO® portraits of country music legends like Dolly Parton and Johnny Cash offer a whimsical look at the artists who made a name for themselves in Nashville.

“Every aspect of this club has been carefully curated and designed, from artwork to seating options,” said Claude Roussel, general manager of Delta Sky Club. “We are excited to provide guests traveling through Nashville with the spacious, upscale Club experience they deserve.”

Other improvements to the Club include:

  • Three self-serve kiosk stations for easy entry.

  • Two gender-specific toilets and one toilet for all genders.

  • Exterior glass that self-tints to reduce heat gain and glare.

  • An upgraded beverage station featuring an espresso machine, thermal waters, teas and sodas, plus an additional remote beverage station.

  • A new upscale bar offering a wide range of regional whiskies, bourbons and ryes.

  • A temperature controlled wine display.

Delta operates up to 36 flights per day to Delta’s nine U.S. hubs from Nashville.


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