Austin-Bergstrom International Airport just celebrated the launch of the new Delta Sky Club. The new 9,000 square foot lounge is located on the mezzanine level of the Barbara Jordan Terminal, within the airport's newly expanded concourse. The lounge features a covered patio area called the Sky Deck, a very popular place for guests to sit and watch some runway action all year round.

The lounge features a large full-service bar that is beautifully designed. In addition to being the focal point of the interior of the lounge, the bar offers seasonal cocktails, carefully curated wines, an assortment of hard liquors, including tequila of course, and many different beers.

In particular, the lounge offers beer selections from some of the local beer breweries such as Thirsty Planet Brewing Company, Hi Sign Brewing Company and more. The food selection are regionally inspired and will be based on season, such BBQ and handcrafted tacos.

The newly opened Delta Sky Club features comfotable seating areas with access to charging ports and free high-speed Wi-Fi. The interior is decorated with artwork from local artists. Overall, the lounge has a Texas flair that is both elegant and practical.

The new Delta Sky Club requires membership to enter. Guests can purchase monthly or yearly memberships. Membership programs are available for group or solo flyers and can be purchased with accumulated miles or cash.

In other news, the carrier will open a new Delta Sky Club at Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans later this year, Salt Lake International Airport in 2020 and Los Angeles International Airport in 2021. The airline is currently upgrading the Terminal 4 Delta Sky Club at New York's JFK International Airport. The refurbished lounge is set to debut later this year.

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