Delta Air Lines says it has opened the largest lounge in Boston Logan Airport’s history, spanning 21,000 square feet with views of both the runway and Boston Harbor.
Delta Air Lines’ expansion into pre-flight hospitality continues, with its all-new lounge at Boston Logan Airport (BOS).
The airline has announced the opening of one of its most anticipated projects to date: a 21,000 square foot lounge in International Airport Concourse E.
New lounge complements other Sky Clubs in Boston
Although Boston Logan Airport has two different Sky Club lounges, the latter lounge serves as the flagship for international travel from the northeast airport. Delta says the new space “is inspired by the famous harbor itself, incorporating colors and textures that recall Boston’s nautical history.”
With generous views of Boston Harbor and the airport runways, the floor recalls sailboats entering and exiting the area with oak and metal-washed arches. Delta says the color palette, with “navy blue, teal and terracotta accents taken from the iconic brick of the Boston skyline, paired with a gradient sunset over the jewel-toned harbor” .
Travelers passing through the International Lobby Lounge will be offered food and beverages inspired by the season, as well as local dishes. Travelers can expect to see staples like New England clam chowder and Necco wafers on the permanent menu.
In terms of comfort, travelers can enjoy a family room when traveling with children, or take calls in the privacy of one of the six soundproof telephone booths. The living room also has five shower suites, two of which are ADA compliant.
The lounge is open from 1:30 a.m. to 10:45 p.m. from Thursday to Tuesday. The salon closes early on Wednesdays at 10:15 p.m.
New Sky Club Latest from Delta’s expansion
The Boston Sky Club opening is the latest in Delta’s expansion into the passenger experience. In July 2023, the carrier opened a second lounge at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York, a 14,000 square foot facility in Terminal 4.
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