Located beyond the security checkpoint on Concourse A, the new 4,800-square-foot Indianapolis Sky Club is the first and only premium airport lounge for business...

Delta Air Lines has opened its first Delta Sky Club at Indianapolis International Airport, completing the second of four airport lounge openings scheduled this year as part of the airline’s $2 billion investment in improved airport facilities and global products and service.

Located beyond the security checkpoint on Concourse A, the new 4,800-square-foot Indianapolis Sky Club is the first and only premium airport lounge for business travelers in the state of Indiana, according to Delta Air Lines.

Available to Delta Sky Club members and their guests, the club offers complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, snacks, Wi-Fi, wireless charging pads for smartphones, personalized flight assistance, satellite TV and computer workstation access.


“This new Delta Sky Club reflects our commitment to improve the travel experience across our global network with the first airport lounge to serve premium customers in Indianapolis,” says Bob Cortelyou, Delta’s senior vice president – network planning. “From Indiana to India to every point across our network, we are betting big on customer service with the biggest re-investment in airports, products and technology for our customers in more than a decade.”

Delta Air Lines' new, 4,800-square-foot Delta Sky Club at Indianapolis International Airport features sleek furnishings and a host of amenities, as well as free snacks and drinks

The Indianapolis club design features contemporary aerial landscape art, depicting regional Indiana views seen from an aircraft’s window seat. Delta says these elements will be replicated in new clubs scheduled to open later this year in Philadelphia and Seattle, as well as in renovations currently under way at other existing lounges.

Delta Sky Club membership provides access to more than 50 airport Club locations worldwide. More information regarding Delta Sky Clubs is available at www.delta.com/skyclub.

Delta operates more flights from Indianapolis International Airport than any other airline, with more than 40 year-round daily departures to 13 U.S. destinations and seasonal international service to Cancun.  The airline also is one of the longest-serving at Indianapolis, with continuous service dating to the mid-1940s.

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This is the bar at Delta Air Lines' new Delta Sky Club at Indianapolis International Airport. The 4,800-square-foot Indianapolis Sky Club is the first and only premium airport lounge for business travelers in the state of Indiana, according to Delta