Introducing Delta Sky Club’s New BOS-E Lounge: A Nautical-aesthetic Retreat at Boston-Logan Airport
Delta Sky Club is setting sail with its latest lounge at Boston-Logan Airport, anchored in the city’s historic maritime heritage.
Overlooking the iconic harbor and modern skyline, the nearly 21,000-square-foot Club can accommodate over 400 guests. It is located on the international E Concourse. Delta also has two Clubs on Concourse A.
The lounge design draws its essence from the city’s famous harbor, with design elements and hues that recall Boston’s maritime past.
From Sea to Sky: The Inspiration Behind Delta’s New Boston Lounge
The Delta Sky Club Lounge’s washed oak decor pays tribute to the seasoned timber of a ship, engulfing patrons in the ambiance of a traditional sailing vessel. The club’s structure mirrors the elegant curve of a sailboat, its extended contour harmonizing with the building’s architecture. Wood and metal arches divide the spacious area into warm, welcoming zones. A soothing color palette incorporating shades of navy, teal, and terracotta reflects the signature brickwork of the Boston skyline against the backdrop of a gradient sunset over the gem-toned harbor.
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The lounge’s standout feature is the premium bar, distinguished by a layered, champagne-toned mesh ceiling overhang and a dramatic illuminated beverage display.
Food and Drink Offerings, with Local Favorites
Boston lounge guests can enjoy the exceptional food and drink offerings Delta Sky Club patrons have come to appreciate. Those who feel peckish will find a seasonally inspired spread of fresh items at the buffet. The BOS-E Club will also serve local favorites like New England clam chowder and Boston’s own Necco candy wafers.
Seating for Families and Quiet Spots When You’d Rather Be Alone
The lounge has various seating options with plenty of room to gather or simply enjoy the views. There are also six soundproof phone booths for patrons who need to work. The Club’s restroom facilities prioritize guest comfort and privacy, featuring a family room and five shower suites, two of which are ADA-compliant. The Club is also LEED-Silver certified, demonstrating a commitment to sustainable design.
“While no two lounges are alike, the layout and Boston-inspired details in this Club make it feel truly one-of-a-kind,” said Claude Roussel, Managing Director – Delta Sky Club. “From the moment our guests enter the lounge, we want them to feel transported — not just by curated design, but by the care and hospitality they experience from our ambassadors.”
Starting Aug. 15, the E Concourse Club will welcome customers from 1:30-10:45 p.m., with the lounge closing at 10:15 p.m. on Wednesdays.
Delta’s Footprint in Boston
As Boston’s leading premium global airline, Delta currently operates over 150 peak-day departures. From Boston, Delta flies to 57 destinations. That includes 10 international locations: Rome, Tel Aviv, Lisbon, Edinburgh, London Heathrow, Amsterdam, Dublin, Paris, Athens, and Cancun.
Moreover, Delta offers direct service to each of Boston’s 20 most frequented domestic markets. It has recently grown its service to popular Western cities, including Denver, Las Vegas, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Delta has also added summer flights to Savannah and Traverse City.
Delta is Boston’s only major US carrier to fully restore capacity (~130% restored), rebounding to 2019 levels*.
*Statistics provided by Cirium, measured by the percentage seat difference compared to 2019.