Delta opened new terminals at its New York-LGA and Los Angeles hubs in 2022 and opened six new or upgraded Delta Sky Clubs worldwide as part of its $12 billion-plus investment in airports.
This year, the airline plans to upgrade and expand at both of Delta’s New York City hubs. The changes are part of the company’s $7 billion infrastructure investment in New York airports.
“As Delta continues to bolster its leading position as the premium global carrier in New York City, we remain committed to building airports of the future that are comfortable, easy to navigate, and part of an effortlessly connected journey,” Chuck Imhof, Delta New York & Eastern Division Sales vice president, said.
In late 2021, Delta broke ground on a $1.5 billion expansion project at New York-JFK.
Delta moved its operations out of Terminal 2 and consolidated operations to Terminal 4 on Jan. 14. Ten new gates are open on Concourse A, and the Concourse B expansion is expected to be complete by early autumn. A nearly 14,000-square-foot Delta Sky Club Express will open this summer, with planned seating for over 200 guests.
At LaGuardia Airport, Delta is prepared to open its new Terminal C as part of a $4 billion investment in the airport.