Delta Airlines has opened a Delta Sky Club lounge at the new terminal of Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport in the US.

The lounge is situated at the entrance of Concourse C. Its design was inspired by the culture of New Orleans and depicts the city’s art, jazz and cuisine.

The design of the lounge features modern finishes with bold colours. It is decorated with artwork sourced from local artists.

The lounge offers food made of fresh, regional produce, including oysters, gumbo and muffuletta sandwiches. It also features a full-service bar.

Every seat is equipped with comfortable seating, high-speed Wi-Fi and power outlets.

Delta Sky Club MD Claude Roussel said: “This new Delta Sky Club creates an ideal space for guests to recharge. The unmatched Club experience will wow our guests travelling through New Orleans.”

The club is located at the new $1.3bn terminal at New Orleans International Airport. The 972,000ft2 terminal features three concourses, 35 gates and a parking area.

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Delta also revealed plans to open a new club spanning 28,000ft2 at Salt Lake International Airport next year, as well as plans to open a club at Los Angeles International Airport in 2022.

Delta already has lounges at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Last week, Delta Airlines opened its new Terminal C facility at LaGuardia Airport in New York.