I had an early morning flight to Atlanta and I knew that there were no Delta Skyclubs in CLE since it’s such a small airport. Right as I went through the security checkpoint, I saw a sign that said Airspace Lounge. I immediately knew that I could gain access since the American Express Platinum Card provides complimentary access to these independently owned Airspace lounges.
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You really can’t miss the huge Airspace logo when walking to your Delta gate.
Right as you enter the lounge, you are greeted by the electronic departures board to the left of the check-in counter. The front desk agent provided me with a brief rundown on how the lounge works.
Basically every entry includes $7 worth of food and beverage credit. Now, $7 is not a whole lot but the good thing is that you can choose the food to go and nothing on the food menu costs more than $7.
The Airspace lounge is practically brand new and was recently opened in Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
The concept is very modern with a full bar and plenty of seating.
There is even a small snack bar with water, coffee, and tea.
There is a conference table equipped with eight chairs and a TV.
In addition, there is an open air room with a smaller semi-private conference table.