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Last week, Delta unveiled some changes to its SkyClub policies which apply no matter how you have access (i.e. American Express Platinum Card, Delta Reserve card, SkyClub membership, etc) – with the exception of invite-only Delta 360 members and Centurion card holders.

The changes were:

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  • Flyers that access Delta SkyClub lounges will only be permitted to enter 3 hours or less prior to the flight except on connecting itineraries.
  • Passengers are no longer be able to use the SKyClub on arrival

In a rare move, Delta has backtracked on one of these changes as noted by Thrifty Traveler this morning.

The reversal applies to the use of the SkyClubs on arrival which will now be allowed again.

Plenty of high paying business customers may want to use the lounge on landing before heading to meetings, and I guess enough made noise to get upper management’s attention.

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