Seattle Sky Club (South Satellite)



Sea-Tac’s South Satellite is primarily used for international flights. It takes approximately 10 minutes to get to the Club from the Concourses A and B, and from the security checkpoint. The Sky Club is located on the second floor, between Gate S9 and S10. It offers excellent views of the South Ramp.


There is a mix of open seating and private booths. The Club offers a quiet break from the busy main terminal. Power outlets are plentifully located around the Club.


The Club features a fully staffed bar with complimentary beer, wine, and spirits. Premium drinks are available for purchase using credit card or SkyMiles. Hot food is available throughout most of the day. Veggies, crackers, cheeses, and dips are available all the time.

Complimentary WiFi is accessible with a rotating password posted throughout the club. Showers are available upon request.


The Sky Club staff is among the best in the Delta system. If you need to change flights or run into any travel issues, I suggest going to the Sky Club rather than a service desk in the terminal (you must have Sky Club access).


This Club is much smaller than the massive Concourse A Club. It is adequate if you have a short layover and are only utilizing the South Satellite. The food options here aren’t as robust and the last couple time’s I’ve been there they’ve only had paper plates and plastic utensils.

Bottom line: if you have a longer layover, take the time to go to the other Club, you won’t be disappointed.


Austin Sky Club

Austin Sky Club

Seattle Sky Club (Concourse A)