As part of an ongoing systemwide overhaul of United Airlines’ airport facilities, company executives hosted Los Angeles city officials this week to outline their plans for a $573 million renovation of the carrier’s public spaces at Los Angeles International Airport.
The two-year project will take in everything from a new ticketing lobby with new self-tagging baggage kiosks to an enhanced security screening area to redesigned gate areas to a new and expanded United Club on top of Terminal 7.
“United’s new-look terminals and gate areas will feature a modern design with relaxed and inviting spaces, including a variety of comfortable seating options and abundant charging stations for customers’ electronic devices,” a spokesman said.
United offered some renderings of what the finished product will look like.
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