United Airlines is set to open two brand new United Club lounges in the two airports: San Francisco International and Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International.
United recently revealed to TravelSkills that the two clubs will open in mid-November– with no specific opening date for either yet.
The San Francisco United Club will offer 6,000 square feet of space with 130 seats and panoramic tarmac and runway views from a location adjacent to the new Terminal 3, Boarding Area E space. This will be United’s fourth Club at SFO. Stay tuned for more details as well as a sneak peek at the new space in coming weeks.
In Atlanta, United recently moved all its operations to the convenient Concourse T, which means passengers no longer have to ride the airport train way out to Concourse D where the old club was located.
The new Atlanta United Club will be about 5,000 square feet with seating for just over 100, and big views of the tarmac. You’ll access the Club via an elevator next to gate T12.
United says that the new clubs at ATL and SFO will reflect the look and upgraded amenities found at its most recently renovated ones at Chicago O’Hare, London Heathrow, San Francisco, San Diego, Boston and Seattle.
At SFO’s Terminal 3, United currently operates two United Clubs — a nice, new but temporary and windowless one on the mezzanine level of main part of the terminal, and an older facility out by the gates. There’s another United Club in the international Terminal at SFO.
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