United Airlines opened a new United Airlines Club Lounge on Concourse T between Gates 11 and 12 at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta. The club seats 100 people, has a modern design, and offers travelers a panoramic view with free healthy food choices: muffins, fruit, yogurt, and hummus, trail mix, and soups. Free beverages, are for the taking in the lounge.

 

United Airlines Club Lounge

United Airlines Club Lounge, Photo courtesy of United Airlines

Over the next few years, United plans to invest over $100 million in club lounges. A United Airlines Club Lounge is planned to open on November 18th in San Francisco. At over 6,000 square feet, it’s larger than Atlanta’s lounge, which is over 5,000 square feet. The San Francisco lounge can seat 130 people and has a view of the airport’s operations, according to United Airlines.

Complimentary food options in the San Francisco Lounge provide travelers with fresh vegetables, zucchini, cherry tomatoes, spinach salad, and squash soup. Meat-lovers can taste various meats and cheeses.

Club members can find the San Francisco United Airlines Club Lounge in the San Francisco International Airport’s Terminal 3 East Concourse. The existing United Airline Club Lounges will continue to operate in Terminal 3, Concourse F and in International Terminal G.

Keeping their busy, technologically connected travelers in mind, United Airlines has arranged for the new lounges to have comfortable sitting areas, workstations, and plenty of outlets for plugging in and recharging. Free Wi-Fi is available.

Other lounges are planned for airports in its entire network. Renovations in Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale, New York/Newark, Guam, and Dallas-Fort Worth airports will be underway in 2016.

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