Cue the velvet ropes and flashbulbs: today (November 28th, 2016) United Airlines unveiled its newest United Club, the jewel in the airline’s $573 million project to refresh nearly all of its customer-facing spaces in Terminal 7 and Concourse 8 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
Chic, Contemporary United Club at LAX. People sitting chairs with planes outside glass windows.
At more than 20,000 square feet, the LAX United Club is one of the airline’s largest and most stylish. The location features a gourmet kitchen and bar offering expanded food and beverage options, seating areas conducive to working and lounging and spectacular views of the airport, the Hollywood Hills and the Los Angles skyline. The design also takes advantage of the city’s gorgeous year-round weather, with a spacious and scenic outdoor terrace where customers can relax with a cocktail or a meal alfresco.
“When you think of Los Angeles, you think of glamour and sophistication, and this new United Club certainly reflects that,” said Julia Haywood, the airline’s executive vice president and chief commercial officer. “LAX is a key piece of our global route network, and we’re incredibly proud that it will house one of our finest United Clubs. Aesthetically, it’s unlike any other, with panoramic views of the city and an outdoor terrace. These unique amenities – along with fresh food, wine menus, craft cocktails and, most importantly, exceptional service and hospitality for our customers – will elevate the entire experience to something that will truly impress and delight visitors.”
United’s terminal redevelopment initiative at LAX promises to deliver a superior and reimagined experience to the travelers at LAX, one of the airline’s premier West Coast hubs and a key domestic and international gateway. Over the past several months, United has opened a new economy lobby, new baggage claim areas and, in cooperation with the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA), installed a new security checkpoint complete with five state-of-the-art automated screening lanes to modernize the airport security experience for the airline’s customers.
Source: United Airlines.