We're bringing our new club design concept to San Francisco International Airport - on Sunday, June 8 we're opening a new United Club near our ultra-modern Boarding Area E in Terminal 3.
This club will be the latest to feature our new club design concept, following clubs in Chicago, Seattle, San Diego, Boston and London.
At more than 5,000 square feet, this United Club
will be located on the airport’s mezzanine level. Vintage black-and-white United photos decorate the walls of the club, which offers members bar and café areas, abundant power outlets, and, as with all club locations, complimentary snacks, beverages and Wi-Fi. Members may relax in any of more than 100 seats, from lounge chairs to the signature Arne Jacobsen
“Egg” chair. “This new United Club is a stepping stone toward delivering an end-to-end experience at San Francisco International Airport that makes our customers’ travel enjoyable, relaxing, and productive,”
said Jimmy Samartzis, vice president of customer experience. “San Francisco is important to United Airlines as our gateway to the Pacific and as a key hub in our network. Our continued investments reinforce our commitment to this valuable market.”
The new club will operate in addition to United Club locations at San Francisco’s domestic Terminal 3 Boarding Area F and in the airport’s International Terminal. The location opening Sunday will remain in use until we complete a larger club, scheduled to open near Boarding Area E in 2015. United in San Francisco
As the largest carrier at San Francisco International Airport, we offer nearly 300 daily flights to more than 90 destinations in the U.S. and around the world, more service than any other airline from the Bay Area. We also offer more nonstop trans-Pacific service to and from the United States than any other airline from any other U.S. hub. We currently operates nearly 30 daily nonstop flights from San Francisco to 20 international destinations and will add nonstop service from San Francisco to Chengdu, China this Monday, June 9, and to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport in October, pending government approval.