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How much would you be willing to pay for access to a Private Terminal when you fly United? United is improving their Polaris product with “Polaris-branded lounges in its hubs around the U.S.” The access to the Private Suite will be included in some Business class fares but, an annual membership is also available to the Private Terminal for a nominal $4,500.
United Offering Polaris Customers Private Terminals
- United is building Polaris-branded lounges in its hubs around the U.S.
- The Private Suite at LAX will be offered to United business-class passengers on some routes.
- Passengers will also get a ride from the terminal to the plane in a BMW.
Business-class travelers will have access to the Private Suite, a new private terminal in Los Angeles International Airport, avoiding the masses in one of the busiest air hubs in the country. Those premium-class passengers will be driven from the terminal to the tarmac to their planes in a BMW 7-Series sedan. A staff of eight is assigned to each booking, United said.
The Private Suite includes dedicated security and customs screening away from the hoards in the main terminals, as well as individual suites.
Access to the Private Suite will be included in some business-class fares, United said, and on routes to or from LAX, to Newark, Aspen, Hawaii, London’s Heathrow, Singapore, Tokyo Narita and Sydney, among other destinations.
An annual membership at the Private Terminal normally goes for $4,500, but access will be included in some tickets, United said.
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United has been revamping their premium product, Polaris for a while now. How do you feel about these private terminals are they worth the price? Hit the comments!
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