[FYI] Air Canada changing terminals in San Francisco (SFO) - May 2011

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    Expecting this consolidation with the reopening of T2. Guess UA will convert the Admirals Club into an RCC. Maybs SQ will be a bit more cooperative about letting AC fliers use the SKL.
     
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    Looking at the source in more details, any lounge change may be short-lived as it appears when all the renovations are done AC will be moving back to T3 it seems.
     
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    [Courtesy of AC (ac-YUL) ]

    The mid-day flights will be gated on International A due to congestion in International G. Passengers transferring from Int'l A to UA in T3 will be able to use the priority security at the Int'l G gates to get to the UA gates. It isn't an ideal set-up but it was the best option available for a temporary period. The morning and evening flights will be gated at International G (with access to the *A lounges and sterile connection to T3).

    AC will however be using the former VX check-in counters at aisle 12. Overall, it's a definite facility upgrade from T3


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    Flights between 1000-1600 will arrive/depart from Int'l A.

    Boarding passes will indicate whether to enter on the A side or G side. Check-in will be centralized at aisle 12. Kiosks will be common-use - an added plus.


    [Courtesy of AC (ac-YUL) ]
     

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