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Discussion in 'United Airlines | MileagePlus' started by VVanderlust, Jul 13, 2011.
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*runs for cover*
So are there separate lines for GS, 1k, PremExp or are all UA elites supposed to go here as well?
The sign in the photo mentions only CO elites/cabins so this might be the check-in area for Continental?
Perhaps United's is still located where it has been for a while - at the far west side of T-3?
*ducks behind you* Holy Moley!!!
So they have a separate check-in area for legacy CO operated flights, but no longer show that name anywhere? Seems like a possible opportunity to confuse people. What does the sign for non-elite CO pax look like - does it just say " United Ecnomy" ?
I think the Premier Access refers to UA legacy Premiers and the others are listed to help the CO legacy folks.
Makes me sad but also makes me happy I have my Red Carpet
I thought they were combining UA and CO check-in. If so, then you would think the check-in area would be the same. I agree that it's a confusing sign.
I don't think so. Premier Access is not just UA legacy elites
They still show the CO logo. What is there to be confused about?
So do I allow entry by status?
You know, without the gold in the color scheme, it doesn't look that bad. The blue on blue globe in the backdrop looks pretty sharp.
I just wish they would have updated the livery a bit, even if they're going with the CO style. The gray bottom and gold pin stripe seem to date it a bit.
Could Hannaman be warming to the SMI/J? Or perhaps just to our new CO overlords. My guess is you still want to see a different CEO.
well looks great to me!
Does anyone know the answer to this burning question?
Frankly I don't care how it looks. I only care how quickly I can check in and get on the cursed plane!
CO mans one line in this area for check in.
Wow! I am speechless with disappointment!
Still need a new CEO.
I am not sure that was an answer to the question. My next voyage to SFO will only take me to the int'l side so unless I show up early, I won't be checking.
Why? Most of the kiosks can handle both UA and CO reservations, no? If you can check a bag at the UA side, then there's no need for a CO rep unless there's a problem.