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Discussion in 'United Airlines | MileagePlus' started by HubletUAFlyer, Jan 18, 2013.
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In here now for the first time
Brand spanking new
Pretty sweet and the wifi is extremely fast FWIW
Can you post some pictures
I stopped in on Tuesday for a half hour or so..... still has the "new club smell".
That won't last long.
Quite nicely layed out with tons of power ports everywhere..... Didn't have time to check out the bar though, Anybody know if they have power ports there? Although it's probably more important if they have the booze though..
The one thing they could do would be to put a "push" sign on teh men's room door..... The way it looks screams "pull" And, that don't work.
Here's my attempt to take a sphere photo with a Nexus 4 camera: http://bit.ly/WNBZqX. Didn't quite work, but provides some idea of what the new club looks like.
Some other pics here: http://bit.ly/VGC7aM
I visited last weekend and was pretty impressed. Can't wait to see it rolled out to some of the older looking clubs (**cough**Dulles**cough**).
I have a few photos and details here.
The IAD clubs will be updated when the new, permanent concourse opens to replace today's "temporary" Concourse C/D facility. Expect to see that happen in the near future, sometime around 2039.
Sounds about the right pace for new things at DC area airports.
IAD has made me a covert to EWR, a much better travel experience!
They said they were pulling design elements from the 787 into the lounges. Where do they keep the batteries?
One of the top amenities. IMO
I did see something sparking but didn't want to make a fuss so I just walked by. Too soon?
The only thing melting down in those clubs is a domestic first class passenger thinking they could gain entry just because they have a domestic first class ticket.
FWIW an agent at the IAD dungeon said that it was to be renovated "soon;" that's why they'd taken down the pictures and collage. Honestly, they can't bulldoze that place fast enough, but that would require a functioning airports authority and Virginia actually having interest in improving its transportation infrastructure.