We love United MileagePlus® miles – they’re the most useful and flexible for us.
But United gets a bad rap for dated facilities and less reliable customer service than some of the other airlines. That’s why we were glad to read United is planning a major upgrade to its big operation at LAX.
Here’s the plan…
This is good news for United travelers in LAX, where American and Delta have much more pleasant terminals. It will also mean United’s club is the largest at the airport, taking some of the sting out of a coming downgrade in free drinks.
It goes to the airport board for approval on September 17th, and since the airport is footing the vast majority of the cost it’s probably an easy approval.
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