SFO Club Closing

Old May 20, 2005, 12:16 am
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Old May 20, 2005, 12:26 am
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Originally Posted by SPN Lifer
The reference to "the appropriate fee" is really kicking the customer when he's down.

Why would anyone in SFO or LAX "upgrade" their US Airways Club membership, as opposed to simply buying a UA Red Carpet Club membership?!

They still don't get it. This "triple tier pricing" has got to go! Or the members will.
I use to fly a lot with United and had a RCC membership; a few months ago I renewed my RCC membership even though I will make about 1 United trip this year. I can access the US Clubs while traveling on a US ticket and access the RCC even if I am not traveling on a US ticket. Not to mention have access to all the Star lounges! Definitely the way to go in my opinion!
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Old May 20, 2005, 12:40 am
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I'm not sure if HP has enough gates for additional US flights.

And yes, HP serves SFO from PHX and LAS.
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Old May 21, 2005, 1:45 am
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Originally Posted by US AIRWAYS FAN
Well things have become more complex. Now with the HP/US merger who knows where the new US is going to move to if they move at all now.
The airport will not permit US to remain at the current location forever. It eventually will be demolished to allow for full access by aircraft to the entire international terminal.
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Old May 21, 2005, 1:52 am
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I realize the previous post is a restatement of
Post #89:
Originally Posted by ByrdluvsAWACO
Well they still have to move. SFO wants to demolish that concourse since it's blocking the intl terminal.
However, the author of Post #88 saw fit to open a duplicate thread on this issue.
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Old Aug 27, 2005, 9:06 pm
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Thumbs up LAX Club Re-Opening!

The Los Angeles US Airways Club is expected to re-open 1 November 2005, as HP also uses Terminal 1. So the HP-US merger is showing some benefits to consumers.

See 3 More clubs to close
http://64.78.185.85/forum/showthread...02#post4516202

Let us hope HP-US is either busy working with UA on a move to SFO Terminal 3, or making other plans for HP-US consolidation at SFO, perhaps to eventually include some sort of lounge access.
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Old Dec 3, 2005, 2:39 am
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Bumping this thread back to the top because... the inevitable has happened, US has moved in with HP at SFO.

Now we need to make sure US knows that SFO *needs* a U Club.
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Old Dec 4, 2005, 5:20 am
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Is there space to put a club over there? I have never been to where US is not moving to.

Originally Posted by FCYTravis
Bumping this thread back to the top because... the inevitable has happened, US has moved in with HP at SFO.

Now we need to make sure US knows that SFO *needs* a U Club.
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Old Dec 4, 2005, 12:12 pm
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Alaska Airlines has a Board Room in the same concourse, and they don't have nearly as much space available as HP has in their rotunda. If HP wants to find room for a club, they can...
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