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Premium cabin customers All eligible premium cabin customers must be traveling on an internationalFootnote 1 itinerary or in United Business® on a p.s.® Premium Service flight between New York/Newark and Los Angeles or San Francisco. Please present a same-day United boarding pass.Footnote 2 Premium cabin customers Class of service Access requirements and eligibility information Guests United Polaris℠ first class A boarding pass for travel in United Polaris first classCustomers in United Polaris first class may access United Club locations at departure, connecting and arrival airports along their eligible same-day routing. 1 United Polaris business class A boarding pass for travel in United Polaris business class Customers in United Polaris business class may access United Club locations at departure, connecting and arrival airports along their eligible same-day routing. 0 United Business A boarding pass for travel in United BusinessCustomers traveling internationally in United Business may access United Club locations at departure, connecting and arrival airports along their eligible same-day routing.Customers on p.s. Premium Service flights may only access United Club locations at the origin and destination of their p.s. flights. 0 First class on a Star Alliance™ member airline A boarding pass for travel in First class on a Star Alliance member airlineCustomers may only access a United Club location at the departure airport for their First class flight.Footnote 2 1 Business class on a Star Alliance member airline A boarding pass for travel in Business class on a Star Alliance member airlineCustomers may only access a United Club location at the departure airport for their Business class flight.Footnote 2 0 Introducing United Polaris℠ We've reimagined the business class experience from lounge to landing to bring you the best sleep in the sky. As part of this enhanced service, United Polaris customers will be invited to visit new dedicated lounges at select airports. The first United Polaris lounge is now open near Gate C18 at Chicago O’Hare, with eight additional locations opening over the course of the next few years. Learn more at united.com/polaris


All eligible premium cabin customers must be traveling on an internationalFootnote 1 itinerary or in United Business® on a p.s.® Premium Service flight between New York/Newark and Los Angeles or San Francisco. Please present a same-day United boarding pass.Footnote 2 Premium cabin customers Class of service Access requirements and eligibility information Guests United Polaris℠ first class A boarding pass for travel in United Polaris first classCustomers in United Polaris first class may access United Club locations at departure, connecting and arrival airports along their eligible same-day routing. 1 United Polaris business class A boarding pass for travel in United Polaris business class Customers in United Polaris business class may access United Club locations at departure, connecting and arrival airports along their eligible same-day routing. 0 United Business A boarding pass for travel in United BusinessCustomers traveling internationally in United Business may access United Club locations at departure, connecting and arrival airports along their eligible same-day routing.Customers on p.s. Premium Service flights may only access United Club locations at the origin and destination of their p.s. flights. 0 First class on a Star Alliance™ member airline A boarding pass for travel in First class on a Star Alliance member airlineCustomers may only access a United Club location at the departure airport for their First class flight.Footnote 2 1 Business class on a Star Alliance member airline A boarding pass for travel in Business class on a Star Alliance member airlineCustomers may only access a United Club location at the departure airport for their Business class flight.Footnote 2 0 Introducing United Polaris℠ We've reimagined the business class experience from lounge to landing to bring you the best sleep in the sky. As part of this enhanced service, United Polaris customers will be invited to visit new dedicated lounges at select airports. The first United Polaris lounge is now open near Gate C18 at Chicago O’Hare, with eight additional locations opening over the course of the next few years. Learn more at united.com/polaris


One of the best ways to gain access to the United Club (and better, international first class and business class airport lounges) is by flying on an international United first class or business class award ticket. Note that you will need to produce your international United first class or business class boarding pass, since domestic United business or first class (except for United's p.s. service) does NOT get you into the United Club.


So what exactly is required in order to get entry to one of the legacy airlines’ lounges? Well, if you’re flying United, a domestic first or business-class ticket alone won’t do it… with one exception. Customers traveling in United Business on a p.s. Premium Service nonstop flight between New York/Newark (EWR) and either Los Angeles (LAX) or San Francisco (SFO) are able to use United Clubs at their departure airports. But if you’re flying domestically on United between any other cities with no international travel involved, even if you’re in first or business class, you won’t get lounge access without either elite status from a Star Alliance airline other than United, a United Club membership that you’ve purchased or gotten through the United MileagePlus Club Card, or a one-time day pass like the ones that come with the United MileagePlus Explorer Card.


Introducing United Polaris℠ We've reimagined the business class experience from lounge to landing to bring you the best sleep in the sky. As part of this enhanced service, United Polaris customers will be invited to visit new dedicated lounges at select airports. The first United Polaris lounge is now open near Gate C18 at Chicago O’Hare, with eight additional locations opening over the course of the next few years. Learn more at united.com/polaris


United Airlines' United Clubs comprise a worldwide network of over 45 airport lounges that cater to premium United Airlines passengers, as well as those who hold memberships and elite statuses with selected partners. In addition to lounge locations throughout the United States, United operates numerous international locations in London, Hong Kong, Mexico City, and Tokyo. This network was originally created as a result of the consolidation of United Airlines' Red Carpet Clubs and Continental Airlines' Presidents Clubs under one roof, which took place following United's merger with Continental Airlines. While amenities for different lounges in the network may vary, access rules tend to be consistent, with few exceptions.


We've reimagined the business class experience from lounge to landing to bring you the best sleep in the sky. As part of this enhanced service, United Polaris customers will be invited to visit new dedicated lounges at select airports. The first United Polaris lounge is now open near Gate C18 at Chicago O’Hare, with eight additional locations opening over the course of the next few years. Learn more at united.com/polaris


Star Alliance has rules that matters most on what flight you are departing on. So, for first class, you'll need to be departing in first class on an international flight from your local airport in order to gain access to the Star Alliance lounge. This doesn't necessarily exclude you from all lounge access if you're flying to a gateway city -- as I mentioned above, United allows you to use their lounges when connecting to an international flight when traveling in first.


Those traveling in First Class on United Airlines can enjoy United Clubs, provided that they're not traveling solely within the United States. First Class passengers can also enjoy United Clubs with a guest of their choice, as long as the guest is on adeparting Star Alliance flight.


Passengers traveling on a paid First Class or a First Class Award ticket (e.g. A, D, F or P class of service) on flights operated by Alaska Airlines have access to the Alaska Airlines Board Room only on their day of flight. These fares do not include entrance agreements into other airline clubrooms. To access the Board Room passengers must show their same day First Class boarding pass (or equivalent) to the Concierge in the Board Room. Passengers traveling on an upgraded ticket booked in U class do not have access to the Board Room.


First Class, Star Alliance Gold and Eligible Paid Lounge Membership customers are each entitled to a maximum of one guest. The guest must enter the designated lounge with the Eligible Customer and present a boarding pass for any Star Alliance member airline operated flight departing from the local airport. For contract lounges, the guest must be flying on the same airline as the Eligible Customer. Any person over the age of two is considered a guest. Infants under the age of two travelling with an Eligible Customer may accompany them to the lounge in addition to a maximum of one guest.


No, United Club access is for departing passengers. If you are simply connecting, with a further onward flight, and flew United BusinessFirst or United Global First that same day, you should receive access. But make sure you keep your international United BusinessFirst or United Global First boarding pass, since you do *not* have access for purely domestic travel unless you otherwise have United Club membership or are Star Alliance Gold via a non-U.S. Star Alliance frequent flyer program.