United Airlines on Friday opened a new club at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, after closing its previous club on Concourse D.
The new club is on Concourse T, where United has consolidated its flight operations. The club is nearly 5,000 square feet, with “plentiful power outlets,” complimentary food like yogurt and fresh fruit, muffins “in rotating flavors of cinnamon and blueberry,” soup and red bell peppers with hummus.
A one-time pass to a United Club costs $50.
Airport clubs are improving their offerings to compete for business travelers and other passengers. An independent lounge at Hartsfield-Jackson’s international Concourse F recently announced it will offer dining choices from the menu of nearby restaurant Ecco.