United to upgrade its airport clubs

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United Airlines is overhauling the food menu and renovating its United Clubs.

The Chicago-based airline’s new complimentary food menu, including a Greek yogurt bar and hot oatmeal station, will debut this week at O’Hare Airport.

A beverage-for-sale program that includes premium wines and spirits will be rolled out this year too.

“We’re making major changes in our United Clubs to give our customers the elevated, hospitality-centric service and experience they deserve and expect. This year will be transformational,” said Jimmy Samartzis, vice president of customer experience.”

United also said it will renovate its clubs, including O’Hare, and build new ones in Atlanta and San Francisco.

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