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What Happened to the old United Red Carpet Club in Seattle?

Fri Mar 27, 2020 1:48 pm

A bit of nostalgia hit me today and I was remembering to old United Red Carpet Club at SeaTac. This was back when UA was using the N Gates, and the lounge was underground, near the STS Station. Does anyone know what they are using that space for now, and does anyone have any old pictures?
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Re: What Happened to the old United Red Carpet Club in Seattle?

Fri Mar 27, 2020 2:57 pm

The entire North Satellite is being remodeled. AS will occupy all of it. Half of it is open, while the other half is being finished. From the pictures I've seen of the work, the building is completely gutted during the remodel so the space where the club once lived is no longer it's own room. The new AS club is on a newly added 3rd floor above the departure level.
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Re: What Happened to the old United Red Carpet Club in Seattle?

Fri Mar 27, 2020 4:10 pm

N3340W wrote:
The entire North Satellite is being remodeled. AS will occupy all of it. Half of it is open, while the other half is being finished. From the pictures I've seen of the work, the building is completely gutted during the remodel so the space where the club once lived is no longer it's own room. The new AS club is on a newly added 3rd floor above the departure level.
https://www.portseattle.org/projects/no ... ernization

The portion that is finished is really nice and the AS lounge upstairs is beautiful - nice views of the tarmac and runways for us av-geeks to enjoy.
While the construction continues, the journey from the train to the operational part of the satellite is tedious at best.

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