The re-branding of United's Red Carpet Club and Continental's Presidents Club lounges marks a further step in the integration of the two airlines' products...

United Continental Holdings, Inc. is introducing the new name ‘United Club’ for all its airport lounges on October 1.

The United Club name, which represents the re-branding of United’s Red Carpet Club and Continental’s Presidents Club, marks a further step in the integration of the two airlines’ products and services to provide a more consistent travel experience for customers, according to United Continental Holdings.

A United Airlines Boeing 747-400 wearing the airline's post-merger livery is photographed at San Francisco International Airport. The livery is essentially that of merger partner Continental Airlines but all United and Continental aircraft have been painted with 'United' titles because, following the merger of the two carriers' operating certificates, United Airlines is the surviving name

At more than 50 lounges in 39 airports worldwide, United Clubs offer members and their guests complimentary bar service, light snacks and beverages; business amenities such as Wi-Fi, conference rooms and workstations; and personalized assistance with reservations, seat selection, upgrades and boarding passes.

In time, says United Continental, remodeled clubs will provide additional business-friendly features that customers say they value, including more workstations that enable travelers to be more productive.

Red Carpet Club and Presidents Club members may access any of the new United Clubs with their current membership credentials.

Members also have access to Star Alliance airport lounges around the world when traveling on a Star Alliance member carrier.

A variety of United Club membership options is available, with annual memberships starting at $495. Additional information is available at and