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do you know how can we find what routes are available on Polaris(united)?

do you know how can we find what routes are available on Polaris(united)?

  1. carlos silva

    do you know how can we find what routes are available on Polaris(united)?

  2. Gaurav

    [USER=2710]@carlos silva[/USER], there are two parts to Polaris (soft product vs hard product) with products and services being rolled out over time so it’s hard to predict and no consolidated list that I’m aware of. With that being said, these pages might be helpful:


    Good luck!

  3. MarkS

    The only international route scheduled at this time is SFO-HKG with the hard product. I think United is going to have lots of pee’d off people thinking they are getting a better seat than what they end up with over the next couple years.

  4. Anonymous

    Hi [USER=2710]@carlos silva[/USER], and welcome!

    I think lots of people have this question given the big marketing push, but [USER=79]@Gaurav[/USER] and [USER=2121]@MarkS[/USER] are right — there actually isn’t a single plane currently flying with the new Polaris seats/hard product. They’re calling [I]all[/I] business class Polaris now because there is new catering/linens.

    Agree that this will probably backfire, as there will be 4+ years of people complaining that the “new Polaris” (which won’t be new) is eons behind Delta, and it will undo whatever buzz they’re getting now.

  5. Hugh B

    It’s also worth noting that the Polaris lounges won’t be available everywhere (nowhere but ORD yet, should have lounges at IAD, IAH, EWR, SFO, and[B] [/B]LAX by the end of the year and lounges at LHR, NRT, and HKG sometime in 2018)

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