Air Canada opens exclusive business-class lounge at Toronto Pearson Airport

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Airline operator Air Canada has opened its new dedicated Signature Suite for international business customers at Toronto Pearson International Airport in Ontario, Canada.

The lounge officially opens on December 1, 2017, and is accessible to all International Business Class customers, excluding upgrades. Conveniently located by Air Canada’s international departure gates at Terminal 1, the 6,400ft² facility can accommodate up to 160 customers and is fully complimentary.

It hosts a full-service restaurant offering à la carte menu created by acclaimed Vancouver-chef David Hawksworth, and also features a cocktail lounge with full service bar and a selection of hors d’œuvres and specialty snacks. Guests can choose from a premium range of spirits, champagne, fine wines and cocktails, including spirits from Diageo and champagne from Moet & Chandon.

Benjamin Smith, president, passenger airlines at Air Canada, said, “The Air Canada Signature Suite provides premium Air Canada customers with a luxury experience unrivalled in North America that elevates Air Canada into the ranks of leading global carriers for discerning international travelers.

Customers can indulge in an à la carte meal service in the suite’s complimentary restaurant or enjoy fine wines, champagne and specialty cocktails in a relaxed atmosphere accented with original Canadian art and maple, marble and polished limestone finishes.

“Our premium customers, particularly those who are connecting, highly value comfort and convenience when they travel. This unique airport enclave will serve as a welcome preliminary to boarding their international flights.”

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