It’s no secret that we all dream about lounging on luxurious seats in Business Class and Air Canada’s new signature suite is not helping the situation.
Unveiled for their premium international business customers, the signature suite is based in the airline’s Toronto Hub (just another excuse to go to Toronto).
The new suite is an exclusive airport retreat where eligible premium customers can dine à la carte at a complimentary, full-service restaurant from a menu created by acclaimed chef David Hawksworth, or enjoy hors d’œuvres, champagne, fine wines and cocktails in an intimate, Canadian-designed and decorated setting.
Speaking about the new suites, Benjamin Smith, President of Passenger Airlines at Air Canada, commented: “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 travellers.
“Customers can indulge in an à la carte meal service in the suite’s complimentary restaurant or partake of fine wines, champagne and speciality cocktails in a relaxed atmosphere accented with original Canadian art and maple, marble and polished limestone finishes.”
He added: “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, where the premium experience will continue with our industry-leading International Business class products and services, including lie-flat suites and the other amenities that have earned Air Canada recognition as the Best Airline in North America from Skytrax and Best Long Haul Airline in the Americas for 2018 from AirlineRatings.com.”
The Air Canada Signature Suite officially opens on December 1st, 2017 and is available to all full fare paying International Business Class customers, excluding upgrades and most point redemption programs.
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