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Air Canada is Canada's largest domestic and international airline serving more than 210 airports on six continents.  Canada's flag carrier is among the 20 largest airlines in the world and serves more than 50 million customers each year.

 

Air Canada Signature Suite Lounge

The Air Canada Signature Suite Lounge located in Toronto Pearson International Airport was designed exclusively for International Business Class customers travelling on an Air Canada flight booked in J, C, D, Z & P classes.

The Signature feature of this lounge is an a-la-carte full service restaurant space serving lunch and dinner; an all-day, self-service buffet and bar menu is available. All food has been designed in collaboration with Air Canada’s culinary partner, Chef David Hawksworth.

A haven of peace awaits you offering the finest Canada has to offer in food, design and comfort.

These fantastic pre-boarding dining options will maximise your relaxation time on-board our flights.

Air Canada’s Executive Pod is exclusive on Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Boeing 777 aircraft featuring lumbar support and massage function which converts to a fully flat bed, measuring 203.2 cm (6’7”) long. 


Leave less, do more

Leave less, do more, is Air Canada’s strategy to protect the environment and the communities we serve.

We minimise our environmental impact throughout our operations by leaving less carbon in our atmosphere, less waste in our land and water, and producing less noise in our communities.

Through research and policy work we support the development of a Canadian biojet supply chain.

To date, we have completed a total of 8 biojet flights resulting in a carbon reduction of over 75 tonnes of CO2. That’s equivalent to taking 16 passenger vehicles off the road each year!

In 2019, we implemented centralized waste, recycling and organics stations at our Montreal Headquarters and continue to roll this program out across Canada.

By separating wood, metal, and plastic film at our operational facilities, we divert unnecessary material from landfill.

To date, we have donated over 50,000 uniforms, 166,000 pillow cases, 11,000 duvets and 2500 safety vests.

United Airlines Increases London Heathrow-New York Frequency to Six-Times Daily

Starting 29 March 2020, United Airlines will increase the frequency of its nonstop flights from London Heathrow to its New York hub, Newark, to six-times daily, offering more flights per day to New York/Newark than any other carrier operating from London Heathrow.

Consistent with the existing five flights between London Heathrow and New York/Newark, the new sixth frequency will also be operated with United’s reconfigured Boeing 767-300ER aircraft, featuring the highest proportion of premium seats on any widebody aircraft operated by any U.S. carrier. The extended cabin features 46 United Polaris business seats in the premium cabin and 22 United Premium Plus seats.

“Our New York hub provides our U.K. customers with more travel options, not only to the Big Apple, but also offers an extensive range of connections from Newark to almost 100 destinations across the U.S., Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America and South America.” Said Bob Schumacher, United’s Managing Director Sales U.K. and Ireland.

 

United Airlines Now Offers More Business Class Seats Between London Heathrow and Chicago than any U.S. Carrier

United Airlines announced every flight between London Heathrow and Chicago now operates with its newly reconfigured Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. The extended cabin features 46 United Polaris business seats in the premium cabin and 22 United Premium Plus seats. United’s three daily nonstop flights are now available.

“We are committed to making United the airline that customers choose to fly. As we are seeing a significant increase in customer demand for premium seats, we are excited to be able to expand the number of seats on all of our flights between London Heathrow and our hometown Chicago hub.” said United’s Managing Director Sales U.K. and Ireland, Bob Schumacher.

The reconfigured Boeing 767-300ER aircraft features 16 additional United Polaris business class seats – a more than 50 per cent increase in all-aisle-access seating – bringing the total premium cabin seat count to 46.


 

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