Fly in ultimate comfort and style in the new Air Canada Signature Class – formerly Business Class Transcontinental and International Business Class.
As part of our Air Canada Signature Service – offering an industry-leading, end-to-end premium travel experience – Signature Class offers enhanced onboard products including:
- A premium sleep experience, with quilted mattress pad, duvet blanket and oversized pillow
- Amenity kit* by Montreal-based WANT Les Essentiels, featuring skincare products by Vancouver-based lifestyle company vitruvi
- Laurent-Perrier Champagne*
- Air Canada Signature Cocktail
- Menu items by Chef David Hawksworth**, and a wine selection by sommelier Véronique Rivest
- South Asian menu by Vikram Via on flights to Mumbai and New Delhi
Discover The Air Canada Signature Suite
At Toronto Pearson International Airport, we’ve opened the doors to our most premium pre-flight experience yet – the new Air Canada Signature Suite. This refined new space is reserved for select Air Canada Signature Class customers before their international flight and features a complimentary à la carte menu designed by Chef David Hawksworth, bar service, including Moët & Chandon Champagne, and other luxurious touches such as Molton Brown skincare products.
Access Maple Leaf Lounges
While traveling via other airports in Canada, the United States and Europe, you’ll also enjoy access to our Maple Leaf Lounges™. While at our International Maple Leaf Lounge in Montreal (YUL) or Vancouver (YVR), you can savor newly created dishes by Chef David Hawksworth served at live cooking stations at select times.
Experience Seamless International Connections
Heading out into the world
Connecting to an international destination via our hubs in Toronto (YYZ), Montreal or Vancouver is now easier than ever, with no need to re-clear security or pass through customs.
Going to the United States
When flying back to the United States, you will clear security and U.S. customs in Canadian airports before boarding. Then when you arrive in the United States, you can walk right out the door, with no need to wait in line.
*Available on International Flights only
**Chef Hawskworth dishes are only available on lunch and dinner flights in North America
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