Air Canada: a Maple Leaf Lounge in San Francisco

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The airline company Air Canada inaugurated its brand new Maple Leaf Lounge at the international airport of san francisco (SFO), his 28th globally and his third in the United States.

This “modern and exclusive rest area” with 165 seats and 761 m², located in Terminal 2 of the San Francisco airport, offers the first outdoor terrace for a Canadian flag carrier lounge, as well as an array of premium amenities, food and beverages. All of this “thus enhances the travel experience of eligible customers through increased comfort and convenience before their flight to Canada and elsewhere”. Air Canada flies to San Francisco from its bases in Toronto Pearson, Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau And Vancouverwith flights also provided by its subsidiary Express departing from Calgary And Edmonton.

This new Maple Leaf Lounge in San Francisco “pays homage to California in both its design and décor, as well as the food and beverage selection on the menu, which showcases the artisans and flavors of the region. A selection of fish and seafood will be offered, including cioppino, the emblematic fish fricassee of San Francisco, as well as a selection of Californian wines and beers from the Sierra Nevada Brewing Company and Anchor Brewing, the America’s first microbrewery.

Designed in collaboration with Gensler, an architectural firm of San Francisco, this lounge is the first of its kind with an outdoor terrace and two steam fireplaces manufactured by the Canadian company CF+D. He offers :

  • 165 seats (135 inside and 30 outside)
  • Electronic gates and biometric identification for hassle-free, contact-free entry
  • Showers with heated towel rails
  • VIP lounge for up to 10 people
  • Multidisciplinary art collection that celebrates and represents California and Canada (works by Canadian painter Shawn Evans as well as a custom mural by Californian artist Amos Goldbaum)

We are thrilled to bring our Maple Leaf Lounges experience to San Francisco Airport, and give our San Francisco Bay Area customers the opportunity to enjoy the award-winning product and warm welcome from Air Canada upon their arrival said Jacqueline Harkness, General Manager – Products and Services, Air Canada. “ This is another way we are investing to become the carrier of choice for international travel in San Francisco. “.

In addition, Air Canada has also reintegrated the international airport Newark Liberty to its program of lounges, with the opening of the United Club in a brand new location in Terminal A. In this space which it shares exclusively with United Airlineshis partner in Star Alliance, Air Canada “will have a dedicated Customer Service counter for its customers. The access policy will be consistent with that of Air Canada for its Maple Leaf Lounges”.

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