Air Canada Business Class is the best service that any airline could offer in North America.  The business class of Air Canada has been voted as the best business class recently in North America by TripAdvisor travelers’ choice for 2019. Its new Signature Class, launched in 2018 provides lie-flat seats, meals prepared by Chefs, and a BMW chauffeur service to its passengers. Read our guide on Air Canada Business Class to get detailed information and see whether it’s the right experience for you.

What is Business Class?        

As the name suggests, business class has luxurious seating near the front of the plane. Most corporate or business people fly in business but anyone can book these seats who want to fly in style. It has perks like priority check-in, fast-track security screening, lounge entry, Zone 1 boarding, inflight entertainment on bigger screens, fancy food, top-shelf drinks, beds, linen, more legroom, wider seats, and most importantly flight attendants’ non-stop attention.

Air Canada Business Class Review

As we know Air Canada does not have first-class. Business-class is here for passengers to have first-class experience for less money. Being Canada’s National Airline, it offers business class tickets to selective routes like the Caribbean, North America, and Europe. It also launched its new business class namely Signature Class which offers trips to/within North America and Asia, South America, Africa, Australia, and Europe. This is a new business class that works as a five-star journey offers first-rate perks along with single work-station seating with lie-flat capabilities.

The Air Canada business class comes with high-class amenities along with indulgence. The list of the amenities offered in Air Canada Business Class are given below:

  • Lounge entry
  • No middle seats (only aisle or window seats)
  • Priority services
  • Full meals and drinks
  • More full and wide seats with extra leg-room
  • Amenities like pillows, blankets, hot towels, Coat check, premium headphones
  • Private and quiet cabin
  • In-flight entertainment screen with music, TV series, movies, podcasts e-books, and audiobooks
  • Checked baggage allowances

About Air Canada

Air Canada is the largest airline in Canada by the number of passengers it carried and its size. It is founded in 1937, offering its services to almost 207 destinations across the globe. The major hub of Air Canada includes Montréal–Trudeau International Airport (YUL), Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), and Vancouver International Airport (YVR). It offers scheduled flights to both cargo and passengers. It became fully privatized in 1989.

What to expect while flying in Air Canada Business Class?

Air Canada Business Class is one the best-reviewed class type out there. It is for a good reason. While the other launched services are excellent but the new signature class provides excellent service including drinks, amazing food, and new seats. Passengers can expect when flying with Air Canada Business Class:

  • Chauffeur Services: Passengers who are flying through Toronto can get a BMW chauffeur Service on selective tickets. 
  • Lounges: The passengers who are flying with Award tickets have the access to Star Alliance and Maple Leaf Lounges wherever they are flying to/within. However, when you are flying from Toronto or Vancouver on a paid ticket then you have the access to the Maple Leaf Lounge as well as Signature Lounge.
  • Boardings: As Zonal1 boarding lanes are available in most of the locations, business class passengers have the opportunity to board the plane first.
  • Baggage Allowance: Passengers who are flying in the Business Class are allowed to have two free checked bags up to 60 pounds each. However, extra baggage cost varies according to the fare types.

How to book Air Canada Business Class tickets?

Booking your tickets is a very simple and handy procedure. You can book your business class in cash or you have other options like award miles through Aeroplan or by using the frequent flier program. You can also book your tickets online through Air Canada’s official website which is one of the simplest methods.

You need to visit Air Canada’s official website you are paying in cash or using your earned miles. Partner Airlines can be used for booking an award flight.  

The process of booking the tickets is mentioned below:

  • After visiting the official website of Air Canada, log in with your credentials.
  • A window will open in which you need to put all the information related to your trip such as, payment mode, trip types such as one-way, round trip, or multi-city. Enter the number of tickets you need.
  • If you are searching for the award ticket redemption, according to the class of service it will show a breakdown of flight costs.
  • Now choose your preferred flights from the given option.
  • Choose a payment method for the flight and after save all your information related to your tickets.
  • You will receive a confirmation mail on your email or phone.

FAQs

Does Air Canada have flatbeds in Business Class?

The Air Canada’s new Boeing 787 Dreamliner or newly refitted Boeing 777 allows passengers to book the international business class ‘Executive Pods’ which comes with flatbeds along with a remote that gives you an option of ordering drinks and food on your seat. It also gives you lighting that can minimize your Jet Lag.

Is Air Canada Business Class good?

Yes! Air Canada’s business is very good in terms of the top-notch services it offers to its passengers. It is also the best-reviewed among the other airlines business class.  

Does Air Canada Business Class include lounge access?

You can enjoy Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge while you are waiting for your Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge, Air Canada Express, and Air Canada codeshare flight.

Is Air Canada serving Food in Business Class during Covid?

The flights that take more than 2 hours have a full meal tray which includes hot casserole, croissant, salad and vinaigrette, lasagne, bread roll, and dessert. Whereas the flights under 2 hours offer a cold Meal Box which is pre-packaged with cold breakfast or any snack item.

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