Air Canada’s elegant new end-to-end premium travel experience known as Air Canada Signature Service is now available across the Canadian carrier’s entire widebody fleet, including onboard their Australia to Vancouver route.
Air Canada’s Signature Service includes a Air Canada Signature Class cabin, formerly known as International Business Class.
It is offered when flying to and from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and South America on board the airline’s Boeing 787, 777 and 767 aircraft and Airbus A330 aircraft.
While Signature Class features the same lie-flat suites that International Business Class customers have become accustomed to, the re-branding introduces several new perks. Let’s take a look at what travellers can look forward to.
1. NEW MENUS
An upgraded meal service has been designed by award-winning Vancouver chef David Hawksworth. There will also be a dine on demand concept. All will be presented on restaurant-style dishware and glassware.
2. MORE DRINKS
Transcontinental travellers will enjoy more wine and spirits offerings and the added option of espresso and cappuccino served with dessert or a new cheese selection. International travellers will be offered Laurent-Perrier champagne on all routes as well as a new Air Canada Signature Cocktail.
3. NEW AMENITY KITS
Passengers will be given personal comfort items by Canadian brands, including enhanced amenity kits by Want Les Essentiels, with premium care products by Vitruvi.
3. MATTRESS PADS
4. AN AIRPORT RETREAT
At Air Canada’s Toronto-Pearson global hub, Air Canada Signature Class customers departing on international flights will have access to the Air Canada Signature Suite.
The suite is an exclusive airport retreat, where customers can dine à la carte at a complimentary, full-service restaurant or enjoy, Moet & Chandon champagne, fine wines and premium cocktails.
Air Canada General Manager Vic Naughton said one of the most important benefits Air Canada Signature Service offered Australian travellers was consistency.
“Australian passengers know only too well that with some airlines you can fly business class all the way but what you can actually end up experiencing is different products on different sectors,” he said.
“With some airlines, the reality is you never quite know what you are going to get. But with Air Canada passenger can be confident they will experience the same Signature Class across our entire wide-body fleet”.
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