/ Air Canada announces new routes and unveils Signature Suite

Air Canada shows off their new business area and announces their new routes

Supplier: Air Canada

As reported by Travelweek, Air Canada expands its North American network with new transborder routes and provides a sneak peak of their Signature Suite.

The carrier has announced several nonstop, year-round routes beginning in spring 2018 from Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton and Vancouver. All new flights are currently available for purchase.

With this expansion, Air Canada becomes the only carrier to offer services from Canada to Sacramento, Omaha and Providence. It will also offer flights from additional Canadian airports to Baltimore, Pittsburgh and San Francisco.

When they begin

• Vancouver-Sacramento begins on May 17
• Edmonton-San Francisco begins May 1
• Toronto service to Omaha kicks off on May 1
• Providence on May 17
• From Montreal, both Baltimore and Pittsburgh service begin on May 17.
 

What Aircrafts?

Sacramento and San Francisco flights will be on Air Canada Express 76-seat CRJ-705/900, while all other flights will be on Air Canada Express 50-seat CRJ.
 

Air Canada Suite

Air Canada also unveiled its new Air Canada Signature Suite for its top International Business customers at Toronto Pearson. Here, guests can dine à la carte at a complimentary, full-service restaurant from a menu created by chef David Hawksworth, or enjoy hors d’oeuvres, champagne, fine wines and cocktails.

 

The Suite officially opens on Dec. 1 and is accessible to all full fare paying International Business Class customers, excluding upgrades and most point redemption programs. It spans 6,400 square feet, is conveniently located by Air Canada’s international departure gates at Terminal 1, and can accommodate up to 160 premium guests.