Canada’s largest airline is opening a new café concept, Air Canada Café, at Toronto Pearson International Airport Friday.
Available to travellers in Air Canada’s business class and premium economy cabins, as well as Air Canada Altitude travellers Elite 50K and above, the airline hopes on-the-go passengers can benefit from a variety of beverage and snack options as a complement to its Maple Leaf Lounge benefit.
“We are thrilled to unveil this innovative product, one we are sure will create buzz not only for our customers, but the entire industry,” said vice president of product Andrew Yiu in a statement. “Air Canada’s premium clientele will have access to this new Café, revolutionizing the coffee shop experience at Toronto Pearson. It will offer a wide selection of beverages and food that can be taken to go.”
The airline will offer a variety of coffee products, cold brew, juices, kombucha as well as soft drinks and non-alcoholic beverages. Lindt truffle chocolates, OKA cheese and pastries will also be made available.
Before 11 a.m., breakfast items like yogurt, fruit and pastries will also be available. After 11 a.m., the service will turn to salads and sandwiches as well as Wi-Fi and digital newspapers through Air Canada’s partnership with PressReader.
The new Café will be open near gate D20 in the domestic area of Terminal 1 in Toronto.
Source: Air Canada