Air Canada has officially opened its new International Maple Leaf Lounge at London Heathrow Airport’s new Terminal 2, also known as The Queen’s Terminal.
Located at Star Alliance’s largest airport hub and Air Canada’s largest international station, International Maple Leaf Lounge allows eligible customers to rest, refuel or refresh before boarding their flight.
The new 700m² lounge was designed by Bennett Lo Toronto’s firm dialogue 38, which also designed Air Canada’s Maple Leaf Lounge in Frankfurt, Germany.
Air Canada marketing vice-president Craig Landry said: "Our newest International Maple Leaf Lounge was created as an extension of the overall travel experience for our international business customers."
Air Canada’s Heathrow Maple Leaf Lounge features a quiet zone with three reclining pods, personal satellite-fed TV screens, USB ports and headsets, as well as a spa-inspired shower area with large rain-shower heads and ambient music.
The lounge also has a business centre equipped with individual flat-screen Dell PCs, colour laser printing and scanning and complimentary wireless high-speed internet access.
A bar at the lounge offers large selection of wines, beer and spirits, while a bistro-style dining area provides a selection of hot and cold food items.
Air Canada’s London International Lounge is its 21st Maple Leaf Lounge across the globe and the fourth in Europe.
In Canada, Air Canada has 15 Maple Leaf Lounges at airports in the country.
Image: Main Lounge with two-tier seating area. Photo: courtesy of Air Canada.