Air Canada has reopened its Maple Leaf lounge at Canada’s Montreal-Trudeau international airport after completing a year-long renovation.
Measuring 1,022m² , the new lounge is located between gates 52 and 53 and offers seating for up to 259 eligible Air Canada and Star Alliance customers.
Air Canada passenger airlines president Benjamin Smith said: "Our newest international lounge incorporates many elements sought after by today's business and premium travellers including a quiet, stress-free place to work or relax while travelling, and our new lounge is designed with this in mind.
"Surrounded by Canadian and Quebec design artistry and craftsmanship, as well as elements highlighting the majestic natural beauty of Canada, customers will enjoy an inspiring environment before their Air Canada flight."
The Montreal international Maple Leaf Lounge offers a bar, a food station, complimentary Wi-Fi, office facilities, living rooms, lounge chairs and showers.
Air Canada has provided its passengers’ with access to 22 Maple Leaf Lounges worldwide.
It is also investing in passenger services at the recently opened Newark Maple Leaf Lounge, Vancouver international Maple Leaf Lounge and Saskatoon domestic Maple Leaf Lounge set to open in 2017.
Air Canada is also planning to refurbish its domestic Maple Leaf Lounges at Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver next year.