Air Canada opens Maple Leaf Lounge in New York-LaGuardia Airport’s New Terminal

Yesterday Air Canada opened a new Maple Leaf Lounge in the new terminal at New York’s La Guardia airport. Air Canada previously had a lounge at LGA but that was closed just a few months ago.  The new lounge has room for up to 126 people in its 7,015 square feet of space. It features a self-serve that will has wines from Canada, Lavazza cofee and as with all of the lounges a business centre as well.

Here are some key points about the new lounge provided by Air Canada:

  • The first airline lounge to open at LaGuardia’s new Terminal B
    Eastern Concourse – the first part of the reimagined terminal to open –
    conveniently located post-security, steps from Air Canada gates
  • Air Canada customers travelling at LaGuardia to benefit from
    new terminal’s enhanced amenities including free Wi-Fi, a family play
    area, and retail and restaurant shops
  • Second of three Maple Leaf Lounges to open in 2018 and 23rd
    across Air Canada’s international network, offering premium travellers
    more comfort

Just like the relatively new lounge in Los Angeles, the La Guardia one is no longer accessible to Priority Pass members.

Related: Rewards Canada’s Guide to Business Class Lounge access

And some photos of the new lounge (courtesy of Air Canada)

Here’s our call out to the Rewards Canada community! If any of you are travelling through LGA in the near future and can access the lounge we’d love to have to do a review of the lounge (and we’ll pay you for it too!) If you are interested please contact us