Air Canada opens new Maple Leaf Lounge at St. John’s International Airport

Air Canada opened a new Maple Leaf Lounge at St. John’s International Airport yesterday. The new lounge is larger than the lounge it replaced with a capacity bump of 77%. The new lounge can now accommodate up to 84 people at a time. It is located in the newly expanded departures area of St. John’s terminal and it provides views of Signal Hill and the ocean. This is the third Maple Leaf lounge that Air Canada has opened this year.

The space features a self-serve bar, offering a wide selection of
beverages, including Canadian wines and Lavazza specialty coffees, a
selection of light snacks, a business centre and comfortable seating
with a view of the tarmac. Business travellers planning to work on site
may also take advantage of a cyber counter equipped with PCs and colour
printing, complimentary Wi-Fi and access to more than 7,000 digital
newspaper and magazine content via the PressReader app.

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

  • Only lounge available at YYT and 3rd Maple Leaf Lounge unveiled this year, offering premium travellers more comfort
  • Just steps from Air Canada’s gates in the recently expanded departures area of the terminal building
  • Air Canada is the only carrier operating year-round international flights to LondonHeathrow from St. John’s

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 St. John’s 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