Air Canada’s Maple Leaf Lounges Reopen

Caribbean News…
23 July 2020 7:38pm
Maple Leaf Lounge

Air Canada has begun to gradually reopen its Maple Leaf Lounges with new biosafety protocols to help ensure the well-being of its guests and employees, as reported by Travelweek.

Opening first on July 24 to eligible customers travelling on a domestic or international flight will be the Maple Leaf Lounge at Toronto Pearson, D gates. This will be followed by the lounges located in the domestic departure areas at airports in Montreal and Vancouver in the coming weeks.

New multi-layered protocols include mandatory face coverings for customers and employees, plexiglass partitions at welcome desks, food and refreshments pre-packaged to go, as well as a modified assisted beverage service.

In addition, to better safeguard customers, attendants will continuously clean lounge seating and restrooms, while enhanced cleaning measures using electrostatic units and medical grade disinfectants will also be enforced. 

New lounge services will also offer several touchless features, including presentation of all reading materials in digital format through PressReader.

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