Doing Business In Canada

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Contact

Reservations: 0871 220 1111

Agency Sales: 0871 220 3220

Website: aircanada.com

Corporate Sales Team: ukcorpsales@aircanada.ca

Manager Corporate Sales & Alliances:
Maggie Boto-White

Cargo: 0871 224 3600

Click here for further information about Air Canada

 

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Air Canada: the natural choice to Canada

Celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, Air Canada is Canada's largest full-service airline, offering more daily flights from the UK to Canada than any other airline.

Air Canada has an award-winning business class service, Executive First, offering a fully lie-flat bed seat configured to offer maximum privacy, personalised in-flight service, the finest Canadian and international food and drink as well as hundreds of hours of on-demand personal entertainment.

At Air Canada's hub airports, business customers can take advantage of a dedicated Concierge service, relax in the privacy of a Maple Leaf Lounge and refresh and replenish after a long-haul flight at the Arrivals Lounge in London Heathrow Terminal 3.

From London Heathrow Terminal 3, Air Canada operates daily non-stop flights to eight major Canadian cities, with onward connections to a further 60 Canadian cities and 57 destinations in the United States, in addition to a global network serving the Caribbean, Mexico, South America, Asia and Australia.

Air Canada offers daily non-stop flights to:

  • Toronto (up to five daily)

  • Montréal

  • Ottawa

  • Halifax

  • St. John's (summer 2012 schedule)

  • Calgary

  • Edmonton

  • Vancouver

Together with its Air Canada Express regional partners, the airline carries over 34 million passengers annually.

Air Canada is a founding member of Star Alliance, providing the world's most comprehensive air transportation network. In addition, Air Canada has developed a joint venture with United and the Lufthansa Group, allowing greater cooperation on trans-Atlantic flights. This exclusive grouping enables the three airlines to pool their resources to offer more services, a greater network of destinations, improved airport facilities and improved frequent flyer programmes as well as reduced travel times and competitive fares.