The only lounge of the cross-border terminal
On the international terminal side, there is a lounge Maple Leaf Air Canada .
…but also several other lounges, including the lounge World Mastercard of the National Bank accessible to Priority Pass members.
Within the transborder terminal, there is only one span class=”term” data-original-term=”c2Fsb24=”>salon: Air Canada. Unfortunately – or fortunately say those who can enter – this one is not accessible to Priority Pass members.
Access criteria for this lounge Air Canada Maple Leaf
To access this free Air Canada Maple Leaf, you must either:
- Travel in business class
- Travelling in Premium Cabin Red
- Membership Altitude (Super Elite 100, Altitude Elite 75-50-35)
- Being a member Star Alliance Gold
- Be a member of the Air Canada Maple Leaf Club.
- Hold one of the card s AeroplanPlus American Express (card Prestige, or card s cases of Platinum or card s cases of Platinum)
In addition, if you are travelling on a prime aérienne Aeroplan, and your card Visa Infinite, Visa Infinite Privilege is linked to your Aeroplan account, you will be able to access it free of charge (a limit of accès annuels is defined by your card ).
Finally, you can also buy an access if you are:
- cardholder with a TD or CIBC Visa Card and Business Visa (card
About me, traveling in economy class on a prime aérienne aeroplan to Las Vegas, I was able to get in through my card de Platinum AéroplanPlusMD* American ExpressMD which gives me unlimited access to the lounges Maple Leaf.
Tour du lounge Air Canada Maple Leaf in photos
The lounge offers a beautiful view on the tarmac. We appreciate its large windows offering excellent luminosity.
The interior spaces are rather well distributed with different types of leather armchairs:
There’s even movie theater chairs:
As you can see, in the early morning, this span class=”term” data-original-term=”c2Fsb24=”>salon is far from being crowded, it’s nice!
For those who wish to work in isolation, various offices are available with all the necessary connections.
As well as high tables to work on… while observing the traffic on the ground.
On the catering side, several round tables for 2 people:
And a buffet to get the day off to a good start with everything you need for lunch:
We’re really enjoying this view from the span class=”term” data-original-term=”c2Fsb24=”>lounge!
Our flight of the day will be operated on this Air Canada Red A319, which will depart for Las Vegas from gate 73, next to the Air Canada Maple Leaf Maple Leaf.
We can see here that the lounge is located between doors 73 and 74!
This Air Canada Maple Leaf has everything you could ask for: quiet, plenty of space to sit and work, nice light and views on the tarmac, honest buffet… in short, a pleasant lounge before starting a trip to the United States.
For more information on this lounge, visit the Montreal Airport website.Come to discuss that topic in our Facebook Group!