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Maple Leaf Lounge, Montreal Airport - Domestic (YUL)

Text and Photos by Arthur Jeciel

Location

Domestic Departures, Airside between gates 1 and 3

Access

Executive First and Executive Class ticket holders; Star Alliance Gold members; Air Canada Maple Leaf Club members; Altitude Elite and Super Elite members; Latitude and Flex ticket holders who purchase lounge access

Opening Hours

The lounge opens 60 minutes prior to the first Air Canada flight departure and closes 30 minutes prior to the last Air Canada flight departure.

Lounge Seating Area

With cozy, stylish furnishings (including ergonomically correct office equipment) to maximize your comfort...

Communication and Entertainment

Actually, all Maple Leaf lounges has a Hewlett-Packard business center with the exception of the one in Regina.

Newspapers and magazines, TV, high-speed internet and wifi, free mobile printing

Dining

Complimentary food and beverages during lunch and dinner include refreshing beverages such as juice, soda, tea, coffee, espresso, beer, wine and spirits, along with an assortment of delicious snacks.

Toilet and Shower Room

There are plenty of toilets but no shower rooms.

Conclusion

 

After visiting this lounge, I realized that the most important feature of Air Canada lounges was the business center which is actually pretty good. I actually needed to print our program for the West Coast tour and had it done in their fully equipped business center. The food offering is pretty basic but I guess that is how it works if you are not in Asia. Still, a very nice lounge worth a visit.

 

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