Air Canada has moved all of its flights and operations to London Heathrow Airport Terminal 2: The Queen’s Terminal. The new terminal at Heathrow will provide Air Canada’s customers with an improved travel experience that includes faster customs and immigration border control upon arrival and check-in and security clearance on departure. Eligible Air Canada and Star Alliance customers will also have access to Air Canada’s newest international Maple Leaf Lounge.
Benjamin Smith, executive vice-president and chief commercial officer for Air Canada, said: “With over 20 daily Air Canada departures and arrivals, London Heathrow is our largest international operation. Now that all Star Alliance members are in a single terminal for the first time, our customers will benefit from more choice and easier connections across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.”
Smith continued: “We are pleased that these new state-of-the-art facilities will enhance our passengers’ airport experience with efficient check-in flow, a minimal connecting time of 60 minutes and, for eligible customers, our very own Maple Leaf branded lounge showcasing the best of Canadian design and world-class amenities.”
Air Canada check-in and baggage drop off are located in Zone A of the check-in lobby and offer the latest technology including quick and easy self-service kiosks, fast baggage drop-off and dedicated full-service check-in counters. The new terminal provides a wide variety of shopping, dining and seating options in a light, airy and spacious building.
For more, go to http://www.aircanada.com/en/travelinfo/airport/heathrow.html .