Maple Leaf Lounge at SFO

Air Canada just opened a brand-new Maple Leaf Lounge at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), the airline’s 28th lounge worldwide, and its third Maple Leaf Lounge in the U.S.

Maple Leaf Lounge at SFO

The modern, exclusive space, located inside Terminal 2, features Air Canada’s first outdoor lounge terrace, along with a range of premium amenities, food and beverages, making the travel experience for eligible customers even more comfortable and convenient prior to boarding flights to Canada and beyond. The stunning new lounge also features an expansive outdoor terrace with aircraft and runway views.

Maple Leaf Lounge at SFO
[Opening event at SFO’s Maple Leaf Lounge]

The 165-seat, 761 square metre (8168 square ft.) airport oasis elevates Air Canada’s flight and airport experience for customers travelling from California to Canada or through to Europe, Asia and Australia via three of the airline’s main hubs: Toronto Pearson, Montreal Trudeau and Vancouver International Airports.

The SFO lounge, designed by SF-based architectural firm Gensler, pays homage to its California location both through design and decor, as well as the food and beverage selections that highlight local makers and flavours. Featured artists include Canadian painter Shawn Evans and a custom mural from California artist Amos Goldbaum.

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Unique seafood offerings, including San Francisco’s famous cioppino is available, together with a selection of California wines, and beer from Sierra Nevada Brewing Company and Anchor Brewing — America’s first craft beer.   
As of this writing, an Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge also opened inside Newark Airport’s Terminal A.

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