Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge, London Heathrow T2: Helpful staff

After a short stop at the United lounge to nibble on my breakfast, I go to the third lounge of the day, the Air Canada lounge.

As a reminder, here is the route followed:

#TypeReview
1DiaryWeekend in Boston
2LoungeLufthansa Senator Lounge, London Heathrow T2
3LoungeUnited Club, London Heathrow T2
4LoungeAir Canada Maple Leaf Lounge, London Heathrow T2
5LoungeSingapore Airlines Silver Kris Lounge, London Heathrow T2
6FlightTAP Executive, London Heathrow – Lisbon Portela, Airbus A321NEO
7FlightTAP Executive, Lisbon Portela – Boston Logan, Airbus A321LR NEO
8HotelThe Langham, Boston
9LoungeAir France Lounge, Boston Logan Terminal E
10FlightTAP Executive, Boston Logan – Lisbon Portela, Airbus A321LR NEO
11LoungeTAP Executive Lounge, Lisbon Portela
12FlightTAP Executive, Lisbon Portela – London Heathrow, Airbus A321NEO
Today’s itinerary

Location and welcome

The lounge is located on the B-door level. When arriving from the main terminal, simply move to the left and an AC/SQ sign will appear.

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The lounge is then accessible by elevator and is located to the left of them.

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The reception is good, but I am asked for my vaccination certificate. It remains mandatory in all Air Canada lounges.

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In addition, wearing a mask is mandatory for all movements in the lounge.

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Lounge design

The design of the lounge is very modern. It also benefits from a beautiful luminosity and at the time of my passage, its attendance was very low.

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Few spaces really adapted to dining, however.

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Catering

The lounge offers a small buffet that was still offering breakfast items when I visited.

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I will choose some pastries.

Bottom line

A nice lounge, but certainly not the best on the platform.

Olivier Delestre-Levai
Olivier Delestre-Levai
Olivier has been into airline blogging since 2010. First a major contributor to the FlyerTalk forum, he created the FlyerPlan website in July 2012, and writes articles with a major echo among airline specialists. He now co-runs the TravelGuys blog with Bertrand, focusing on travel experience and loyalty programs.
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