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Air Canada Adds New Products and Services to In-Flight Experience

Air Canada has added an array of new products and services, including expanded in-flight food and beverages, more family-friendly options for in-flight entertainment and upgrades to the Air Canada App.

Through a partnership with Mattel, Air Canada is the only Canadian airline to offer extensive shorts in-flight, with dozens of hours of additional kids’ content. More content partners are coming soon.

Food and beverage wise, the airline has added Blue Moon Belgian White and Hop Valley IPA craft beers, as well as Vizzy Strawberry Orange Mimosa Hard Seltzer. There’s also a Rosé from Provence, France and Aperol Spritz (Air Canada Signature Class on international flights).

Butter chicken with rice pilaf and cauliflower peas masala are some of the new menu options available for Premium Economy and Economy customers, on select flights.

They’ve also announced Earth's Own oat milk, a Canadian non-dairy milk alternative will now be offered, a first for a Canadian airline.

Upgrades have been made to the Air Canada App, with mobile boarding passes that are easier to use at security and during boarding, passport details of Aeroplan members linked to their profile, integrated maps of key Air Canada and Star Alliance airports and the ability for Signature Class and Premium Economy customers to pre-order in-flight meals on select international flights departing Canada.

The airline announced a partnership with Bell in May, which launched with free on-board Wi-Fi texting for Aeroplan members.

The airline also recently added three new premium airport lounges, bringing Air Canada's network of lounges to 29 worldwide. This includes a new Maple Leaf Lounge at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), the new Aspire | Air Canada Café at the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) Terminal A co-located within the new United Club.

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