Air Canada brings back Chauffeur Service in partnership with Porsche

Air Canada brings back Chauffeur Service in partnership with Porsche

MONTREAL — Air Canada has secured a new set of luxury wheels, courtesy of Porsche Cars Canada, Ltd.

The airline has signed a new agreement with the luxury car retailer to be its exclusive vehicle supplier of the Air Canada Chauffeur Service at Toronto Pearson. The service is available to select Signature Class customers connecting to Asia, Europe and South America.

Eligible connecting international Signature Class customers arriving from within Canada will be met by a Concierge before being whisked away on the tarmac in a Porsche vehicle to the Air Canada Signature Suite, which recently reopened at Toronto Pearson. The fleet of vehicles will comprise electric or plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, including the Porsche Taycan, Panamera and Cayenne, supporting Air Canada’s commitment to reach a goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions throughout its global operations by 2050.

Air Canada brings back Chauffeur Service in partnership with Porsche

Signature Suite Bar Area

“We’re excited to relaunch another key dimension of our Signature Service for international customers, anchored by our industry leading Air Canada Signature Suite in Toronto’s Pearson Airport,” said Scott O’Leary, Vice President, Loyalty & Product, Air Canada. “Thanks to our partnership with Porsche, customers flying in International Signature Class can now experience their exciting and uncompromising vehicles. As we continue to restart key international routes, we look forward to welcoming our customers at Toronto Pearson with this one-of-a-kind airport premium experience in Canada, in partnership with one of the world’s most iconic luxury car brands.”

The Air Canada Chauffeur Service resumes April 21, 2022 for customers at Toronto Pearson. Following the reopening of the Air Canada Signature Suite at Vancouver International Airport later this spring, the service, in partnership with Porsche, is planned to be introduced later in 2022.