MONTREAL — Air Canada has teamed up with WeWork to launch a new feature to its Air Canada for Business program.
As part of the new partnership, members of Air Canada’s small to medium business program, who already enjoy exclusive offers, will now have discounted access to WeWork’s global network of more than 425 locations in 100 cities and 27 countries.
“The Air Canada for Business program is designed to evolve with new emerging business travel trends. Given we fly to over 60 destinations where WeWork offers workspace, we felt that this partnership would be an exciting new benefit for our members, business travellers working all over the world,” said Rania Chehade, National Manager of Air Canada for Business. “They now have easy and convenient options to book a workspace, hold business meetings and enjoy networking opportunities with their peers.”
WeWork’s spaces include everything business travellers need while on the road, from reliable Internet to printers and conference rooms.
Lior Eshkol, Senior Director of Global Product Commercialization at WeWork, added: “With Global Access, Air Canada for Business members will not only have the space they need to be productive, but will also be joining WeWork’s community of more than 400,000 members, who report that their proximity to other WeWork members gives them a competitive edge. We’re thrilled to welcome Air Canada’s small and medium business travellers to our global community.”
WeWork is the latest partner in Air Canada for Business’ network offering special business programs, corporate rates and tools. Other partners include Avis, Budget, Breather, Park’N Fly and Rover. The program also offers an extensive network with the participation of Lufthansa, Austrian, Brussels Airlines, Swiss, Eurowings and other select Air Canada partners.
To sign up, Air Canada for Business members can visit https://www.aircanada.com/ca/en/aco/home/book/business-travel/for-business/offers/wework.html.