Welcome aboard Air Canada’s newest business class cabin available on their Dreamliners. These seats are comfortable yet modern, offering you luxury at every level.

With entertainment screens that are easily accessible, seats that lie completely flat, electrical outlets for all your devices, and dishes to keep you full and satisfied, Business Class on Air Canada’s brand new 787 Dreamliner is a complete game-changer.

Here’s what you can expect the next time you book a seat on this splendid carrier.

Seating

Air Canada Business Class Seat

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Expectations for how business class should be has drastically changed in the past few years, which is why the world’s top airlines are retrofitting and completely remodeling their upper class cabins. Air Canada took the initiative and developed Executive Pods with an adjustable seat that lies fully flat, extending to 80 inches.

Moreover, the headrest has massage functions to provide you one of the most comfortable rides. Other features include a touch handset, universal power port, USB outlet and tray table.

The business class cabin has been designed in a 1-2-1 layout with direct aisle access and window views—a desirable configuration that we are seeing more and more these days.

If you’re in for a long-haul, you can snuggle up to a 100 percent cotton duvet as you drift off into deep, comfortable sleep.

Entertainment

Air Canada Business Class Entertainment

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Air Canada has the largest business class entertainment screen for any North American carrier, spanning at a full 18 inches. Keep your self entertained for over 600 hours with the latest films, music, TV shows, podcasts, audiobooks and en route city guides.

Dining

Air Canada Business Class Dining

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Air Canada’s seasonal dining menu is full of options to keep your stomach full—choose from appetizers and main dishes, to desserts with complementing wines, champagnes and liquors. 

The first meal begins after take off, which includes an appetizer of poached chilled prawns with fennel, orange, pickled onion, horseradish celeriac puree and breadcrumbs, followed by a selection of fine cheeses and fruit. 

The main course all depends on the region you’re flying from, but many options are Canadian-influenced, but can also encompass other cultures such as Thai, Chinese, and even Moroccan. 

Desserts are presented on a trolley, where you can choose from a variety of fruits, cookies, chocolate and ice cream. Top it off with some cappuccino and espresso (also available on demand), and you’ve got yourself the ultimate ending to a delicious multi-course meal. 

If you’re not hungry when breakfast, lunch or dinner is served, feel free to eat from their Flexible Meal menu, where you can devour any of the featured main courses at a time that’s right for you.

Looking for quick tour of Air Canada’s Business Class cabin aboard their Dreamliners? Check out the video below, courtesy of Air Canada. 

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