Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge

Lounge closed: The Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge at Newark airport closed permanently in September 2021 due to terminal construction. Air Canada will temporarily be operating from a different pier in the current Terminal A structure, prior to eventually moving to the New Terminal A.

The basics
Operated by
Air Canada (AC)
Air Canada (AC)
Bathroom: yesBusiness Center: yesComplimentary Wi-Fi: yesShowers: noFamily Room: noSmoking Room: no
Other amenities:           
Overall ratings

  • The Lounge is poor at best.
    1. The reception folks both times I visited are less than warm and hospitable
    2. The food options at breakfast are pathetic, some boxed cereal, toast, maybe bananas, and coffee – AC needs to look at what the competition does.
    Better off sitting in main waiting area and paying for food.

  • C Pelpola

    For all those arguing to get into this lounge, there is a saying you should ask “is this the hill I want to die on?”. This “lounge” is not worth your energy nor frustration. Maybe if the lounge folks ran a map in the bathroom near the urinals that may help, or perhaps if coffee machine actually made a decent coffee?

    Then there is the incredibly shitty process of sending business class passengers through to the longest security line possible. Not a great experience and will make me avoid this lounge and Air Canada business class flights to EWR from now on.

  • The Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge at Newark airport Terminal A is a quiet and comfortable space to sit and enjoy a light meal. While new, the lounge is not modern by any means, but it’s functional and convenient.

  • Pat

    does not allow priority pass after 3pm!!

  • David Deane

    This lounge is an absolute joke. The food is like leftoveruffet waste. There are no beverages at all all set in a most unappealing decore. They have t least three in the kitchen pretending to be busy, coming out regularly chewing food. Seriously I have been a fan of air Canada. But sitting here with a 2 hour delay before 20 hours return flights with air Canada in business, they just might loose me and plenty of referrals.
    It may well be new but why bother with such a poor effort.

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