Rewards for your company's loyalty

Air Canada Corporate Rewards is more than a travel management tool. It's our way of thanking companies and their employees for their loyalty. Rewards can be shared among employees, on top of the Aeroplan® Miles and Altitude Qualifying miles they earn simply by flying with Air Canada.

Once your company is enrolled, your employees will start earning discounts on Air Canada flights and services at each revenue threshold. The more your company spends throughout this program, the more benefits it will reap. Your discounts levels and rewards are defined based on the revenue threshold your company reaches at each enrollment anniversary year.

Rewards include:

  • Air Canada flight booking discounts
  • Advanced seat selection
  • eUpgrade credits
  • Maple Leaf™ Lounge access
  • On My Way™ travel assistance
  • Car rentals corporate rates in partnership with Avis® & Budget®

We go the extra mile with bonus rewards

At your enrollment anniversary, your company will earn bonus rewards based on the revenue thresholds you have reached the previous year.

Bonus Rewards include:

  • Maple Leaf Club™ membership,
  • Complimentary advanced seat selection
  • eUpgrades credits

How can you earn rewards?

Every time your company reaches a revenue threshold based on eligible fares and flights booked for your business travel, you will earn discounts applicable on all of Air Canada and Air Canada Express flights with exclusive rewards and complimentary services that can be shared throughout the employees of your company.

Your company will be notified by email every time it reaches a new revenue threshold and is entitled to discounts and rewards. All your rewards and discounts can be booked and tracked online through our exclusive easy to use online tool.

Exclusive members offers

From day one, all program members can enjoy exclusive special offers to help your company make the best of business travel.

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