Air Canada Launches New “More to Travel” Campaign

Air Canada has launched a new marketing campaign, More to Travel, highlighting its commitment to providing comfort, service and experience.

“More to Travel is a promise to Air Canada customers to enhance and excite their travel experience when flying with us. We’ve invested in a wide breadth of product and service upgrades, giving them what they need for the kind of trip they’re on,” said Andy Shibata, Vice President, Brand at Air Canada.

The campaign features a 30-second video which will run through the summer on TV, digital, social, airport out-of-home and in-flight.

On 04MAY, Air Canada announced it is partnering with Bell to offer free messaging starting 15MAY for all Aeroplan members worldwide on all Wi-Fi equipped aircraft across Air Canada's fleet, including Air Canada Rouge and Air Canada Express flights.

Throughout the season, Air Canada said it will be announcing additional ways it is elevating its customer experience with more connectivity, in-flight entertainment, lounges and on-board dining, as well as new features on the Air Canada app.

For more information, visit Air Canada's website.

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