Business class travellers on VIA Rail’s Corridor routes can now experience many of the upgrades recently made to its Business class service
UPGRADES ON VIA RAIL'S BUSINESS CLASS SERVICE
Business class travellers on VIA Rail’s Corridor routes can now experience many of the upgrades recently made to its Business class service — including refurbished lounges, a more spacious environment onboard, a greener and more comfortable trip, new meals and more personalized service.
Some of the highlights include:
Relaxing Lounges As part of rail station upgrades, all seven Québec City-Windsor corridor Business lounges – in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, London, Dorval, Québec City and Kingston – have been completely refurbished. The new lounges provide a private, comfortable retreat with beverages, magazines and newspapers. Work stations and free Wi-Fi are also provided. In Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa, Business class lounges have a full business centre with PC and Apple computers and a colour laser printer. Business class travellers in Toronto also have access to a separate area for meetings on the go.
VIP Treatment on Board Business class travellers have priority boarding. From the moment they board, travellers will notice the personalized service such as hot towels, soft drinks and snacks, and a full bar service (included) which starts at 11 a.m
Delicious Meals Starting with breakfast, travellers will enjoy a full meal complemented by a large mug of fresh coffee. During both lunch and dinner, passengers can choose from a selection of gourmet cold or warm meals and a glass of wine. All beverages are included in Business class.
Plugged In Business travellers can stay connected on-board VIA Rail. Complimentary Wi-Fi access is available on all trains in the Québec City-Windsor corridor, enabling passengers to stay productive while travelling. In addition, every seat has its own electrical outlet.
Roomy cars The renovated cars offer passengers more space and additional leg-room, thanks to the new two-by-one seat configuration, which has one less seat per row.