Air Canada Ties Up With WeWork To Offer Additional Services to its Business Customers


Air Canada has teamed up with the global network of workspace provider WeWork to help its customers avail advanced services. With the help of this development, the business members of Air Canada can access the workstations of WeWork located across 425 locations at discounted rates. That is to say, as they travel on various business tours, they have the option to work in well-designed workspaces at a lower price. As per the current scenario, WeWork comprises a of total 400,000 members who enjoy working in a collaborative space with most of the facilities available at their disposal. According to Rania Chehade, National Manager of Air Canada for Business, this partnership was carried out keeping in view the goodwill of their members. As most of the members travel for business purposes, the idea was to come up with a convenient workspace to help them work on their assignments without any external disruption.

How will the members benefit?

Air Canada operates in 60 different locations and has a long list of members. In the same manner, WeWork has its centers operating in the same areas. For the sake of the convenience of their members, Air Canada joined hands with the giant coworking facility, WeWork. The members now have the option to work at any location at a fairly lower cost. That is to say, they have global access to WeWork centers spread across these locations. The WeWork network covers around 100 cities and 27 countries. All of these locations offer great workspace solutions in addition to great facilities. Furthermore, these facilities are set up in a  manner to meet the professional work requirements. Moreover, this tie-up will open up more opportunities for travelers to work while being away from their offices.

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  • WeWork ties up with Air Canada to expand its services to business travelers
  • The members of Air Canada can access WeWork centers at discounted rates
  • This applies to both small and medium-sized business venture

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About Air Canada and WeWork

Air Canada is the biggest airline in Canada and has a place in the list of 20 largest airlines in the world. With its airports on 60 continents, it has served 51 million customers to date. On the other hand, WeWork is a global network of shared workspaces and is spread across 280 locations with more than 10,000 members. This collaboration has added yet another dimension to the coworking world. WeWork is known for embarking on new development projects as a part of its expansion program. And this event is a part of the whole program. As coworking options are becoming easily accessible, sooner or later, this industry will dominate the list of most preferred work options.

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Ajay Deep

Ajay Deep is the brain behind Coworking Mag. He founded this website to help startups and aspiring entrepreneurs find a coworking space in their city. He is a successful entrepreneur who started and scaled a bunch of startups – all from shared office spaces. He has visited hundreds of coworking spaces in different countries and is now an investor in this evergrowing idea of developing new coworking spaces. You may reach Ajay Deep at [email protected]
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