1. Air Canada
As if flying Business Class with Air Canada couldn’t get any better, the company recently introduced the fully-enhanced Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft to its international fleet. Upgrades include the new Executive Pod on International Business Class flights, which lie flat. International Business Class service also provides complimentary kits filled with luxurious spa products, and, on board, there’s mood lighting that’s in sync with times zones to help alleviate jet lag. All Business Class passengers have access to the Maple Leaf Lounge, located in major airports across Canada and in select international cities, where they receive top-notch service. Onboard features include personal touch-screen TVs that are loaded with hours of entertainment, and menus offering gourmet cuisine, as well as premium wine and spirits.