There are some fresh new perks for travelers who touch down at Toronto Pearson International Airport:
In addition to a “re-vesting” area (Milwaukee’s Mitchell Airport calls theirs a ‘recombobulation area’) just past the security checkpoint for domestic departures in Terminal 1, passengers at Toronto Pearson Airport now have access to a selection of complimentary ebooks from HarperCollins Canada and music from Sony Music Canada.
The books and music will be refreshed monthly and are available on the Cloud 10 website, which is accessible via the airport’s free Wi-Fi network – all courtesy of American Express Canada.
The perks at Pearson get better if you have certain American Express cards (Platinum, Gold Rewards, etc.)
Everyone gets free Wi-Fi and access to that re-vesting area, but other benefits include access to priority security lanes, Plaza Premium Lounge access, access to a priority lane for taxis and limos, complimentary valet service and discounts on parking and car care services.
(This chart shows which cards get you which benefits.)
This airport also offers some other worthwhile services and amenities:
The Samsonite shop not only sells luggage and travel accessories, but will store luggage and other things, including coats – which you can leave behind for $2 a day (or $9 a week).
And this past year the airport replaced 3,600 pay-per-use baggage carts with 5,000 free ones.