Air Canada and Cirque du Soleil® announced the renewal of their exclusive partnership that will see Air Canada continue as the official airline for Big Top and Arena shows in Canada, the U.S., Europe and Australia through December 2024. The two globally renowned, Quebec-based companies will celebrate bringing Canadian creativity and talent to the world at tonight’s Montreal premiere of Corteo by Cirque du Soleil at the Bell Centre.
Since January 2020, Air Canada has been the official airline flying Cirque du Soleil’s employees and artists to shows in many destinations around the world. The partnership renewal allows Air Canada to continue being a champion of Canadian and global talent in the sky and on the world’s stage. As a global airline, Air Canada flies to six continents and close to 200 destinations, including several of Cirque du Soleil’s 2023 tours in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, Los Angeles, Denver, and London, to name a few.
More than 125 million spectators have experienced a Cirque du Soleil Big Top or Arena show since 1984 as its wonderous productions remain enduring and relevant in culture, internationally.
The multi-year agreement includes brand inclusion in Cirque du Soleil’s communications campaigns, on-site visibility and promotional privileges, in addition to a robust hospitality package across all territories.
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