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Question: Maple Leaf Lounge at YYZ- for travel to US

Old Nov 2, 10, 1:25 pm
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Smile Maple Leaf Lounge at YYZ- for travel to US

This is a dumb question.
Is the Maple Leaf lounge at YYZ for US travel located after the US Customs pre-clearance as it is at YUL.
The YYZ map is very confusing.

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Old Nov 2, 10, 1:34 pm
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Yes, the Transborder MLL at YYZ T1 is located after US PFI and also after CATSA screening.

Access is via an elevator located in the extreme right corner, in a bit of an alcove, on the right side of the security screening hall, just next to the escalator that leads down to departure gate level.
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Old Nov 2, 10, 2:25 pm
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MLL at YYZ for US travel

Thanks for the response. It is no wonder I could not figure it out on the map.
Cheers:
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Old Nov 2, 10, 6:36 pm
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Originally Posted by aginghippie View Post
Thanks for the response. It is no wonder I could not figure it out on the map.
Cheers:
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what you have a map? did you have to give a special hand shake to get the map? or did you use AP points?
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Old Nov 2, 10, 7:03 pm
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Originally Posted by mtensioners View Post
what you have a map? did you have to give a special hand shake to get the map?
I personally find YYZ to be a very nice airport, not as nice as most other Canadian airports, but you really learn to appreciate YYZ if you travel through airports in the US or FRA on a regular basis.
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