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Rob Lowe Declares 'Victory' Over Air Canada

07/03/2015 02:58 EDT | Updated 07/03/2015 02:59 EDT

Rob Lowe has declared victory in his beef with Air Canada.

Last year, the star of "The West Wing" criticized the carrier for a lack of leg room on a rouge flight between Vancouver and Los Angeles.

He later tweeted a photo of rouge staffers' outfits, just to prove his point.

Lowe tweeted, and on Thursday, the airline responded.

Patrick Khoury, Air Canada's senior director of U.S. sales, told the actor via Twitter that the company brought Business Class seats back to its Rouge flights.

And that had Lowe ecstatic.

In a Wednesday news release, Air Canada said it has finished the conversion of its Premium rouge cabin on its Airbus A319 from a three-by-three seat arrangement with a "blocked middle seat" to a two-by two seat formation. It has also added an extra 30 per cent of carry-on space, starting this summer.

Perhaps the lesson here is to tell Rob Lowe anytime you have a problem with Air Canada. The man gets results.

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