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November 2008
YVR Air Mail - November Issue

Welcome to the November issue of YVR Air Mail, the official newsletter for YVR and the Airport Authority. We hope you enjoy it and we welcome your feedback.




Free WiFi Before You Fly


YVR is pleased to be the first major airport in Canada to offer free wireless access to the Internet (WiFi) throughout our terminals, both pre- and post-security.

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Canada Line Rolls into YVR Station


The Canada Line rapid transit link connecting YVR with Richmond and downtown Vancouver reached another milestone earlier this month with the first official passenger train ride.

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YVR Shops and Services Take Home International Awards

YVR's world-class selection of 160 shops, services and restaurants has once again been recognized with two awards from Airports Council International-North America.


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Your Input Requested

Vancouver Airport Authority is working to develop an observation and information area for the public at YVR.


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Powering YVR the Smart Way

We all know an airport is not a typical 9-to-5 business.


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'Tis Almost the Season

In anticipation of the holiday season, 30 elementary classes from schools throughout Metro Vancouver visited YVR this month with their hand-crafted ornaments to decorate trees as part of the 10th annual YVR Christmas Tree Decorating Contest.


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Hope Air Calls for Volunteer Pilots

Hope Air, the national charity that helps Canadians get to medical treatment when they cannot afford the flight costs, is seeking qualified pilots to volunteer their services for a great cause.


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Aircraft of the Month: Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is a mid-sized, wide-body, twin-enginge jet airliner currently being developed by Boeing.


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Did You Know?
Once complete, the $1.9-billion Canada Line elevated rapid-transit system will run completely separate from traffic and feature two bridges, approximately 19 kilometres of tunnel, and 16 stations, three of which are on Sea Island.


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