Santa took a quick break from his workshop last week to help celebrate our third-annual YVR Christmas Hamper Drive in support of Quest Food Exchange. The YVR community truly came together to provide 417 complete meals to families in need this season.
There are so many fun things planned for in and around the terminal this holiday season.
バンクーバーへようこそ! Vancouver e youkoso! That translates in English to Welcome to Vancouver! YVR is thrilled to announce that All Nippon Airways will begin daily non-stop service between Vancouver and Tokyo Haneda Airport staring in March 2014.
The YVR Art Foundation (YVRAF) is now accepting applications for the 2014 Youth Scholarship and the new Mid-Career Artist Scholarship Awards. Emerging BC First Nations artists who have been accepted to study with a mentor or at a formal institution of learning are invited to submit their applications no later than Friday, January 31st, 2014.
Travelling through YVR this holiday season? Follow these tips to keep your spirits bright, from check-in to takeoff.
Look up. Look waaaaayyyyyyyyyy up. The art and architectural features at YVR are all around you, even high up in the rafters.
Work is well underway on the new A-B Connector Project, an upgraded area of YVR’s domestic terminal designed to make the airport experience more efficient – and more pleasurable – for passengers travelling to Canadian destinations. But before we show you how the new A-B Connector will go up, we wanted to share what happens to parts of the 1968-era terminal that had to come down.
I'm happy to report that the YVR School Tour Program has landed safely after another successful year.
What a year for YVR on Twitter! We started the year with less than 10,000 followers and with a lot of links and a tonne of twitpics, we remain the top-tweeting Canadian airport.
Sometimes when you're travelling it's hard to look anywhere but forward. Here's another reason to stop and look up.