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  • Cherry Blossom Festival at YVR Photo Contest

    Sunday was a special day at Larry Berg Flight Path Park as we welcomed the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival to YVR for the first time. So we had a photo contest!
  • Getting to Know Icelandair and Iceland

    One of the reasons we are so excited to welcome Icelandair and introduce Reykjavik as a non-stop destination from YVR is that Iceland is such a unique airline and interesting place to visit that not many people know a lot about.
  • Cherry Blossom Festival Blooms at YVR

    Spring has finally sprung and not a moment too soon! To celebrate, YVR is hosting a Cherry Blossom Community Day – part of the annual Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival (VCBF) – at Larry Berg Flight Path Park.
  • National Volunteer Week and the Power of Green

    Whether it be a youth soccer coach, community watch or maybe an airport Green Coat Volunteer, we all owe a debt of gratitude to the volunteers of Canada, all 13.3 million of them.
  • On Approach with Rachelle Ornan - Director of Cabin Experience at Boeing

    When the first Dreamliner touched down at YVR earlier this year, it was a big deal, and we were lucky enough to have some folks from the manufacturer Boeing join us for the inaugural. One of those people was Rachelle Ornan, Ph. D, Regional Director of Cabin Experience and Revenue Analysis.
  • All Nippon Airways Inaugural Video

    We recently welcomed All Nippon Airways to the runways of YVR with a big inaugural bash complete with a sake barrel and Japadog.
  • Five Reasons to Fly ANA

    With the arrival of another new airline to YVR in 2014 – All Nippon Airways – passengers have many options when it comes to which carrier they choose to fly with. Some people might be hesitant to try out a new airline, but here are a few reasons you may want to fly ANA in the future.
  • Fun Fact Friday: ANA Edition

    With the arrival of another new airline this Sunday, we thought we would dedicate our weekly Fun Fact Friday to All Nippon Airways.
  • Earth Hour at YVR

    YVR will seem a little dimmer this Saturday as some of the terminal lights are switched off for Earth Hour - an annual worldwide event that encourages everyone to turn off their lights to raise awareness about power consumption and the need to take action on climate change. Millions of people around the world will switch off their lights on March 29, 2014 from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Lights in the Domestic and International terminal buildings will be turned off for one hour but don’t worry operations will not be affected.
  • YVR Named Best Airport in North America for Fifth Straight Year

    What a day! We are all so excited here at YVR to have been named the Best Airport in North America for a fifth straight year at the Skytrax World Airport Awards today in Barcelona.
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