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  • Explore the Unexpected: Korea Awaits

    Cycle to beaches like Gisamun and Jangyo. Bike up and down the mountains of Seoraksan and Chiaksan. Then soothe your body by wading in springs, waterfalls and mineral pools in Gangwon Province.
  • Photo of the Month: The Black Tusk

    Every month we pick one of the incredible submissions we receive for our Canada from the Air campaign and honour it as of Photo of the Month.
  • Canadian Airports Safety Week at YVR

    Safety is THE most important thing at YVR, which is why we are so excited about Canadian Airports Safety Week. YVR, along with 23 airports across Canada, launched Canadian Airports Safety Week on Monday, an airport-led initiative to promote healthy and safe work practices among airport employees.
  • Trilateral Travel Agreement Announced Between U.S., Mexico and Canada

    Good news for frequent travellers between the U.S., Canada and Mexico — a trilateral agreement between the three countries was recently announced that will make travel between the three countries more efficient.
  • New Tools Available for Families Living With Autism

    Families living with autism face unique challenges when travelling and we were excited to be able to provide an opportunity for families to decrease anxiety while travelling in order to experience flying in a positive way.
  • The Pancake Breakfast Returns

    The YVR Airside Emergency Services team is once again hosting its Pancake Breakfast in support of the BC Professional Firefighters Burn Fund. The breakfast-by-donation will be matched by the Airport Authority with profits sent to the Burn Fund to help send kids to Burn Camp.
  • New Entry Requirements for Travel to Canada

    The government of Canada has recently updated its entry requirements for travellers to Canada arriving by air.
  • Aircraft of the Month: British Airways Airbus A380

    The big bird is coming to YVR! British Airways has announced that from May 1, 2016 it will begin flying its state-of-the-art Airbus A380 superjumbo daily between Vancouver International Airport, Canada and London Heathrow, UK
  • Join Team YVR for the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

    What started as a small initiative to cleanup Stanley Park’s shores in 1994 has grown into a national program that encourages communities across Canada to clean up their local shorelines.
  • Craig's Corner: Project Night Owl

    It will be no surprise to most travelers that the Vancouver Airport is a 24-hour enterprise. YVR’s Maintenance, Operations and Engineering departments work around the clock, as do many of our business partners including ambulance, security, police, cleaners and airside escorts. What are they all doing? They’re taking care of our passengers.
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