Summer means a lot of things at YVR: More flights, more passengers, more sunny days and of course, YVR Take-Off Fridays!
Another month, another stunning photo of our incredible country taken from an airplane window.
YVR and China are even more connected after China Eastern began direct service to Kunming Changshui International Airport (KMG) via Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) from YVR on Friday.
On June 24, Minister Alice Wong launched Transport Canada’s “Not a Bright Idea” campaign at YVR, together with YVR, RCMP and Nav Canada.
Looking to quickly hop in to a vehicle and hit the road upon arrival at YVR? Aside from all of our traditional car rental companies at YVR, the airport also has a number of car share options now available.
YVR's Senior Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer Glenn McCoy has been with Vancouver Airport Authority since its inception in 1992. He has seen runways built, new terminals constructed and been with the airport through it all, working to make sure our house is in order, and allowing the Best Airport in North America (six years in a row!) to flourish and grow under his stewardship.
You'd think a nighttime takeoff wouldn't make for the best photo, but the bright, city lights emanating from Cowtown shine so strong they earned Instagram user @jacqjones23 our Photo of the Month!
The AeroMexico Boeing 737-700 (pictured above with its old livery) is part of the Next Generation (737NG) series of aircraft, the name given to the 600,700,800, and 900 series of the updated version of the classic 737, which offers passengers a quieter and more fuel efficient aircraft.
YVR recently held its Annual Public Meeting to go over all the amazing things that happened at YVR in 2014 (Year of the Dreamliner!) and to also talk about the future of the airport.
YVR-developed technology is now making waves at the Canada Place Cruise Terminal after 10 BorderXpress Automated Passport Control (APC) kiosks were recently installed just in time for the busy cruise season.