Yes, we’re only a few weeks into 2015 but I already have big news to share with you. On January 13, we officially opened the A-B Connector, a new upgrade and expansion to our old 1968 Domestic Terminal Building.
In his monthly column, YVR CEO Craig Richmond looks back on the incredible year that was at YVR, and what 2015 might hold for Vancouver International Airport.
This month my dream came true. Eleven months into our year of the Dreamliner, I finally got to fly on China Southern’s new Boeing 787 from Guangzhou to Vancouver.
To stay ahead of the game and take our airport, our hub, to the next level, we need to think imaginatively. Our opportunity is becoming a hub of innovation, a sustainable hub, a hub of world-class experiences and finally the next great transit hub. Let me explain…
September is a busy month for us in aviation industry because it's when we hit to road to talk with airlines and bring in new services.
With a bustling summer behind us, our focus turns now to getting out in the aviation community to further our focus on safety, innovation and growth.
Hands down, summer is my favourite time of year - and it's not just about the sunshine.
Our summer festival series is back, and we look forward to seeing you soon.
Watching a group of Vikings haul Icelandair's 757 across the airfield defintiely ranks among the most unique aircraft entrances in YVR history.
The end of April brings with it a big deadline for the YVR team: publishing our Annual Report and planning our Annual Public Meeting.