Vancouver’s biggest festival, Celebration of Light is back! This year, USA, France and Japan will be competing for bragging rights like no other as part of the largest annual offshore fireworks competition in the world, and you can watch it all from the YVR Observation Deck.
The YVR Flight Crew was out in full force again this past weekend at Holland Park in Surrey for the Fusion Festival.
For the last three years, YVR has partnered with Spinal Cord Injury BC (SCI BC), WestJet and CATSA to provide a travel “rehearsal” for people new to wheelchairs. This informative tour delivers the real travel experience in a controlled, stress-free environment.
YVR's Summer Festival Series is back! And this time, we've got a Flight Crew on board.
Whenever I hear “educational” and “fun” used in the same sentence I become skeptical. My doubts quickly faded away after a recent trip to Science World’s LEGO travel adventure exhibit presented by YVR.
A new interactive guided tour will soon be available for community groups keen to learn more about North America's top airport.
I'm happy to report that the YVR School Tour Program has landed safely after another successful year.
Over the last three months I have been travelling to festivals all around the Lower Mainland to talk about our airport and some of its key contributions to the region. Here are the top 5 highlights from my summer adventures!
The Maritime Festival had something for everyone. The popular YVR Community Stage was rocking all weekend featuring performances from The Nautical miles, The Wild Moccasin Dancers, Ruby’s Uke’s, Roku Shichi Taiko, and the Steveston folk mob.
It’s what you’ve been waiting for all summer…The highly anticipated Honda Celebration of Light kicked off on Saturday, July 27 entertaining more than 250,000 fireworks enthusiasts. Every year, three countries light up Vancouver’s English Bay competing for the sought-after title and some serious bragging rights.