Be sure to make the most of the last few days of summer break with Take-Off Fridays at YVR. The popular nine-week celebration wraps up this Friday with a whole host of activities.
It’s been a few days since the Japadog Eating Contest here at YVR, and we’re still reeling from all the excitement of crowning Vancouver’s top dog.
With the 2012 Olympic Games kicking off tomorrow, fans will be glued to televisions across the world, cheering on their home teams in the hopes of getting a lucrative spot on the podium.
Forget the Olympics, we have the competition of the summer right here at YVR! Japadog, located here at the airport, is hosting a hotdog-eating contest to see who can eat the most Japadogs in 10 minutes.
Did you know that there are more than 30,000 parts in an aircraft engine? It takes a lot of time – and a lot of very, very smart people – to maintain the engines that put (and keep safe) aircraft passengers in the sky.
I signed up for a Wildlife Management lunch and learn with the intent of experiencing a part of the airport I rarely get to see. I went with few expectations, but gained more than I could have imagined.
The alarm clocks went off very early last Friday for a dedicated group of volunteers from YVR who hit the airfield to clear Foreign Object Debris (FOD) as part of the 20th annual FOD Walk.
Working at an international airport, we’re lucky to witness some pretty amazing family reunions every single day. And we’re anticipating even more heartwarming moments this weekend when children from across the country and world come home to B.C. for one special person: mom.
A pilot project born at YVR to reduce Customs Hall wait times and improve the overall passenger experience will expand to other Canadian airports this year.
YVR has just been named Best Airport in North America for the third year in a row as part of the 2012 Skytrax World Airport Awards. YVR also ranked in the top ten airports worldwide.