We take one week out of each year, Women of Aviation Week, to celebrate and highlight the importance of women in the aviation industry. Whether it be those early female pioneers of the sky who bravely broke down barriers, or more modern examples of women who have taken to the sky, it's important to recognize the vital role females play in the aviation industry all over the world.
B.C's first luxury designer outlet centre is set to open in the spring of 2015, with construction now underway at the 30-acre site on YVR land.
The A-B Connector Project has already had some pretty cool components, but this latest phase of construction saw some incredible feats of engineering and logistics with the delivery of giant steel trusses, each roughly the size of Q400 aircraft.
After making an unscheduled stop at Vancouver International Airport, Santa takes advantage of the retail options in-terminal to relax and take care some of last-minute Christmas shopping. Apparently, YVR’s shops truly offer something for everyone.
Canada’s Safest Employers recently named Vancouver Airport Authority the safest employer in the transportation category among companies from across Canada.
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.