For the second year in a row, we’re donning our pointy party hats (but not so pointy that security would confiscate them) and celebrating YVR’s ranking as the Best Airport in North America.
We’re working with local travel expert and familiar face Claire Newell to promote some of YVR’s best retail and dining features this season.
Gateway Valet & Concierge launched its Prefera program this week, which offers customers one point for every net dollar spent on parking or auto detailing through its services at YVR.
From ethnic staples like sushi and samosas to Canadian standards like coffee and donuts, YVR has no shortage of offerings to tame even the fiercest of appetites. In fact, our food is so popular amongst our travellers and employees that YVR was recognized earlier this month as the “Airport with the Best Overall Concessions Program” by the Airport Revenue News’ prestigious Best Airport & Concessionaire Awards.
Have you ever wondered what happens to items that are unclaimed from YVR’s Lost & Found desk? Often they end up at Vancouver Airport Chaplaincy’s Thrift Store on Miller Road right here on Sea Island
Just this week, two wolf eels moved into YVR’s 114,000-litre aquarium located in the departures area of the International Terminal. The new residents are massively misunderstood; they’re like the Hunchback of YVR, the Beast to YVR’s Beauty, and many other gentle giant references.
Chris, a local Richmond videographer and blogger, produces a blog called The Richmond Reel that highlights Richmond’s history, culture, attractions and cool events and activities.
The Spring Warehouse sale at YVR is taking place today, March 2, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the East Concourse, located in the U.S. Departures terminal.