Epic feats of strength took place at YVR last weekend and all for a good cause as part of the ORBIS Canada Pull for Sight, a charity that raises awareness and funds for the ORBIS Kids Sight Program, which works to eliminate blindness in children in developing countries.
Excitement and anticipation filled the air today as Virgin Atlantic Airways' inaugural flight from London Heathrow touched down at YVR.
The super moon appeared earlier this month, but we just saw these photos and they’re too amazing not to share with you. The shots were taken by Daniel Namdari, a Securiguard employee here at YVR and he was kind enough to let us post them.
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.
North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH for short - we airport people like our acronyms!) week kicked off at YVR today with an opening event and wellness fair.
Braydon Luscombe, who has been sponsored by Vancouver Airport Authority for four years, recently finished his first year at the senior national level with two World Cup events.
If you’re a Vancouver local, the word Terimayo immediately sparks excitement and a few hunger pangs. That’s because Terimayo is the signature hotdog by Japadog, a popular Vancouver food cart.