As rain pours down in Vancouver and the temperature dips into the single digits, a vacation to the Aloha state has never sounded better.
Plane-spotters who enjoy seeing Cathay Pacific’s Boeing 747-400 commercial flight take off and land at YVR better take one last glimpse before Cathay Pacific retires the aircraft on Saturday, October 27. To mark this occasion, we’re giving away several Cathay Pacific 747-400 models!
Today, YVR welcomed Sichuan Airlines’ inaugural flight to North America from inland China. This new service, between Vancouver International Airport and Chengdu, via Shenyang, will operate three times per week and is North America’s only direct flight to China’s interior, offering passengers more options and creating greater opportunities for business and tourism.
Excitement and anticipation filled the air today as Virgin Atlantic Airways' inaugural flight from London Heathrow touched down at YVR.
WestJet is launching two new daily, non-stop routes from YVR in May that might just put a couple extra destinations on the table and have you out exploring a new city.
This morning marked an important milestone in YVR’s ongoing plans to become a premier global gateway, as we welcomed the inaugural China Southern Airlines flight to Vancouver from Guangzhou.
Every day at YVR you can see aircraft being pulled by tugs, however it’s not every day that you see 600 people joining together to pull an aircraft for a good cause.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse were on hand today to make dreams come true…. California dreams, that is.
It’s the kind of success story we love: a small B.C. company offering remote area cargo service grows to offer passenger service through a full fleet of Dash-8 aircraft, and eventually builds its customer base to sustain operations out of our Main Domestic Terminal.
Did you know that KLM is the oldest airline in the world still operating under its original name? And here’s another fun fact: we’re celebrating the 25th anniversary of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines’ operations at Vancouver International Airport.