We've teamed up with Quest Food Exchange to launch Final Boarding Call for Pennies, a penny drive to raise funds to help children gain access to lunches during the summer months.
Like moths to a flame, there’s nothing that draws a cluster of passengers waiting for a flight more than an elusive power outlet. Most airport terminals were built well before the invention of portable technology, meaning that power outlets can be few and far between.
YVR is proud of its First Nations heritage and showcases this relationship through the art displayed at the airport for all to enjoy. Through its sponsorship of the YVR Art Foundation (YVRAF), the Airport Authority continues to support young artists encouraging them to excel in their craft.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse were on hand today to make dreams come true…. California dreams, that is.
YVR has been working on something pretty cool; in fact, it’s the first of its kind in Canada: a state-of-the-art Ground Run-up Enclosure (GRE) that will reduce aircraft noise in the community.
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.
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.