Facts and Stats
Looking for information on YVR? This page contains up-to-date facts and stats—from passenger numbers to airport features and aircraft movements.
- 68,730 Total enplaned and deplaned passengers
- 16,572 Total cargo movements (tonnes)
- 4,944 Total aircraft runway movements
- 624 Total non runway (floatplane,charter and helicopter) movements
Passenger, aircraft and cargo movement reports
Summer Travel Tips
With close to 100,000 people travelling through YVR a day, we encourage passengers to plan ahead and allow ample time to check in, clear security and board their flight. YVR offers the following travel tips on how to best prepare and what to expect when travelling through the airport this summer.
Since 1992, providing universal access has been a top priority in every expansion and new building project at Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Today, YVR is considered one of the most accessible airports in the world.
Art and Architecture
For many visitors, Vancouver International Airport (YVR) provides the first and last impression of British Columbia with art and architecture reflective of the province’s diverse landscape and people. YVR currently houses the largest collection of Northwest Coast Native art in the world.
Vancouver International Airport is home to two satellite Vancouver Aquarium Marine Exhibits – a 114,000-litre main aquarium and a smaller 1,800-litre jellyfish aquarium – that house a rich collection of marine life native to British Columbia.
For more information on the main aquarium, including its many animals, visit ocean.org/yvr.
Ground Run-up Enclosure
Vancouver Airport Authority announced details of Canada’s first Ground Run-up Enclosure (GRE), a state-of-the-art facility designed to minimize noise from engine run-ups that are conducted as part of regular aircraft maintenance work.
Maintaining a safe and secure airfield for aircraft and passengers is the focus of everything we do at Vancouver International Airport, including Vancouver Airport Authority’s snow response program.