YVR has a comprehensive Wildlife Management Program that employs a number of tactics to help keep metal birds and our feathered friends separated. One of those tactics is using highly-trained K9s that scare off birds when they encroach on runway areas.
With the first images of what will be the world's biggest aircraft just released, we thought we would take a closer look at a gargantuan bird that has visited YVR over the years.
Submitted via email by Elissa Berrill, this amazing pic taken from an airplane window captures the spectacular, sprawling beauty of the Northwest Territories in as seen above from thousands of feet in the air.
Stars… they shine every day at YVR. Customer care stars, that is. They are the airport workers and volunteers who help people navigate the terminal, sort out airline reservations, ensure luggage arrives promptly at the carousel, and assist in countless other ways.
YVR's goal is to connect B.C. proudly to the world, so we were extremely proud that a recent study conducted by BCBusiness magazine named us one of the 20 Most Loved Brands in B.C.
YVR will be hosting an exciting in-terminal activation on Thursday to help kick-off the 100-day countdown to the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015.
Qantas recently announced that it will return to YVR with an extended 2015 seasonal schedule.
Big BorderXpress news out of Nassau, The Bahamas today, where YVR’s President & CEO joined airport executives to cut the ribbon and officially unveil 20 BorderXpress kiosks at Nassau’s Sir Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA).
What a journey! This project has been years in the making and required thousands of hours of work, but the A-B Connector is finally ready for the public to enjoy.