Look up. Look waaaaayyyyyyyyyy up. The art and architectural features at YVR are all around you, even high up in the rafters.
Work is well underway on the new A-B Connector Project, an upgraded area of YVR’s domestic terminal designed to make the airport experience more efficient – and more pleasurable – for passengers travelling to Canadian destinations. But before we show you how the new A-B Connector will go up, we wanted to share what happens to parts of the 1968-era terminal that had to come down.
What a year for YVR on Twitter! We started the year with less than 10,000 followers and with a lot of links and a tonne of twitpics, we remain the top-tweeting Canadian airport.
Sometimes when you're travelling it's hard to look anywhere but forward. Here's another reason to stop and look up.
The historic Burberry brand has finally touched down at YVR, joining the award-winning group of World Duty Free retail outlets located in the International Departures Terminal, after security.
WestJet Encore's new twice-daily, non-stop service between YVR and Terrace takes off today from Vancouver International Airport to Terrace-Kitimat' s Northwest Regional Airport where there will be a ceremony celebrating the new service.
An Air Canada flight from Toronto arrived at YVR recently with 120 passengers that thought they were just going to the carousel to pick up their luggage. Instead, Aeroplan teamed up with Bentley to provide each person with a brand new piece of luggage, and a chance to win 250,000 Aeroplan miles.
For the next few months, representatives will be on site at YVR to help promote the travel.gc.ca tool to travellers and answer any and all questions people have regarding travelling abroad.
This month we feature a truly one-of-a-kind bird as our Aircraft of the Month. This truly unique Navajo Chieftain PA 31-350 features an original piece of art from by celebrated Canadian artist and storyteller Roy Henry Vickers as the tail art.
Every month we pick one of the many incredible entries to our Canada from the Air photo project and feature it as our Photo of the Month. For November we selected this beauty from Colin Wu, who snapped this amazing picture while visiting the Yukon.