YVR's new token-based system is the latest example of our commitment to environmental sustainability in that chip-embedded plastic tokens replace paper tickets as a means to reduce waste
New stunning cedar carvings have been installed at the Link Rotunda area of YVR’s Domestic Terminal, after security near C Pier departure gates. Carved by acclaimed artist Reg Davidson,
A new, green parking system is on the way for YVR. Reusable chip-embedded plastic tokens will soon replace the thousands of paper tickets printed monthly. The new system will go live on December 7 and is another example of YVR’s commitment to leadership in sustainability.
Whether it’s the status of your flight, the closest bathroom to your gate or even the whereabouts of your favourite cup of java, there’s an app to help you find just that at YVR.
From the corners of YVR’s terminal buildings to airports across the province and country, Gerry Bruno is known as one of aviation’s most ardent supporters. Yesterday, the longtime YVR champion was honored by his peers for his outstanding contribution to British Columbia’s aviation industry.
With the first phase of this exciting capital project now complete, we are starting to see the A-B Connector take shape.
With his jet-setting background and numerous international postings, there’s arguably no better fit than an international airport for Karan Suri.Prior to recently touching down at YVR as the new executive chef at The Fairmont Vancouver Airport, Suri’s culinary tour included Singapore, Dubai, Nairobi and New Delhi, after all.
YVR is in the midst of building its new Airside Operations Building, a state-of-the-art facility that will open in January.
Cycling safety improvements continue on YVR’s Sea Island home this summer, with the widening of bike lanes on both sides of the Arthur Laing Bridge.
Hot summer nights are here, and what better way to enjoy them than a visit to the iconic Richmond Night Market?