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.
Employees are taking to the streets on two wheels this week to participate in the 2011 Bike to Work Week hosted Vancouver Area Cycling Commission (VACC).
Avast Ye! Life on the high seas will dock in Richmond this weekend. Ships to Shore 2011 will provide great entertainment in the community and draw visitors to the old fishing village of Steveston.
Every day at YVR you can see aircraft being pulled by tugs, however it’s not every day that you see 600 people joining together to pull an aircraft for a good cause.
We admit it: runway slab replacement didn’t exactly register on our virtual thermometer of what’s “cool” here at YVR. But after learning more about a recent project to replace some of the concrete slabs forming our 15-year-old north runway, we knew we had to equip our airside maintenance team with the tools to get some stunning visuals of this epic race against the clock.
On May 12, Vancouver Airport Authority presented its 2010 Annual Report and released results of a recent economic impact assessment.
With the warm air and lush green vegetation of spring now arrived, it’s the ideal time to explore the wonders of Sea Island on two wheels.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse were on hand today to make dreams come true…. California dreams, that is.