Football fan stuck at the airport this Sunday? We have you covered with all the best spots to catch Seahawks v. Broncos at YVR.
The final numbers are in: 2013 was a record year for passenger travel at YVR.
The A-B Connector Project has already had some pretty cool components, but this latest phase of construction saw some incredible feats of engineering and logistics with the delivery of giant steel trusses, each roughly the size of Q400 aircraft.
We appreciate all forms of art here at YVR, as evidenced by our vast collection of incredible work created by local First Nations artists. Here is a shortlist of aviation-inspired art that deserves a closer look.
People-watch in peace or knock a few errands off of your to-do list with these lesser-known YVR features.
Fog poses a unique challenge for pilots in that you can't really see in fog. You would think that would make landing aircraft impossible but there's no fuss over fog for pilots flying in and out of YVR, which utilizes an Instrument Landing System (ILS) to guide pilots down to the ground safely when fog is at its thickest.
Join us on Friday, January 31, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to celebrate Chinese New Year at YVR. Celebrations will take place around The Spirit of Haida Gwaii: The Jade Canoe sculpture, and include live musical entertainment, Chinese ink brush calligraphy demonstrations, fortune-telling and a traditional lion dance.
The first Aircraft of the Month feature for 2014 is bestowed upon the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.
The YVR community is abuzz with the news of Dreamliners touching down soon at YVR.
On a recent airside media tour, I had the chance to meet Hercules, Goliath and Dash, three trained raptors with a very important job in our effort to ensure the safe and efficient movement of aircraft and passengers to and from our airport.