Watching a group of Vikings haul Icelandair's 757 across the airfield defintiely ranks among the most unique aircraft entrances in YVR history.
Air Canada rouge will serve seven key U.S. leisure destnations, including Phoenix.
The skies opened between Vancouver, Reykjavik and 20-plus European destinations when Icelandair inaugurated its new twice-weekly, seasonal service from YVR on May 14.
YVR's Summer Festival Series is back! And this time, we've got a Flight Crew on board.
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. May's pick is this great shot of Saskatchewan from Donald Hunter
Take a look at our video and share in our excitement as we welcome Icelandair, which now offers twice-weekly seasonal service between Vancouver, Reykjavik and more than 20 European destinations.
Maybe in the year 2196 you will be able to catch a flight at YVR to a few years down the road, see how future you is doing and grab a cocktail in New New Westminster.
Dripping with nostalgia, the Douglas DC-3 is an American-made, fixed-wing propeller aircraft that revolutionized air transport in the 1930s and ‘40s.
Dedicated rain-or-shine cyclists, recreational bike lovers and amateur cyclists are all invited to get their bikes out on the road and join in one of many Bike to Work Week events around the Lower Mainland, including here at YVR.
Versatile and sturdy, steel is a vital material that brings the A-B Connector facility to life. Meet the men behind the metal in this video.