Monday, April 28 marks the launch of daily service to Las Vegas aboard Air Canada's rouge. Another inaugural to celebrate in 2014!
The end of April brings with it a big deadline for the YVR team: publishing our Annual Report and planning our Annual Public Meeting.
We recently celebrated being named Best Airport in North America for a fifth year in a row by, you guessed it: throwing a party! To recognize the Skytrax World Airport Awards win and – more importantly – thank the passengers who voted us #1, we took to the terminals to hand out YVR Bucks, chocolate stars and smiles.
This gorgeous aerial photograph of Tofino definitely deserves the Photo of the Month title for April.
On the left a picture of the brand new terminal constructed in 1968 complete with air traffic control tower and for the time, modern architectural features. Look at that bus!
Sunday was a special day at Larry Berg Flight Path Park as we welcomed the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival to YVR for the first time. So we had a photo contest!
One of the reasons we are so excited to welcome Icelandair and introduce Reykjavik as a non-stop destination from YVR is that Iceland is such a unique airline and interesting place to visit that not many people know a lot about.
Spring has finally sprung and not a moment too soon! To celebrate, YVR is hosting a Cherry Blossom Community Day – part of the annual Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival (VCBF) – at Larry Berg Flight Path Park.
Whether it be a youth soccer coach, community watch or maybe an airport Green Coat Volunteer, we all owe a debt of gratitude to the volunteers of Canada, all 13.3 million of them.
When the first Dreamliner touched down at YVR earlier this year, it was a big deal, and we were lucky enough to have some folks from the manufacturer Boeing join us for the inaugural. One of those people was Rachelle Ornan, Ph. D, Regional Director of Cabin Experience and Revenue Analysis.