Travelling in a large group can be as challenging as it can be fun. More people means more bags, more documents, more opinions and, of course, more time needed to get from A to B. Which means more chances to leave something behind, just ask the McAllisters!
With a record 1.6 million passengers travelling through YVR in December and upwards of 70,000 people a day during peak travel season, it's important to keep security screening moving smoothly.
If you know you are going to leave your vehicle at the airport while away for the holidays, plan ahead and save a whole bunch of money.
You arrive at the airport with a smile on your face and a spring in your step, check in and make your way through security screening with plenty of time to spare. Now what?
Are you flying somewhere sunny for a winter getaway? Do yourself a favour and check your coat here at YVR before you take off for fun in the sun.
Today marks the start of YVR's 12 Days of Holiday Travel Tips.
YVR’s BorderXpress kiosks recently made their international debut at Queen Beatrix International Airport on the stunning Caribbean island of Aruba.
We are happy to announce that YVR has embarked on using Therapy Dogs to help soothe weary travellers and cheer people up throughout the terminal.
Over the last two weekends, Team YVR was busy participating in the Grey Cup Parade and Rogers Santa Claus Parade! More than 50 YVR volunteers handed out treats to hundreds of thousands of parade attendees.
Doug Franklin has been a Green Coat volunteer at YVR for the entire duration of the airport volunteer program.