Heading out of town for B.C.'s first Family Day long weekend? I'm not. But here are some tips for travelling, family-style.
Jake here, reporting on an amazing fourth year at the YVR School Tour program. The tour guides, Breanna and Annalisa and I, have had the pleasure of giving tours of Vancouver International Airport to over 2000 grade five students from the Metro Vancouver area.
Hello YVR Connections readers! My name is Breanna and I am one of three tour guides who are part of the YVR school tour program The Future Lands Here. Jake, Annalisa and I give tours of the airport to local grade five students.
Aircraft are not the only things landing at YVR next week. Watch for witches, ghosts and more spooktacular creatures to invade our airport just in time for Halloween.
You’ve prepared and planned for your family’s annual summer vacation and the closer it creeps, the more questions you have – Can I bring baby formula through security? Where can we do an emergency diaper change before our flight? Can I bring my stoller? Where can I tire out my kids before the flight?
On any given day, especially the sunny ones, you’ll find enthusiastic and knowledgeable people at YVR with their eyes and cameras focused on the skies. Whether you’re looking for something to do with the kids or want to frame a photo of a 777, plane spotting at YVR makes for a fun, educational activity.
Spring has sprung at YVR! With the sun starting to shine, albeit briefly, on the runways and aprons, it’s finally time to put away the furry boots and lace up the running shoes. And there’s no better place to stretch your legs and get active than on Sea Island.
No matter how organized parents are, there’s nothing like family travel over the holidays to bring out stress for parents and kids. Fear not though, we’ve got a few tips and ideas to help keep the kids smiling and for you to stay sane.