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YVR trials private nursing pod

YVR is piloting a new in-terminal service that offers a safe, clean, comfortable and private option for travellers needing an area for private breastfeeding and pumping. An all-in-one solution for parents on the go, the free-standing, 4.64-square-metre Mamava pod includes dual grab bars, two benches, a charging outlet, USB port, shelf, mirror, coat hook, ceiling vents, […]

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Indigenous Tourism BC signs agreement with BC Assembly of First Nations

Indigenous Tourism BC (ITBC) and the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to expand B.C.’s rich collection of Indigenous tourism products and experiences. By signing the MOU, both parties agree to collaborate with each other—as well as with tourism, business, educational and government organizations—to support growth of Indigenous […]

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Air Canada named favourite North American airline by millenials

Air Canada was recently named Favourite Airline in North America in a survey of global millennial travellers at the 2019 Trazee Awards in Chicago. The Trazees is an international award that recognizes the best in travel across a broad range of categories. Votes were compiled from December 2018 to March 2019. Trazee Travel is a web […]

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Feedback needed from YVR’s planespotting community

YVR’s unique, community-based operating model is an essential part of its commitment to create an airport of which British Columbians can be proud. As a not-for-profit organization, YVR reinvests all profits back into improving the airport, providing connections to routes and supporting the people and organizations that make its Sea Island community so special. During […]

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Future Travel: British Airways’ predictions

According to a major global travel report published by British Airways, hyper-personalization, immersive virtual realities, 3D printed health solutions, modular aircraft connected to city infrastructure, hypersonic flying and the rise of super-slow “flight cruises” are all part of the future of air travel. The BA 2119: Flight of the Future Report was commissioned by the […]

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