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YVR wins big at 2017 World Routes Conference

Each year, the World Routes Conference, one of the most prestigious events in the aviation industry, recognizes airports that demonstrate exceptional air service development. The award process includes nominations from airlines and industry experts, followed by a comprehensive review by an industry committee that looks for airports that have provided outstanding support for air services […]

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YVR achieves AA credit rating for 12th consecutive year

Credit-rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has affirmed an AA long-term issuer credit and senior unsecured debt rating for Vancouver Airport Authority. As one of North America’s most efficient airports and one of the most financially stable in the world, YVR has upheld the S&P AA rating for 12 consecutive years. “YVR’s success in achieving […]

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Ambassador Dog Program to help travellers deal with anxiety and stress

YVR has launched the Less Airport Stress Initiative (LASI), an innovative program in which YVR Ambassador Dogs will be onsite throughout the terminals to provide all airport users with a new way to deal with anxiety associated with travel, work and general stress. “We recognize that an airport can be a stressful environment,” said Reg […]

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YVR air traffic update: January – June 2017

Passenger numbers at YVR have demonstrated a successful first half of the year with continued growth across all major sectors, including a record-breaking spike in travellers from the Latin American market. More than 418,000 passengers from Latin America have travelled through YVR in the first six months of 2017, a 25.2 per cent year-over-year increase. […]

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McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Vancouver Airport opens its doors

McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Vancouver Airport opened on July 9 with initial 22,500-square metres of retail and dining space and 2,000 car parking spaces. A second phase of 12,500-square metres is set to open in 2017. The designer outlet reflects a blend of European heritage and traditional Vancouver architectural style in its design, in particular the […]

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