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Revamped food and beverage and retail options coming to YVR

As YVR grows into a world-class sustainable hub airport, travellers can look forward to more than 30 new food-and-beverage and retail options opening, including many first-time concepts to YVR. The new offerings, some of which will open as early as summer 2019, will complement the airport’s existing award-winning portfolio of more than 170 shops, services […]

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New drop-and-go service at jetSet YVR Parking, starting in March 2019

Construction is wrapping up on YVR’s new jetSet YVR Parking product. The existing jetSet Parking is being improved to provide customers with an ultra-efficient service. JetSet YVR Parking will remain in its current location on North Service Road, minutes from the terminal, with complimentary YVR shuttle bus service available. Starting next month, customers will enter […]

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Chinese New Year, a time of celebration at YVR: Win tickets on Hainan Airlines

The year of the pig was ushered in on February 5 and to celebrate in style, YVR partnered with LunarFest, Canada’s premier presenter of contemporary expression in Asian arts and culture. Also called the Spring Festival in China, the lunar new year is celebrated by more than 20 per cent of the world and is […]

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Innovative Travel Solutions expands BorderXpress, launches CheckItXpress

YVR’s Innovative Travel Solutions (ITS) celebrated the end of 2018 with two industry-leading, in-market solutions to meet the passenger needs of tomorrow: BorderXpress and CheckitXpress. With the expansion of BorderXpress in Cyprus, marking the first kiosks to be implemented for Entry and Exit border control in the European Union, YVR’s ITS retained its position as […]

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Cannabis is now legal in Canada: Tips for travel & possession

On October 17, 2018, the lawful sale and consumption of cannabis for recreational use was adopted in Canada. In B.C., this means that people 19 and over can now legally carry up to 30 grams of cannabis and can travel with it domestically within Canada, though laws may vary by province and territory. It is […]

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