Vancouver International Airport (YVR) - Articles and news items
Airport news • 3 March 2016 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Vancouver International Airport has introduced its BorderXpress automated passport kiosk solution at Oakland International Airport.
Airport news • 23 December 2015 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Vancouver International Airport has recorded its 20 millionth annual passenger setting a new record for one of Canada’s fastest growing airports.
Issue 4 2015 • 28 July 2015 • International Airport Review
Paul Mewett, Director of Innovative Travel Solutions (INV) at Vancouver International Airport (YVR), gives details on BorderXpress – the world’s first self-service border control solution that accepts all passports and doesn’t require pre-registration or fees. BorderXpress was developed by INV, a business unit within YVR with more than eight years of experience in kiosk design, user experience, layout and flow analysis and continuous improvement for automating border control systems at airports...
Issue 3 2015 • 2 June 2015 • Craig Richmond, President & CEO of Vancouver Airport Authority
Canada’s second busiest airport, Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is working to become a world class, sustainable connecting hub. Craig Richmond, President & CEO of Vancouver Airport Authority, explains how YVR plans to accomplish this by creating a gateway between Asia and the Americas, advancing air policies and delivering remarkable customer experiences...
Airport news • 16 June 2011 • ARINC Incorporated
Three Chinese airlines have signed for the AviNet® Airport wide-area network service...
In March 2000 an A330 departed YVR’s runway 08R shortly after 8pm. During its takeoff roll, and unknown to the flight crew, the port engine cowling fell off the aircraft and shattered into hundreds of pieces down one side of the runway. The flight crew of the tenth aircraft to use the runway reported seeing some debris on the runway, at which time airfield operations staff responded and reported the debris which initiated a clean-up procedure whilst simultaneously contacting the crew of the A330 to advise them of the situation.