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Vancouver International Airport welcomes 25-millionth airline passenger

Today, Vancouver International Airport (YVR) served its 25-millionth annual passenger, two years ahead of forecast. This accelerated growth can be attributed to a strong...

UNIGLOBE recognizes top-performing member TMCs worldwide

Uniglobe Travel International has awarded 2019 UNIGLOBE Chairman’s Circle status to 23 Travel Management Companies

Hainan Airlines to launch Xi’an-Los Angeles service

Hainan Airlines Holding Co., Ltd. plans to launch nonstop service between Xi'an and Los Angeles on December 31. It will be the first scheduled...

Boeing delivers the 787th 787 Dreamliner

Boeing today delivered the 787th 787 Dreamliner to come off the production line, marking a special milestone for the super-efficient airplane family and the...

Giant expansion of United Airlines International Routes

United Airlines today announced its largest ever international network expansion from its hub at San Francisco International Airport. The airline will offer Bay Area customers nonstop year-round service to

Power of People proves popular for upcoming BestCities Global Forum in...

Leaders will hold talks, workshops, and programs while also learning about the region and culture of Latin America at the BestCities Global Forum to be held in Bogota.

Vancouver Airport Authority appoints new President and CEO

RICHMOND, British Columbia - Vancouver Airport Authority Board of Directors Chair Mary Jordan today announced the appointment of Craig Richmond to the role of President & CEO, Vancouver Airport Author

Air Canada hosts Star Alliance CEOs in Vancouver for annual strategy...

VANCOUVER, Canada - Air Canada welcomed in Vancouver today the chief executives of more than 20 Star Alliance member airlines.

Virgin Atlantic celebrates first flight between London Heathrow and Vancouver

Virgin Atlantic inaugural flight arrived in Vancouver on May 25 and to mark the occasion, Sir Richard Branson was joined on the steps of the aircraft by Amy Williams MBE, winter Olympic Gold medallist

Korean Airlines flight from Vancouver to Seoul receives bomb threat

Korean Airlines Boeing 777 Flight 72 was forced to make an emergency landing at approximately 5:30 pm on Tuesday evening at Comox Air Force base in Vancouver Island after receiving a bomb threat.

JAL and WestJet launch codeshare agreement

Japan Airlines (JAL) and WestJet Airlines (WestJet) have entered into a codeshare agreement which will place the "JL" flight indicator on WestJet-operated flights between Vancouver and six Canadian ci

Virgin Atlantic launches new flights between Vancouver and London

SOUTH NORWALK, Conn. - Virgin Atlantic has announced the launch of a new route between Vancouver and London Heathrow.

World’s largest gathering of travel bloggers arrives in Vancouver

VANCOUVER, British Columbia - The preeminent annual gathering of travel bloggers from around the world, the Travel Blog Exchange Conference, is set to kick off a record year in Vancouver, BC this week

New Route announcements at the 16th World Routes

VANCOUVER, Canada - The 16th World Routes, hosted by Vancouver International Airport and held in Vancouver, Canada, has drawn to a close.

Pan Pacific Vancouver welcomes Brent Lavery as new director of sales

VANCOUVER, BC - Tim Tindle, general manager of the Pan Pacific Vancouver, is pleased to announce the appointment of Brent Lavery to the position of director of sales, effective October 1, 2010.

World Routes welcomes more than 2500 air transport professionals to Vancouver

VANCOUVER, Canada - Routes today welcomed over 2,500 delegates to the 16th World Routes, for which eTurboNews is a media partner, the largest annual gathering of the commercial air transport community

Canadian fighter jets escort Cathay Pacific plane to Vancouver after bomb...

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Canadian fighter jets escorted a Cathay Pacific airliner coming from Hong Kong to a safe landing in Vancouver International Airport on Saturday following a bomb threat,

Vancouver braces for 300,000 cruise passenger loss this year

VANCOUVER - As the first ship of the season arrives, Vancouver's cruise industry will likely suffer a pretty big loss in 2010.

Canadian tourism marketers aim for 2010 afterglow

Metro Vancouver and Whistler tourism officials cherished their region's 17-day starring role last month in the global Olympic extravaganza.

Sorry, wrong Vancouver, this is Vancouver USA

VANCOUVER - The Southwest Washington Convention and Visitors Bureau has introduced a new logo and slogan in an attempt to distinguish the area from the better known Vancouver in British Columbia.

Post-Olympics deals aimed at luring tourists to Vancouver

If watching the Olympics has made you want to visit Vancouver, the post-Games travel slump could put it in your grasp. You can find all sorts of promotions aimed at luring you there.

Olympic tourists irked by chainlink fence around cauldron

It sounded like a good idea at the time. But Olympic tourists in Vancouver who hoped to get a little closer to the Olympic flame are being sorely disappointed.

When in Vancouver: Top 5 tourist attractions, and more

Vancouver is one of the few major North American cities without a downtown freeway. As such, it lends itself to strolling, shopping and exploring.

Sorry, wrong Vancouver!

Sallie Reavey picked up the phone at her charming Briar Rose Inn and the caller asked about rooms in mid-February.

Roadtrips announces new short-stay Winter Games travel packages available in Vancouver...

Renowned sports travel specialists, Roadtrips, is now offering one- and two-night Winter Games Getaways packages for select dates from February 18-28 – in Vancouver and Whistler – designed for tho
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