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While the airport’s doors are always open, on May 1 and 2 the Airport Authority invited the community to view YVR’s distinctive art and architecture as part of Doors Open Richmond. Now in its third year, Doors Open Richmond is a community event that provides free access to heritage and cultural sites around the City of Richmond. YVR was one of 40 locations participating in the twoday event, which included home art-studios, theatres, places of worship, parks and even a winery. Throughout the weekend, travellers and culture enthusiasts benefitted from learning about some of the airport’s most celebrated features including The Spirit of Haida Gwaii:
The Jade Canoe, the Living Green Wall at Canada Line’s YVR-Airport Station and the Public Observation Deck. With experts on hand to provide information about airport operations, airport architecture and one of the largest collections of Northwest Coast native art, visitors were treated to a great airport experience. Introduced in Glasgow in 1990, Doors Open quickly spread across Europe and by 1998 had showcased 28,000 sites in 44 countries. Famous in Toronto, Doors Open is building momentum in Richmond and adding new sites every year. Visit www.richmond.ca for information on Doors Open sites and places of interest in Richmond.
Graham Clarke’s time at the helm of YVR ends on an Olympic high After 13 years, Graham Clarke is stepping down as chairman of Vancouver Airport Authority, effective June 10, 2010. Clarke, who has been a member of the Board of Directors since YVR became Canada’s first community-based airport authority in 1992, will continue as a director. The Airport Authority’s new chair will be announced at its annual public meeting on May 13. “While I’ve been on the Board since 1992, and chair since 1997, my connection with YVR dates back to the 1980s,” said Clarke. “At the time, the Vancouver Board of Trade, together with other community groups and individuals, set out to turn YVR into a community-based airport, with management transferring from the federal government to our local airport authority. The results have been incredible. I think that by any measure, YVR has been a success, not just for British Columbia, but also for Canada. And that success was demonstrated most recently during the 2010 Winter Games. “Looking ahead, I believe that the Airport Authority, like all successful organizations, will always be a work in progress. For me, that constant striving to improve is at the core of our achievements. And it’s one of the reasons why it has always been an honour and a pleasure for me to serve our community and province as part of the airport family.” Vancouver Airport Authority president and CEO, Larry Berg said Clarke’s leadership as chair of the Board of Directors went a long way to keeping YVR closely connected to the community. “As someone who was actively involved in creating the YVR we know today, Graham has always worked to make sure we stay true to our vision of being
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both a gateway and a local airport authority. Part of that vision is a pride in our province and in working with the community to be a significant contributor to British Columbia’s economy,” said Berg. “Under Graham’s leadership, we’ve made sure that YVR looks and feels like British Columbia from the moment you land and walk into our terminals,” said Berg. Clarke will continue to chair Vancouver Airport Services (YVRAS), a company owned jointly by Citi Infrastructure Investors and Vancouver Airport Authority. Currently, YVRAS manages a network of 18 airports around the world. Clarke is president and owner of the Clarke Group of Companies, which does business in the transportation, hospitality, marine and tourism sectors. He has served as director or chair of numerous organizations and companies, including The Vancouver Board of Trade and Tourism Vancouver.
Air Canada’s regional affiliate, Jazz Air, has signed an agreement to purchase 15 Bombardier Q400 NextGen turboprop airliners. The airline currently operates 64 Bombardier CRJ Series regional jets and 64 Dash 8/Q-Series turboprops. Based on the list price for the Q400 NextGen aircraft, the purchase is valued at approximately $454-million US, and could increase to $937-million US should Jazz purchase the additional 15 aircraft on which it has put options. “The introduction of the Q400 NextGen aircraft is a perfect complement to our fleet of Canadian-built Bombardier turboprops and regional jets,” said Joseph Randell, president and CEO, Jazz Air. “This aircraft, which in Jazz configuration will have 74 seats in a single-class cabin, offers superior passenger comfort, fuel efficiency and improved environmental performance. I’m confident that our passengers will appreciate the quiet interior and speed of this new technology.”
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A moment of silence
Workers at YVR paused for a moment of silence on April 28 to mark the national Day of Mourning. Held annually on the same date, the Day of Mourning recognizes and remembers workers in all occupations who have lost their lives as a result of work-related accidents or occupational diseases. Last year in British Columbia alone, 121 workers died and more than 94,000 were injured as a result of workplace injury, illness or disease. More than eight large construction projects were completed at YVR last year. WorkSafe B.C.’s Heavy Industry lost-time accident frequency in 2009 was approximately 6.0, while YVR’s lost-time accident frequency was 1.2. One of the ways Vancouver Airport Authority measures their health and safety performance
is by tracking any injuries that occurred on the job and resulted in an employee missing work. In 2009, three lost-time injuries occurred within Vancouver Airport Authority. The Airport Authority’s target for each of these indicators is zero. While the Day of Mourning paid tribute to fallen workers, observing 121 seconds of silence honouring every life lost, Vancouver Airport Authority remains committed to creating a safe workplace and healthy workforce everyday. Every employee has the right to work in a safe environment. The Airport Authority encourages employees to report any unsafe work environment they see to their supervisor. To learn how you can ensure safety in your workplace visit www.worksafebc.com.
Public invited to attend YVR’s Annual Meeting May 13 As part of YVR’s commitment to the communities it serves, each year Vancouver Airport Authority hosts an Annual Public Meeting to provide an update on its activities of the past year and plans for the year ahead. Topics include financial statements as well as airport operations and capital program updates. All YVR stakeholders and the general public are invited to attend the meeting. After the presentations, the public is given an opportunity to ask questions to senior management at the Airport Authority. Don’t worry if you can’t make it on May 13, the Airport Authority’s 2009
Annual Report along with their strategic plan, master plan, capital plan and performance reviews are now available online at www.yvr.ca. Or for the first time, follow the Annual Public Meeting on Twitter (www.twitter.com/yvrairport) as the Airport Authority tweets live from the meeting. Guests attending are encouraged to use public transit, Canada Line YVR Airport station is the closest station to the meeting venue. If you choose to drive, parking is available in the airport parkade and complimentary parking passes will be distributed to guests at the meeting.
For additional information on parking and transportation, please visit the parking section of the airport’s website, www.yvr.ca.
Vancouver Airport Authority’s Annual Public Meeting: Date & Time: Thursday, May 13, 2010 at 3:30p.m. Location: East Concourse, Departures Level, International Terminal Building (below the Fairmont Vancouver Airport Hotel) 3211 Grant McConachie Way Vancouver International Airport (YVR) Richmond, B.C.
Taking the paper out of Air Cargo You enjoy fresh lobster from Nova Scotia and mangoes from the Philippines thanks to air cargo, but what you might not realize is that your food comes with a notso-tasty side order—paper. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), each air cargo shipment carries with it as many as 30 paper documents—enough to fill 80 Boeing 747 freighters every year. That is why IATA, in cooperation with industry stakeholders such as carriers, freight forwarders, shippers and customs authorities are working on an initiative called e-freight. E-freight replaces 16 of the 30 documents with electronic messages, and aims to increase that number to 20 this year. E-freight was one of the topics discussed IATA’s World Cargo Symposium, held in Vancouver March 8-11 and reported on in the March issue of SkyTalk.
YVR was a sponsor and host airport for the meetings that included 750 industry experts who looked at a range of issues and solutions for some of the challenges facing air cargo such as efficiency and security. YVR utilizes its geographic advantage and its established connections to Vancouver Harbour, trucking and rail
routes to help make it a successful international cargo gateway. In 2009, some 198,000 tonnes of cargo was transported through YVR. Learn more about air cargo at www.yvr.ca. Find out more about E-Freight and other topics discussed at the World Cargo Symposium on www.IATA.org.
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Vancouver Airport Authority’s 2009 Annual and Sustainability Report is now available online. Visit www.yvr.ca and click on the Annual and Sustainability Report link. As part of the Airport Authority’s commitment to open and honest accountability with our stakeholders, the Annual Report contains information about our performance in 2009 of all aspects of our business.
Fire safety at YVR CARA Airline Solutions recognized for workplace health and safety Last month, CARA’s airport services division in B.C. was presented with a Certificate of Recognition for excellence in occupational safety management by the BC Food Processors Health and Safety Council (BCFPHSC). The Certificate of Recognition (COR) Program is administered by the Council and is an initiative that recognizes and rewards employers who develop and implement sustainable health and safety programs and systems that meet and exceed legal requirements. The program promotes the concept of managing health and safety equally with other components necessary for a successful business, such as profitability and productivity. “Our goal is to gain commitment from B.C. employers in the food and beverage processing industry to reduce occupational death, injury and disease,” said Lisa McGuire, executive director of the BCFPHSC. “We are very pleased to acknowledge CARA as the first employer in airline catering services in B.C. to receive a Certificate of Recognition following the audit of their facility in Richmond in December 2009. As the certifying partner of the program, we look forward to recognizing many more COR-certified organizations in the very near future.” In 2008, the food and beverage indus-
(Left to right) David Walks, manager training and commissary, CARA; Lisa McGuire, executive director, BC Food Processors Health and Safety Council (BCFPHSC); John Braganza, manager loss prevention and safety, CARA; John McMahon operations director, BCFPHSC. try had an injury rate of 7.1 per 100 workers, which is more than double the provincial injury rate of 2.9 for all industries. Last year, there were a total of 3,239 claims in food processing, with the most common causes of injuries being overexertion, slips and falls and being struck by objects. The BCFPHSC is a not-for-profit orga-
nization of experienced health and safety professionals that are available to employers within the B.C. food processing industry. Their services include health and safety training, advisory services, resource development, administering the COR program, developing and delivering occupational health and safety resources to the food manufacturing industry.
Name that Aircraft As part of the airport’s safety and security exercises, YVR’s Emergency Response Services team lit a special aircraft on fire and then using big trucks, hoses and their skills and knowledge, put out the fire—over, and over, and over again. As part of Vancouver International Airport’s ongoing commitment to safety and security, YVR’s Emergency Response Services (ERS) team conducted two weeks of training on a Mobile Aircraft Trainer (MAFT) in April. On loan from the Edmonton International Airport, the MAFT enables YVR’s ERS team to practice controlling and extinguishing aviation fuel spill fires and aircraft fires in a safe and environmentally friendly way. The fires are created using liquid propane gas and are ignited remotely by a safety officer who monitors the situation to ensure everyone’s safety. Each fire and session is based on a different scenario,
including a cabin fire, engine fire, wheel and brake fire, as well as large fuel spill fires. Training and live exercises are a vital part of YVR’s emergency management plan, which focuses on three principles: Prevent, Prepare and Practice. A plan is only as good as its execution, which is why practicing is so important. To ensure the airport’s emergency response team is able to contribute to the safety of day-to-day operations at YVR, the ERS responders must renew their certification annually. For video footage of the training exercise, visit YVR’s blog at www.yvrconnections.com.
WestJet links with Cathay Pacific WestJet has signed an interline partnership agreement with Hong Kongbased carrier, Cathay Pacific that is expected to be in place later this month. The agreement will allow for co-operation between the two airlines on ticketing and baggage handling, making it easier for a traveller on a Cathay flight into Canada to catch a connecting flight operated by WestJet. Cathay already has this type of interline agreement in place with Air Canada. According to WestJet, carrying more connecting guests to and from international
destinations and the U.S. is a substantial growth area, and the airline has revealed plans to sign and implement partnerships with strategically aligned carriers from each of the major regions around the world. One of these partnerships includes a recent agreement with Delta Airlines that provides WestJet with the option to acquire slots at La Guardia Airport in New York City, subject to U.S. regulatory approval. Last month, Southwest Airlines and WestJet terminated their codesharing relationship, with both parties agreeing to move forward independently.
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Air Canada Vacations begins direct Vancouver-Los Cabos service this summer
El Arco is a distinctive rock formation at the southern tip of Cabo San Lucas, and a popular area for sea lions. Starting July 3, 2010, Air Canada Vacations will launch non-stop, seasonal service between Vancouver and Los Cabos, Mexico on Saturdays. The service, which will run until August 21, 2010, will be operated using an Embraer E90 that can accommodate up to 93 passengers. Located at the southern tip of Mexico’s
Baja California Peninsula, Los Cabos includes the towns of Cabo San Lucas, San José del Cabo, as well as the resort corridor that lies between the two. The area is known for big game fishing, golf, scuba diving, snorkelling and kayaking. A popular holiday destination, Los Cabos offers a variety of high-end spas and luxury resort accommodations.
Air Canada Vacations has nine resorts in Los Cabos, including: Barceló Los Cabos Palace Deluxe, Crowne Plaza Los Cabos Grand Faro All Inclusive Resort, Dreams Los Cabos Suites Golf Resort and Spa, Me Cabo, Posada Real Los Cabos, Royal Solaris Los Cabos, Temptation Resort and Spa Los Cabos, Tesoro Los Cabos and Zoetry Casa del Mar Los Cabos.
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One of the now-defunct Eastern Airlines (1926-1991) DC-2 Great Silver Fleet aircraft was spotted visiting the South Terminal for a movie shoot. Operated on the East Coast of the U.S., one of these aircraft became the first commercial airplane to touch down at Washington, D.C.’s National Airport in June 1941.
A holiday weekend in honour of a Queen Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is always a hub of activity, so visitors to Canada landing at YVR on May 24 may be surprised to know that day is a Canadian statutory holiday. Each year, Victoria Day, also known as the May Long Weekend, is celebrated on the last Monday before, or on, May 24 in honour of Queen Victoria’s birthday. The birthday of the monarch has been a day of celebration in Canada since before Confederation, the process by which the federal Dominion of Canada was formed on July 1, 1867. The first legislation of the event was passed in 1845 by the parliament of the Province of Canada to official recognize May 24 as the Queen’s birthday, it then became a national holiday in 1901. During the 1900s, it used to be called Empire Day and then it changed to Commonwealth Day. It is now known as Victoria Day, or May Long Weekend, and marks the unofficial start of summer. In Quebec, since 2003, May 24 has also been known as National Patriots’ Day to honuor the rebellion against the British in 1837. Before 2003, it was known as la Fête de Dollard or Dollard Day in honour of the 17th century soldier, Adam Dollard des Ormeaux. Just who was Queen Victoria? The grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Victoria is one of Britain’s most wellknown monarchs. She ascended to the British throne in 1837 and became a wellliked and popular queen. At 21, three years after being crowned, she married her cousin, Prince Albert. Their union, though arranged, proved to be a happy and harmonious one that produced nine children. Their relationship was touchingly portrayed in a 2009 film, The Young Victoria. When Albert died in 1861 of typhoid fever, Queen Victoria fell into despair. She secluded herself for approximately 10 years at Windsor Castle. Though she lost some of the public’s respect during this time, she regained popularity in her later years and
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ORBIS Pull for Sight For more than 25 years, FedEx has been working with ORBIS to deliver sight worldwide. On Saturday, May 15, 2010, FedEx will host a plane pull event in support of ORBIS Canada at the FedEx facility on Sea Island. The pull is a fun team competition to see which group can pull a FedEx cargo airplane the fastest. Teams of 20 will compete to win by pulling the aircraft 12 feet in the shortest amount of time. Join us for this fun-filled family event. All money raised will support ORBIS’s Kids Sight program that benefits blind and visually impaired children throughout the developing world. Let’s pull together to eliminate preventable blindness and transform the lives of children from around the world. For more information, visit www.orbiscanada.ca/planepull or call 1-877-ORBIS-CA (1-877-672-4722).
May 19 – 20, 2010
BCAC- BCIT- CAMC Quality Assurance Workshop BCIT Campus, 3800 Cessna Drive, Richmond, BC
Wednesday, May 19, 9a.m. – 4p.m. Thursday, May 20, 8a.m. – 11:45a.m. Registration: $50, includes buffet lunch at BCIT on May 19. The purpose of this workshop is to help aviation and aerospace workers understand the importance of auditing and documentation to meet the requirements of Safety Management Systems. The Canadian Aviation Maintenance Council (CAMC), in partnership with the British Columbia Aviation Council and the British Columbia Institute of Technology will facilitate the Quality Systems Auditor Occupational Standard implementation workshop. While this event is open to any aviation stakeholder, space is limited to 50 and will be offered on a first come first served basis. For more information, contact BCAC at (604) 278-9330, or email: email@example.com.
May 20, 2010
BC Aviation Council Lunch and Guest Speaker Delta Vancouver Airport Hotel, 3500 Cessna Drive, Richmond — Ballroom
11:30a.m. to 1:30p.m. Directly following the BCAC-BCIT-CAMC Workshop on May 20th, BCAC will be holding a luncheon event with a featured guest speaker who is a leader and innovator in aviation in British Columbia. Cost: Member–$55. Non-member: $60 Member tables of 6 — $300. Non-member tables of 6 — $350. Registration: 11:30a.m.; Lunch 12-1:30p.m. Net proceeds from this event will go directly to the BCAC Scholarship and Bursary Endowment fund. BCAC’s Annual General Meeting and networking reception will follow in same venue –AGM commences at 2p.m., reception 3p.m. Contact BCAC at (604) 278-9330, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
May 30 – June 2, 2010
International Association of Airport Executives Canada 4th Annual Operations and Facility Managers Conference Sheraton on the Falls Hotel, 5875 Falls Avenue, Niagara Falls, Ontario
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June 3, 2010
23rd Annual Women’s Media Golf Classic Musqueam Golf & Learning Academy, 3904 West 51st Avenue, Vancouver, BC. Starting at 12p.m.
Aprés Golf, Beyond Restaurant & Lounge in the Century Plaza Hotel & Absolute Spa—features dinner, fantastic live and silent auction items. Starting at 5 p.m. Not your usual golf tournament... you don’t have to be good at golf – it’s all and only about the fundraising (they put the FUN in fundraising)! Golf skills definitely not allowed. All funds raised will be donated to BC’s special children—Pacific Autism Family Centre & Mediated Learning Academy. More than $2-million raised over the past 22 years. To participate or sponsor, call Wendy Lisogar-Cocchia at Absolute Spa Group (604) 697-5302, or email email@example.com.
June 10 – 11, 2010 Canadian Aviation Hall of Fame 37th Annual Induction & Annual General Meeting River Rock Casino Resort Hotel, 8811 River Road, Richmond, BC
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June 22 – 23, 2010
Company Aviation Safety Officer Workshop Quality Hotel, Vancouver Airport South, 3031 No.3 Road Richmond, BC
This workshop is aimed at helping those individuals tasked with managing the various processes that make up the safety management system. The course will cover all the required elements of the CASO course but will obviously do so from the perspective of the SMS regulations as well. This workshop will be beneficial for people who are carrying out the responsibilities of the safety manager in a company and will meet the requirements of CAR’s 705.153 and 302.505 for training for the safety manager. This course will also be of interest to any operations managers that require the CASO course to meet the requirements of CAR’s 723.07. This is not an SMS course, but is designed to teach the skills required to manage an SMS. Cost $495 plus GST (last chance to beat the HST). To register, please contact Gerry Binnema firstname.lastname@example.org or (778) 998-9534.
July 7 – 8, 2010
Canadian Business Aviation Association Annual Convention Sheraton Cavalier, 2620 32 Avenue, Calgary, Alberta; Landmark Aviation, 1441 Aviation Park, Calgary, and Silverwing Golf Course, 3434 48 Avenue, Calgary.
CBAA 2010 Convention, Trade Show and Static Display will be a two-day event, held at the Sheraton Cavalier and Landmark Aviation. The 17th Annual Golf Tournament benefitting Hope Air will be held at Silverwing Golf Course. This year’s keynote speaker will be Richard Aboulafia, vice president, analysis, Teal Group. For more details, visit www.cbaa-acaa.ca.
September 29 – October 1, 2010
19th Annual Canadian Aviation Maintenance Council Forum & AGM Sheraton Wall Centre, 1088 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC
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Service fee changes for Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air
Effective immediately, Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air have announced changes to their service fees on a variety of services on tickets purchased for travel on or after June 16, 2010.
Alaska and Horizon will charge $20 for each of a passenger’s first three checked bags. This represents a $5 increase for the first checked bag, a $5 decrease for the second, and a $30 decrease for the third. Passengers checking two bags will continue to pay the same amount as they do
today, while passengers checking three bags will pay $30 less. In addition, the airlines will cut the cost of the fourth through 10th checked bag, from $100 per bag to $50.
Baggage service guarantee
The two carriers also are changing their baggage service guarantee from 25 minutes to 20 minutes. Customers whose luggage is not at baggage claim within 20 minutes after their flight parks at the gate will receive their choice of 2,000 Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan miles or $20 off a
future flight. “Alaska and Horizon continue to have lower baggage service fees than most other airlines and are the only carriers to offer a baggage service guarantee,” said Joe Sprague, Alaska’s vice president of marketing. Charges for the first two bags are waived for customers confirmed in first class at the time of check in, Mileage Plan MVP and MVP Gold members.
Alaska and Horizon will lower the fees
they charge for accommodating unaccompanied minors — those passengers ages 5 to 12 travelling without an adult (optional for children ages 13 to 17). Customers will pay a $25 fee per child for direct flights and $50 per child for connecting flights within the Alaska/Horizon network. This is a reduction from the current $75 fee. Unaccompanied minor service fees are waived for children who have attained Mileage Plan MVP or MVP Gold status. Children below age 5 are not allowed to travel without an adult.
Same-day confirmed travel
Travellers who wish to change their
flight within six hours of their departure will be charged a $25 same-day confirmed fee, if space is available on the requested flight. Those wishing to change their flight outside of that six-hour window must pay the difference in fare plus any applicable change fee. Under the previous policy, these customers could pay this $25 sameday confirmed fee or stand by for free. First class passengers, Mileage Plan MVP Gold members and passengers travelling on unrestricted full fares still may get a confirmed seat at no charge for another flight departing on the same day, if seats are available, or stand-by at no charge, if the flight is full. Passengers travelling between Seattle and Portland or Spokane can pay the $25 same-day confirmed fee, when seats are available, or stand-by for free.
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Effective May 12, customers will no longer be able to hold reservations for 24 hours without payment when booking directly with Alaska or Horizon. The airlines will, however, offer customers one free change or a full refund within 24 hours of purchase on all tickets. A 24-hour hold will continue to be available for reservations made through EasyBiz (the airlines’ corporate online booking tool), Alaska Airlines Vacations and groups. Alaska Airlines offers service to Los Angeles, Portland and Seattle from YVR. Horizon Air offers service to Portland and Seattle from YVR. For information on flights on either airline, visit www.alaskaair.com.
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Domestic (Pre-Security) • Starbucks: Coffee, pastries, sandwiches-Level 3 Departures A&W: Breakfast served daily—Bacon ‘n Egger with real bacon and real eggs, hash browns, French Toast. Also, hamburgers, fries, beverages, including A&W’s famous root beer. Open 5am-10pm. Level 3 Departures. Also located at International Departures (Post-Security) • Harvey’s: Breakfast, burgers-Level 3 Departures • Subway: Sandwiches, salads & wrapsLevel 3 Departures • Swiss Chalet: Rotisserie chicken-Level 2 Arrivals • Tim Hortons: Coffee, pastries, sandwiches, soups-Level 2 Arrivals & Level 3 Departures • Jugo Juice: Juice, smoothies, wraps & paninis – Level 3 Departures • Wok ‘N Roll: Chinese & Japanese cuisine – Level 3 Departures • Toshi Teppanyaki: Japanese cuisine – Level 3 Departures
• Hanami Japanese Restaurant: Dim Sum & Japanese cuisine-Level 3 Departures • Koho Restaurant & Bar: Casual diningLevel 3 Departures • Galiano Bakery & Café: Breakfast, sandwiches & pastries-Level 3 Departures • Burger King: Breakfast, burgers, salads -Level 2 Arrivals & Level 3 Departures • Flying Wedge Pizza: Pizza, salads & soups-Level 3 Departures • Fortune Wok: Asian cuisine – Level 3 Departures • OPA! Souvlaki of Greece: Greek cuisine-Level 3 Departures • Tim Hortons: Coffee, pastries, sandwiches, soup – Level 2 Arrivals • Toshi Teppanyaki: Japanese cuisine – Level 3 Departures
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To STEVESTON Airport South • Airside Café & Catering 350-5400 Airport Road South. Located opposite Million Air. (604) 273-6628 • ATC Cafeteria 3800 Cessna Drive. In the BCIT Aerospace Technology Campus. (604) 419-3782 • The Flying Beaver Bar & Grill 4760 Inglis Drive. Located on the water, inside Harbour Air Seaplanes Terminal, near Vancouver Airport South. Incredible location, great food, good service & good value. Open 7 days per week 11am to midnight, weekend Breakfast from 9am. (604) 273-0278
The Sideslip Café
#100-5360 Airport Road South. Located
renovated restaurant is located behind the Coast Hotel, only 5 minutes from YVR. Lunch,
at Esso Avitat. Open 6am-10:30 am
dinner, weekend breakfast. Tapas, classic
for breakfast and until 3pm for lunch.
pastas, steaks, seafood, vegetarian meals,
Serving homemade soups, sandwiches
stirfries, burgers, sandwiches, wraps, pizzas,
& paninis & daily specials. Fresh baked
OVER THE BRIDGE(S)
salads, soups, and more. (604) 264-8444
• The Boathouse Restaurant
pastries, organic tea & coffee. Take out & catering. (604) 303 SLIP (7547) • Skyway Restaurant (YVR South Terminal) #118-4440 Cowley Crescent. Breakast, lunch. (604) 231-9822 • Sushi Café 5455 Airport Road South. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, 6am-10pm. Eat in or take out. (604) 761-2362
• Konichiwa Seafood & Sushi Bar
8331 River Rd. Specializing in fresh
1320 West 73rd Avenue, Vancouver
seafood from the west coast of B.C.
Lunch, dinner. Japanese sushi, sashimi,
& around the world. Ever-changing
• Wick’s Café
& certified Angus steaks. Dinner, lunch,
1300 West 73rd Avenue, Vancouver.
weekend brunch. 11am – 10 pm.
Paninis, esspresso, bagels, pastries, soup,
muffins, cinnamon buns.
6020-6086 Russ Baker Way. Burgers, fast
Cravings Restaurant & Lounge 8804 Osler Street, Vancouver. This newly
Mon - Fri: 7am-9pm. Sat. 8am-7pm.
selection of fresh fish, premium oysters
seafood. 11am-10pm. (604) 267-9991
• McDonald’s Restaurant food, 5am-midnight. (604) 718-1022
MILLER ROAD • Café Runway #109-5000 Miller Road. Breakast, lunch. 6am-5:30pm. (604) 273-1170
Sun. 8am-7pm. (604) 677-6396
(604) 273-7014 • Italian Tomato Restaurant 8380 Bridgeport Rd. Lunch, dinner. 11am-10pm (604) 247-0040
Experience our elegant, newly renovated restaurant
Best of the Pacific Northwest Located on the corner of Minoru Boulevard & Westminster Highway “Restaurant of the week” Kasey Wilson, Food Journalist
“My choice is the Blackened Halibut Pasta” Arlene Koreker, Food Columnist
“American Grille, dished up by a team of well-trained servers in an airy, open dining room.” Food Vancouver
Grand Gold Medal / Seafood 2009 Eat Vancouver Culinary Competition
Gold Medal / Show piece 2009 Eat Vancouver Culinary Competition
Gold Medal / Seafood Platter 2009 Eat Vancouver Culinary Competition
Silver Medal / 4 Main Courses
Join us for a casual lunch, elegant dinner or weekend breakfast treat.
Come & enjoy authentic Greek & Continental dishes
• Slow Roasted Lamb Shoulder • Crispy Tender Kalamari • Homemade Spinach Pies • Flame-grilled Souvlaki • Steak, Pasta & Seafood dishes
2009 Eat Vancouver Culinary Competition
Plenty of FREE Parking!
7571 Westminster Hwy Richmond, Corner of Westminster Hwy & Minoru Blvd.
Greek & Continental Restaurant 7260 Westminster Highway, Richmond
8804 Osler Street | Vancouver (Oak Street & 72nd Avenue)
Behind the Coast Hotel • Only 5 minutes from YVR
604 264 8444 www.cravings.ca
Mr. Pickwick’s Fish & Chips 8620 Granville Street, Vancouver Lunch, dinner, British pub foods & fresh seafood. 11am- 8:30pm. (604) 266-2340 7 The Mad Greek 7260 Westminster Highway Enjoy a feast worthy of Olympians. Great appetizers, famous homemade Spanakopita, tempting Souvlakis, mouthwatering Rack of Lamb, seafood—including the best calamari in town, Platters and more. Lunch, dinner. Belly dancer Saturday nights. 11:30 am – 10pm. (604) 278-9598 5
Hotel Restaurants • Accent Inns Vancouver Airport 10551 St Edwards Dr IHOP Restaurant: breakfast, lunch, dinner. (604) 273-3311 • Best Western Abercorn Inn 9260 Bridgeport Road 11
Highlander Restaurant: Open for lunch & dinner, serving a variety of highquality continental and world cuisine including seafood, pastas & European specialty dishes as well as burgers and sandwiches. Lunch 10:30am-2pm; dinner 5pm-9:30pm. (604) 270-7576
• Coast Vancouver Airport Hotel 1041 SW Marine Drive White Spot Restaurant—full-service restaurant, breakfast, lunch, dinner, take out. (604) 310 - 7768 Hudson’s Landing Pub – classic pub food, including fish & chips, pizza, burgers & sandwiches. Open for lunch & dinner. 11:30am-12:15pm. (604) 263-5445 • Comfort Inn Vancouver Airport 3031 No. 3 Road Atrium Inn Restaurant & Lounge – breakfast, 6:30am-10:30am (604) 278-5161 • Delta Vancouver Airport 3500 Cessna Drive Elephant & Castle Pub & Restaurant – lunch, dinner. (604) 278-1241 • Executive Airport Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre 7311 Westminster Highway Carver’s Steakhouse & Lounge – dinner. (604) 207-7107 Tivoli’s Restaurant – breakfast, lunch. (604) 278-5555 • The Fairmont Vancouver Airport (at YVR) –3111 Grant McConachie Jetside Bar: Level 3 International Departures – offers a selection of appetizers, snacks, and shared food. (604) 248.3281
Quality Continental Cuisine
• Seafood, Pastas & Euro specialty dishes • Prime Rib & New Zealand Lamb • Burgers & Sandwiches Bobby G’s Pub: 4pm – midnight Hot Breakfast Buffet: 6.30-10am Located Lunch (À la carte): 11-2.30pm in the Best Western Dinner (À la carte): 5– 10pm
9260 Bridgeport Rd • 604 270 7576 www.abercorn-inn.com
Globe@YVR: Award-winning signature restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and featuring a special holiday menu. (604) 248-3281 • The Fraser Arms 1450 SW Marine Drive, Vancouver The Fraser Arms Café—enjoy the $2.99 breakfast special every day, starting at 7am weekdays & 8am weekends; lunch served until 2 pm. (604) 261-2499 • Hilton Vancouver Airport 5911 Minoru Blvd Carmichael’s Restaurant: breakfast, lunch, dinner. (604) 232-5000 • Holiday Inn International Vancouver Airport 10720 Cambie Road Fogg n Sudds Restaurant – pub style food with a wide selection of international beers. (604) 273-0776 • Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport 8181 Cambie Road Fresh Restaurant & Lounge-breakfast, lunch, dinner. (604) 279-8181 • River Rock Casino Resort 8811 River Road Tramonto – breakfast 6:30am-11am, lunch 11am-2pm, dinner (604) 247-8573 4
The Buffet at River Rock –
all you can eat buffet, lunch, dinner, Sunday brunch. Newly renovated, The Buffet at River Rock highlights fresh local produce & offers culturally diverse & traditionally inspired dishes with complimentary selected beverages. (604) 247-8900
• Sandman Signature Hotel 10251 St Edwards Drive Cucumber Café – breakfast, lunch, dinner. (604) 276-2853 Chop Steak Fish Bar – casual dining. (604) 276-1180 • Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel 7551 Westminster Highway 9 Harold’s Bistro & Bar – breakfast, lunch, dinner. Full menu of contemporary cuisine, wide selection of award-winning B.C. wines, beers on tap and spirits. Open 6:30am-11:00pm. (604) 273-7878
…plus many other menu items including daily specials!
Breakfast Boxes & Lunch Boxes to go.
Try our “Wingman” Breakfast Sandwich & “Telluride” Omelettes Breakfast 6-10:30am Lunch 11am-3pm Monday to Friday
World Famous Fish & Chips
STEVESTON • Yokohama Teppanyaki Sushi & Steakhouse 140 – 12251 No 1 Road. Authentic Japanese cuisine served at their Teppan Grill, where your dinner is cooked to perfection right before
your eyes. Book your party of 4 or more at the special Christmas Party Dinner price of $29.95 per person. Open Mon to Fri 10:00am to 10:00pm. Weekends 11:00am to 9:30pm. (604) 271-8896.
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#100-5360 Airport Rd South @ Esso Avitat
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In the morning, refresh yourself with one of the many healthy superfood breakfast choices. Open 7 days a week; Dining room open from 6:30am-10:30pm. Lounge open from 11am-midnight. For reservations, call (604) 238-2105.
• Travelodge Hotel Vancouver Airport 3071 St Edwards Drive Pantry Restaurant – breakfast, lunch, dinner. (604) 214-0007 • Vancouver Airport Marriott Hotel 7571 Westminster Highway 10 The American Grille—American cuisine enhanced with regional flavours. Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Open 6am-10pm. (604) 232-2804 8 The Westin Wall Centre, Vancouver Airport 3099 Corvette Way The Apron – minutes away from Vancouver International Airport & nestled on the banks of the Fraser River. The Apron welcomes you to its comfortable, yet elegant, surroundings. Enjoy contemporary Pacific Northwest cuisine in the dining room, or relax with friends in the intimate lounge which offers comfort food into the wee hours.
Homemade Signature Dishes Renovated café under new management, with a fresh, new menu Blue Plate Specials starting at $6.99 A different Blue Plate Special everyday. Pulled BBQ Pork Sandwich $6.99 Our signature dish! Hangar Burgers $6.99 Choice of beef, schnitzel, chicken.
the apron Welcome to the apron restaurant located on the banks of the Fraser River. • Enjoy contemporary Pacific Northwest cuisine. • Complimentary Westin shuttle bus from YVR and on-site parking for lunch patrons. • Come and enjoy our all-day menu, specially created by our two-time Canadian Olympic Team chef. • Enjoy healthy superfood breakfast choices.
the apron 3099 Corvette Way Richmond BC V6X 4K3 Open 7 days a week, 6:30am to 10:30pm Lounge: 11am to midnight Reservations
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Reservations call: 604-271-8896
140 – 12251 No. 1 Road Richmond, BC V7E 1T6