Questions related to travel through Vancouver International Airport.(IATA: YVR) serving Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. YVR is Canada's main Pacific gateway, a hub for Air Canada and a focus city for WestJet.
Vancouver International Airport (IATA: YVR) is the main commercial airport serving Greater Vancouver, british-columbia. It is situated on Sea Island, about 12 km (7.5 mi) south of downtown vancouver. The second busiest airport in canada, YVR is a hub for air-canada and a focus city for WestJet, and is Canada's principal Pacific gateway.
YVR's main terminal building is divided into domestic and international sections. The great majority of domestic flights on Air Canada, WestJet, and most other carriers depart from the A, B, or C concourses. Concourse D is used for some U.S. flights and all other international flights. Concourse E is used for preclearance transborder flights to the united-states. Regional flights operated by Pacific Coastal Airlines, Harbour Air, and other regional carriers, and all floatplane and charter services, operate from a separate facility, the South Terminal.
The easiest way to travel between the airport and the city is via the Canada Line, a TransLink SkyTrain line with a stop above the main terminal in between the domestic and international areas. Additionally, both local and long-distance bus services are available, including direct connections to Whistler, Victoria, and Nanaimo. The airport access road, Grant McConachie Way, crosses into Vancouver over the Arthur Laing Bridge.