Vancouver International Airport (IATA code YVR) is positioned on Sea Island in British Columbia in Canada, approximately 12 km from the center of the city of Vancouver.  It is ranked as the second busiest airport in Canada after Toronto Pearson International Airport and offers daily flights to Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, Mexico and the United States, plus airports in Canada. The airport has interesting architecture, focusing on the flow of natural light, vast areas and a large waterfall. Vancouver International Airport is also hub of Air Canada, Air Transat, Air Canada Jazz and is among the eight airports in Canada that have US Border Preclearance facilities. The airport is also a main gateway between Asia and Canada and has a serious number of transpacific flights. It has three terminals, a domestic, an International and a South Terminal, which serves the regional airlines that fly within British Columbia. The terminals are connected by a glass corridor walkway. Vancouver International Airport has been recently renovated and comes with a direct link to the downtown zone of the city of Vancouver. Other options to reach the airport are through the Canada Line services and the night bus, as well as through licensed taxis. The onsite facilities include a business center, facilities for the disabled passengers, a hotel, large car parking area and offices of car rental companies. Further are available bank offices, restaurants and bars, pharmacy, nursery and children playground zone. 

Latitude 49
Longitude 123
Full name Vancouver
Alternative names
Address 3211 Grant McConachie Way, Richmond, British Columbia, V7B 1Y7, Canada
Phone (604) 207 7077
Owner Transport Canada