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  1. Latest Ultra Super King ads at the trolleys~~
  2. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/business/singapore-airlines-vancouver-canada-flight-service-vtl-covid-19-vaccinated-travel-lane-2236071 Singapore Airlines launches seasonal flights to Vancouver, first to Canada since 2009 Technicians check on a Singapore Airlines Airbus A350-900 plane at Changi International Airport in Singapore on Oct 24, 2020. (Photo: AFP/ROSLAN RAHMAN) 11 Oct 2021 09:00PM(Updated: 11 Oct 2021 10:22PM) SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) will fly four times a week to Vancouver in Canada and Seattle in the United States from Dec 2 to Feb 15 next year, said the carrier on Monday (Oct 11). Announcing the seasonal services, SIA said two of these weekly Seattle-Vancouver-Singapore flights will operate as vaccinated travel lane (VTL) services, providing eligible customers entry into Singapore without COVID-19 quarantine. Sale of tickets through various distribution channels will begin on Tuesday at noon. SIA indefinitely suspended its thrice-weekly service between Singapore and Vancouver via Seoul on Apr 25, 2009, ending the airline’s more than 20 years of flying to Canada. In a press release on Jan 14, 2009, it attributed the move to the global economic downturn. For this seasonal service, flight SQ28 will depart from Singapore Changi Airport at 9.15am and arrive at Vancouver International Airport at 7.30am. It will then leave for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport at 8.40am to arrive at 9.30am. Flight SQ29, SIA’s twice-weekly designated vaccinated travel lane service, will depart from Seattle at 11am and arrive at 11.45am in Vancouver, before departing again at 1.15pm to arrive the next day at 10.05pm in Singapore. SIA will also operate SQ27, a twice-weekly Seattle-Vancouver-Singapore service, for customers who are not eligible to enter Singapore under the vaccinated travel lane arrangement. The 253-seat Airbus A350-900 will be deployed for the Singapore-Vancouver-Seattle service, with 42 business class seats, 24 premium economy seats and 187 economy seats.
  3. September just over, I just showing some specials on last month~~ 01Sep - Neos Boeing 787-9 arrived from PRG Neos_EI-NUA_b Neos_EI-NUA_c 02Sep - Turkish 77W back to YVR again TurkishAirlines_TC-JJZ_b TurkishAirlines_TC-JJZ_c 07Sep - Speedbird returned BritishAirways_G-YMMT_a BritishAirways_G-YMMU_b BritishAirways_G-YMMA_a BritishAirways_G-YMMA_b 09Sep - Air France modified livery (F-GSPK) on flight AF74 to Papeete AirFrance_F-GSPK 20Sep - Qantas repatriation flight again with the same aircraft to Darwin Qantas_VH-ZNI_i 25Sep - China Southern A330 visited YVR with cargo flight from Beijing-Daxing ChinaSouthern_B-8362_a 27Sep - Air India back after 5 months flight ban due to Delta Variant AirIndia_VT-ALK_b AirIndia_VT-ALK_c
  4. 2159 with University Canada West ads in Ultra Super King format~~
  5. 19417 wrapped with "Kids Ride Free" displaying at PNE Fair 2021~~
  6. Some trolley buses got this format of ads recently~~
  7. 2 special guests for the tech-stop this afternoon~~ Rubystar_EW-556TQ_a LATAMCargo_CC-CZZ_c
  8. Cathay 888

    Flair Air

    Tail 903 on arrival yesterday afternoon from Toronto~~ FlairAir_903_C-FLHI_a FlairAir_903_C-FLHI_b
  9. I just want to see if Fruiticana ads on the XN40 would be even awesome with the frameless windows~~
  10. 7503 with Fruiticana ads~~
  11. Fin 853 received the "Fly the Flag" decal, English on the left side and French on the right side~~ AirCanada_853_C-FVLQ_GoCanadaGo_a AirCanada_853_C-FVLQ_GoCanadaGo_b AirCanada_853_C-FVLQ_GoCanadaGo_c AirCanada_853_C-FVLQ_GoCanadaGo_d
  12. The last bus from Bridgeport, right??
  13. They'll be back to YVR tomorrow, stay tune~~
  14. Vietnam Airlines to open flights to Canada Vietnam Airlines has become the first and the only airline in Vietnam approved for operating flights to and from Canada, following intense negotiations Vietnam Airlines has been given a Foreign Air Operator Certificate by the Ministry of Transport of Canada to operate flights to the north American nation. The certificate is the result of a four-month negotiation between Vietnam’s national airline and Canada,which has some of the strictest aviation requirements in the world. Canada’s Foreign Air Operator Certificate granted Vietnam Airlines a certificate starting June 11, 2021, and did not impose a time or limit. Vietnam Airlines was previously given the certificate with an initial duration of three months, from July 13 to Oct. 13, 2020. Following this period, an extension to Nov. 15, 2020 was approved. Vietnam Airlines is the only airline in Vietnam approved by the Canadian authorities so far. Vietnam Airline has acquired a Canadian Foreign Air Operator Certificate / Photo: Dantri Vietnam Airlines can operate direct flights between Vietnam and all airports in Canada. The airline will organize repatriation flights to bring Vietnamese citizens home, and complete the necessary procedures to bring Canadians, permanent residents and Vietnamese students to Canada. To acquire the Foreign Air Operator Certificate, Vietnam Airlines had worked with at least six Canadian government agencies, including aviation authorities, the Ministry of Transport, the Air Transport Security Authority, the Revenue Agency, as well as customs and immigration. Toronto Pearson International Airport / Photo: Toronto Pearson Besides meeting the requirements of Canada’s aviation authorities and the International Civil Aviation Organization, Vietnam Airlines must prove its competencies in flight operation, airplane maintenance, ground services, and Covid prevention. The approval process was initially expected to take over six months, but with support from Vietnam’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Transportation, and service provider partners, Vietnam Airlines completed the process two months earlier than planned. Vietnam Airlines will use modern wide-body airplanes for flights between Vietnam and Canada / Photo: Vietnam+ Vietnam Airlines is planning flights between Vietnam and Canada, with Toronto and Vancouver as the main destinations. The earliest flight is expected to depart from Vietnam on June 30 to repatriate Vietnamese people from Toronto. Vietnam Airlines will use Boeing 787 and Airbus A350 airplanes to fly between Vietnam and Canada, over a distance of 20,000 km with a total flight time of over 30 hours. In early June, Vietnam Airlines was approved to organize 12 repatriation flights for Vietnamese from the United States.
  15. China Southern sent the Airbus A380 back to YVR, but just for summer only due to the reductions of the flight between Canada and China~~ ChinaSouthern_B-6139_a ChinaSouthern_B-6139_b ChinaSouthern_B-6139_c
  16. Cathay 888

    Flair Air

    One more time for that, tail 901 (C-FFEL) on final at 26R in YVR~~ FlairAir_901_C-FFEL_a FlairAir_901_C-FFEL_b FlairAir_901_C-FFEL_c
  17. Cathay 888

    Flair Air

    Tail 902 on arrival in Vancouver from Prince George~~ FlairAir_902_C-FLEJ_a FlairAir_902_C-FLEJ_b FlairAir_902_C-FLEJ_c
  18. Couple shots of Boeing 737 MAX 8 arrived in YVR this afternoon~~ Westjet_310_C-GEHF_a Westjet_310_C-GEHF_b Westjet_310_C-GEHF_c
  19. Mary Hill By-pass have a lot traffic lights is the other problem, otherwise 791 can become full express service~~
  20. I just hope 791 can run all the way in Highway 1 to Mary Hill Bypass, and peak hour trips via United Blvd will be great~~
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