Metro Vancouver has its first snowfall, Air Canada warns of flight disruptions
Ish Sharma , 06 Dec, 2021 11:52 AM
Metro Vancouver residents woke up to the first snowfall of the season on Monday. As the flurries were falling, Air Canada gave aheads up to all travellers to give themselves plenty of time as the snow might cause flight disruptions.
Light snow is falling at YVR and operations are still running safely and smoothly. Make sure you check the status of your flight before coming to the airport and give yourself plenty of time to get here, check-in and clear security. pic.twitter.com/uSWRoi2bYf
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