A power outage at Vancouver International Airport's domestic terminal forced a handful of flight cancellations and several delays Thursday morning.
According to information on the YVR departures website, three flights to Calgary and Edmonton were cancelled earlier this morning and a number of others were delayed.
At 8:12 a.m. PT, YVR tweeted that power had been restored.
An earlier advisory recommended that all passengers check with their airline for updated flight information and arrival times prior to leaving for the airport.
We are having a power issue in the domestic terminal. Crews are working to fix as quickly as possible. We will provide more information here as it becomes available.— Vancouver Airport (@yvrairport) October 25, 2018
The power issue at YVR is impacting the domestic terminal only. Passengers are still being processed through security, but some services in the domestic terminal are effected. International and transborder are fully operational. More updates to come. Thank you for your patience.— Vancouver Airport (@yvrairport) October 25, 2018
Starting to see power restored inside domestic terminal building. Gates & baggage system still impacted causing some flight delays. Working to restore all services, we very much appreciate everybody's patience this morning. International and US terminal fully operational.— Vancouver Airport (@yvrairport) October 25, 2018
UPDATE: Power is back in the domestic terminal building at YVR. We are working to get passengers on their way as quickly and safely as possible as we restore services. Huge thanks for everybody's patience this morning!— Vancouver Airport (@yvrairport) October 25, 2018
Yvr power outage. Get here early! pic.twitter.com/1v6V5LmxJO— Waynefasek (@FasekWrf) October 25, 2018