Vancouver Airport Authority Board Welcomes New Director John Currie

Vancouver Airport Authority Board Welcomes New Director John Currie 
RICHMOND, BC, Nov. 28, 2012 /CNW/ - Mary Jordan, Chair of Vancouver Airport 
Authority Board of Directors, today announced the appointment of John Currie 
to the Board. 
"John Currie is a tremendous addition to the Airport Authority's 
community-based Board of Directors," said Jordan. "His accomplishments in 
business and support for the local community will complement the leadership of 
our Board and help ensure that Vancouver International Airport remains a 
premier global gateway and a local economic generator." 
Mr. Currie brings extensive corporate financial experience to the Authority 
Board as the Executive Vice President and CFO of lululemon athletica Inc. as 
well as previous experience as CFO of Intrawest Corporation. Mr. Currie also 
serves on the board of Coastal Contacts Inc. and is a chartered accountant. 
Vancouver Airport Authority is governed by a Board of 14 Directors. Nine 
Directors, with key ties to the local community, are appointed by eight 
nominating entities. Up to five Directors are appointed by the Board from the 
community at large. The Airport Authority President and Chief Executive 
Officer also serves as a Director. 
About Vancouver Airport Authority Vancouver Airport Authority is a 
community-based, not-for-profit organization that operates Vancouver 
International Airport (YVR). Canada's second busiest airport, YVR served 
approximately 17 million passengers in 2011 and handled more than 258,000 
aircraft landings and take-offs on its runways. Sixty-two airlines serve YVR, 
connecting people and businesses to more than 100 destinations in Canada, the 
U.S. and around the world. 
YVR Media Relations 
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