Flooding creates problems at Vancouver International Airport's South Terminal

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      Vehicles in the parking lot were surrounded by a deep pool of water today at the South Terminal of Vancouver International Airport.

      The airport's Twitter feed attributed this to heavy rains rather than a problem with the dyke.

      The flooding also interfered with shuttle service.

      In addition, the water had an impact on operations, according to YVR's Twitter feed.

      About a half-million people travel through the South Terminal each year.

      Island Express Air, KD Air Corporation, Central Mountain Air, and Pacific Coast Airlines, as well as privately owned planes, rely on this terminal.