Located in the heart of Lower Mainland British Columbia, the Langley Regional Airport (YNJ) is a centre of excellence for helicopter and general aviation business. Welcoming up to 100,000 rotary and fixed-wing traffic movements per year, YNJ is also a world-renowned business centre of excellence for rotary and fixed wing aircraft.
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What aviation service are you looking for? From helicopter and fixed-wing aircraft maintenance and overall to heavy-lifting, transportation and agricultural services, chances are that we have it at YNJ.
Filming is big business at Langley Regional Airport. From acclaimed television shows such as Warner Brother's Arrow and Steven Speilberg's Falling Skies to feature-length movies such as "Age of Adeline", the Langley Regional Airport is a popular film production destination.
Locate your aviation business at Langley Regional Airport. With more than 200,000 square feet of industrial/office space and 120 acres, YNJ welcomes new and existing business growth. Learn more about our growth and explore building and hangar leasing opportunities.
Youth programs like Langley’s 746 Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets is a great way for young people to get involved in aviation. The 746 Squadron also participates in the Air Cadets Gliding Programs, where youth can work towards receiving their glider pilot license.
746 Squadron Air Cadets participate in a variety of fun and challenging activities, from learning survival skills for flight crew to physical education and recreation. From hands-on activities such as building model aircraft to learning about the latest aviation tools and advanced aerospace technology, there is something for everyone. Even the artist or musician can find their niche at the Royal Canadian Air Cadets.
The Air Cadet Gliding Program is a youth gliding program operated by the Canadian Forces (CF) and the Air Cadet League of Canada for the benefit of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets. Cadets aged 16-18 receive gliding familiarization training and hands-on instruction, enabling successful students to obtain a glider pilot licence.
COPA is non-profit organization that is the recognized voice of general aviation in Canada. They defend the right of Canadians to enjoy the freedom of Canadian airspace, remove barriers to the growth of aviation, promote air safety education, and work to lower the cost of flying.
Langley Aero Club (CYNJ) is a pilot forum for discussion and education from everything from aircraft maintenance to pilot safety. Join the club and stay up-to-date on the latest strategies and techniques to help you excel. And mark your calendars for upcoming seminars and social events.