Centrally located in the Fraser Valley, the Township of Langley offers an unparalleled transportation network, world-class amenities and parks, and some of the region's most affordable housing and business lease rates.
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The Township of Langley is a thriving, business-friendly community located in the Metro Vancouver Regional District along the wide river basin of the Fraser Valley. Centrally located in a region population of 3 million people, the Township of Langley provides access to an unparalleled transportation network, world-class amenities and supplies, a skilled labour force, and some of Metro Vancouver's most affordable housing and business rates --- including one of the region's most competitive tax rates.
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.
Get information on Airport Capability, Airport Operations, Flight Planning, Approach Vectors, Weather Cam and Reports, Radio Frequencies, Distances, Fuel Services, USA/Canada Customs and CANPASS, and more.
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.
Langley Regional Airport is a GA friendly airport, open to the public 7 days a week from 7:00am - 10:00pm. It is certified for day and night VFR operations and with access to 24/7 on-call fire, ambulance, and RCMP emergency response.
LANGLEY REGIONAL AIRPORT OPERATIONS
Radio: 124.5 1.877.517.2847
Open 7 days a week 08:30-18:30 Winter 08:30-20:30 Summer
Flight Information Centre (FIC) Kamloops 866-WXBRIEF (Toll free within Canada) or 866-541-4101 (Toll free within Canada & USA) Area Control Centre (ACC) Vancouver IFR 604-586-4590/4591; IFR tngflts PPR ctc 604-586-4592; ctc Victoria Tml 604-598-4561 for IFR clnc when tower closed. Weather computer & printer available in the flight planning room located at the Airport Management Office.
Entry between Canada and the USA is permissible at Langley Regional Airport with a CANPASS. Otherwise, local customs ports-of-entry from the United States are available at Boundary Bay Airport and Abbotsford International Airport.
Both Avgas 100LL and Jet A fuel is available. Avgas 100LL fuel is available 24 hours a day via two self-serve automatic dispensers on Apron 1. Both stations are available for fixed wing aircraft. The dispenser located near ‘Helipad C’ is available to helicopters.
Self-serve Avgas dispensers accept the following methods of payment:
Jet A fuel is available by truck to helicopter service. Jet A Fuel Service may be obtained by calling 604-532-0322
JET FUEL HOURS
CanWest will provide fuel services to Airport customers
Monday to Friday 07:30-17:00 during winter time (being when daylight saving time in BC begins in the fall)
Monday to Friday 07:30-18:00 during summer time (being when daylight saving time in BC begins in the spring)
A call out fee for fuelling after-hours or on the weekends may be charged at $65 for the evenings and $80 for weekends
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AIRCRAFT TIE DOWNS
Langley Regional Airport has overnight visitor aircraft tie downs, monthly and annual outdoor asphalt tie down spots. All tie-down locations have in-ground tie down lugs. Contact Airport Management Office for tie down fee schedule.
VISITOR TIE DOWNS
There are three aircraft visitor parking spots located on Apron 2, directly in front of the Canadian Museum of Flight. Visitor parking payment forms / envelopes are available to visiting aircrew via an outdoor kiosk accessible on a 24 hour basis.