Pilots

 

AIRPORT CAPABILITY

Langley Regional Airport is open to general aviation including helicopters and fixed wing aircraft. The airport has 14 helicopter pads and 2 runways.

PILOT INFORMATION

Langley Regional Airport is certified for public day and night VFR operations:

  • A circling only GPS approach is published with limits of 660 ASL (626 AGL) 
  • Local fire, ambulance and RCMP services are on call to provide emergency response 
  • Weather and flight planning service is available in the Airport Administration Office, above Adrian’s Restaurant

For detailed operating information, refer to a current issue of the Canada Flight Supplement.

 

AIRPORT OPERATIONS

Langley Regional Airport is a GA friendly airport, open to the public 7 days a week from 8:00am - 4:00pm.  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   


Tower

Radio: 119.0
 

Ground

Radio: 121.9
 

ATIS

Radio: 124.5
1-877-517-2847 

Open 7 days a week
08:30-18:30 Winter
08:30-20:30 Summer

 

Airport Administration Office

Open Monday to Friday 
604-534-7330
ynjairport@tol.ca

 

FLIGHT PLANNING

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 tng flts 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.

WEATHER

Flight Planning (and route weather): 1-866-541-4101

Weather (general): 604-664-9032

 

DISTANCES 

ID
Name
Heading

 

CYXX

Abbotsford Airport

095°

11.6

CZBB

Vancouver/Boundary Bay Airport

246°

14.9

KBLI

Bellingham International Airport

151°

18.9

CYVR

Vancouver International Airport

267°

22.5

KORS

Orcas Island Airport

188°

26.0

KFHR

Friday Harbor Airport

187°

38.1

KBVS

Skagit Regional Airport

150°

38.7

CYYJ

Victoria International Airport

212°

41.6

KNUW

Whidbey Island NAS/Ault Field/Airport

164°

45.0

CYCD

Nanaimo Airport

250°

49.0

KOKH

Aj Eisenberg Airport

164°

51.0

For detailed operating information, refer to a current issue of the Canada Flight Supplement .

 

CUSTOMS & CANPASS

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.

 

FUEL SERVICES

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:

  • American Express
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • Debit

Jet A fuel is available by truck and can be obtained by calling 604-360-2306

 

 

JET FUEL HOURS

Monday to Friday 08:00-16:00 Local time

 

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 the Airport Administration 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. Visitor tie-down is limited to 5 days.