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.
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.
The YNJ Airport Administration Office is closed to the public. Staff are available to respond to Airport Operation inquiries at YNJairport@tol.ca or 604-534-7330.
Airport Tenant Contact Information is available on our Business page.
For all other Township of Langley updates to service impacts as a result of COVID-19, visit tol.ca/covid19.
Discover Langley Regional Airport
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 one of the busiest general aviation airports in the country. The airport is home to 55 aviation businesses providing everything from chartered helicopter and fixed-wing flights to aerospace innovation, parts manufacturing, and maintenance.
Open to the public, the Langley Regional Airport (YNJ) welcomes both rotary and fixed-wing private and commercial aircraft. Certified for public day and night VFR operation 7 days a week, YNJ has 3 helicopter pads and 2 runways (maximum length: 836 meters or 2,743 feet). The airport also provides 24-hour fuel services and CANPASS.
“We don’t have to ferry repairs of our aircraft to other airports nor have mechanics come to us. There are quite a few choices at the Langley airport so we save money with having established relationships and better quality control right here.”
Ron Reynolds, President & Chief Flight Instructor, Sky Quest Aviation
Aviation Business Abounds at Langley Regional Airport
More than 55 rotary and fixed-wing businesses have selected Langley Regional Airport for their base of operations, including such global leaders as Standard Aero Ltd. These companies employ more than 300 people, generate more than $70 million in business annually and occupy 200,000 square feet of industrial/office space. Businesses on this 120-acre site continue to grow and develop, investing more than $15 million in recent improvements.
Discover our attractions! Langley Regional Airport is home to the renowned Canadian Museum of Flight, significant regional events attracting upwards of 75,000 people, and some great food. Discover more about the attractions at the Airport or discover some other attractions in and around the Township of Langley.