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.

Airport capability

Langley Regional Airport is open to general aviation including helicopters and fixed wing aircraft. The airport has 3 public Helicopter parking pads, 3 fixed wing itinerant overnight visitor parking spots, 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

For detailed operating information, refer to a current issue of the Canada flight supplement for YNJ.

Airport operations

Langley Regional Airport is certified for day and night VFR operations.

 YNJ map


Langley Regional Airport operations

Nav Canada control tower

Tower Radio: 119.0

Ground Radio: 121.9

ATIS Radio: 124.5


Operational 7 days a week

08:30 - 18:30 Local Time-Winter (PST)

08:30 - 20:30 Local Time-Summer (DST)

Airport administration office

Open Monday to Friday

8:00am - 4:00pm

305, 5385 216 St Langley, BC  V2Y 2N3




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 and printer available in the flight planning room located at the Airport Administration Office.


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

Weather (general): 604-664-9032


CYXX Abbotsford Airport 095° 11.6
CZBB Boundary Bay Airport 246° 14.9
CYVR Vancouver International Airport 267° 22.5
CYYJ Victoria International Airport 212° 41.6
CYCD Nanaimo Airport 250° 49.0

Customs and 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:

  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • Debit

Jet A fuel is available by truck and can be obtained by calling 604-360-2306 7 days a week 07:30 - 17:00 local time.

 Fuel services

Aircraft tie-downs

There are three itinerant overnight aircraft visitor tie-down spots located on Apron 2, directly in front of the Canadian Museum of Flight. Overnight visitor tie-down is limited to five nights, at a cost of $11.33 (GST included) per night. Visitor parking payment forms and envelopes, for cash and cheque payments, are available via an outdoor kiosk accessible on a 24-hour basis. For longer durations or for alternative payment options, please contact the airport administration office. We also offer free day use only itinerant parking spots directly in front of the terminal building on Apron 1.

Tiedown services