Langley Regional Airport – YNJ
Langley Regional Airport is open to the public and welcomes approximately 100,000 rotary and fixed wing, private and commercial Aircrafts each year. It’s certified for public day and night VFR operations seven days a week. It is one of the busiest general aviation airports in the country. It also hosts many major events that have drawn up to 75,000 people together.
Located at 5385 216 Street, Langley, British Columbia. This airport consist of three Helicopter pads two are asphalt and one is grass, and 2 runways, one is 836 meters or 2,743 feet in length and the other is 640 meters or 2100 feet long.
The airport offers 24-hour fuel services, Canpass and has extensive hangar space, it also hosts the Canadian Museum of Flight. Langley Regional Airport was was purchased by the Township of Langley in 1967 for $24,300, before then they leased it in starting in 1945 from the Federal Government where is was The Royal Canadian Air Forces airport.
Vector Aerospace is one of 55 rotary and fixed-wing businesses that uses Langley Regional airport as their base of operations. There companies employ over 300 people and generate over $70 million annually, and have invested more that $15 million in recent improvements.