Langley Airport

Heli-College Canada
is located at the Langley Municipal Airport which is at 5333-216th Street (near the Fraser Highway), Langley, British Columbia, Canada. The school is approximately 35 minutes drive from Vancouver, B.C. We have the advantage of several good areas for basic training both on the airport itself, and just outside the Langley control zone. In addition, Langley airport is only 10 minutes from the mountains and more advanced training locations.

To reach Heli-College Canada by car from Vancouver.

Head east on the 401 freeway. Take the 200th street exit south to Langley. Turn left at the Langley By-Pass. Continue on the By-Pass to the 4th light at Fraser Highway. Turn left on Fraser Highway and head east to the first traffic light at 216th Street. Turn left (north) on 216th Street. Langley Municipal Airport is on the left side of 216th. Heli-College is located at the first major entrance to the airport, first building on the right as you enter the airport. There is a large DC3 airplane on display next to our building.

To reach Heli-College Canada by bus from Vancouver.

Take the bus to the Langley central bus depot. Although there is a connecting bus that will take you near the airport, it is often easier for you if you simply call our office at 604-530-3812. We will try to send someone to pick you up at the bus depot, drive you to the airport for your appointment, and return you to the bus depot for your return trip.

To reach Heli-College Canada from Vancouver Airport.

If you inform us of your arrival time, we will always attempt to meet arriving international students at the airport in Vancouver. If we are not able to meet you in person, we can arrange for an inexpensive shuttle service to bring you to your hotel from the airport. If you are arriving late at night, we can arrange for you to stay in a hotel near the Vancouver airport for your first night, and then arrange for your transfer to your accommodation in Langley the following morning.

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