The next Commercial Pilot with Applied Human Factors Aviation Diploma begins on March 29th, 2021
The next Full-Time Commercial Pilot program, begins on June 7th, 2021
The next Full-Time Private Pilot program, begins on May 17th, 2021
The next Part-Time Private Pilot program, begins on May 21th, 2021.
Our Multi-Engine Rating and Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (IFR) programs, begin Anytime.
To register, please contact Langley Flying School at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-877-532-6461 ...to provide safe and effective pilot training...
Our professional Flight Instructor Rating program begins Jan 25th 2021. To register, please contact Langley Flying School at email@example.com or 1-877-532-6461 ...to provide safe and effective pilot training...
Attention - International and Returning Students:
Under new requirements for air travel that took effect February 22, 2021, when a student arrives in Canada, the student MUST take a COVID-19 test before leaving the airport and spend 3 days in quarantine at a federal government-authorized hotel. With a clear test result, the student can proceed to the quarantine site identified in their quarantine plan. Ten-days into their quarantine, the student will use a take-home test provided at their arrival in Canada. A further clear result is required before leaving quarantine at 14 days.READ MORE
It is your responsibility to book your quarantine hotel and send us confirmation via email firstname.lastname@example.org at least 6 days prior to boarding your flight to Canada. LFS must review ALL Quarantine Plans to ensure that all information, including quarantine requirements and additional costs for students arriving in Canada are up-to-date.
Further details on these requirements, and the requirements for travellers arriving at land border crossings, are available on line: Government of Canada expands restrictions to international travel by land and air - Canada.ca
Langley Flying School (LFS) resumed training operations on May 19th, 2020, following interruptions related to coronavirus (COVID - 19). As per WorkSafeBC and Provincial Health Recommendations, Langley Flying School initially conducted a risk assessment prior to reopening the institution in May. The risk assessment was done in accordance with the recommendations of the local PHA and we were able to come up with a 3-step approach which has resulted in zero cases of COVID-19 since our resumption in May 2020: The focus has been to:Read More
Langley Flying School (LFS) is gradually resuming some training operations on May 19th 2020, following interruptions related to coronavirus (COVID-19). We have developed a coronavirus COVID-19 Safety Plan and Policy to reduce the risk of transmission.
It also includes a self declaration you must initially complete online prior to entering the premises for the first time - this applies to all staff, students, and stakeholders.
After initially completing this declaration online, we simply ask that you subsequently complete this self-declaration at home or at the door prior to entering the premises in the future and should any of your responses change, contact us immediately.
You are strongly encouraged to go above these recommended measures and exercise all due diligence to keep yourself safe and informed regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
You may find the Policy and Declaration here: Submit here
Flight Instructors began reaching out to their assigned students today to discuss scheduling and any questions you may have regarding resumption of training. Kindly note that we have recently had some personnel changes therefore if you are currently enrolled and your instructor does not contact you by 20 May 2020 - please send an email to email@example.com to have a new instructor assigned to you.
We look forward to seeing you all again soon!