Our Part-Time Private Pilot program, Which begin on Nov 10th, 2020.
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 Sep 3 2020. To register, please contact Langley Flying School at email@example.com or 1-877-532-6461 ...to provide safe and effective pilot training...
Interested in becoming a Pilot? Sign up for our hybrid (online and small in-class groups) Private Pilot Licence (PPL) ground school program, which begins Sep 1st, 2020. The duration is approximately seven weeks and it prepares students to successfully complete the Transport Canada Private Pilot Aeroplane written exam. To register, please contact Langley Flying School at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-877-532-6461 - spots are limited and the registration deadline is June 30th. ...to provide safe and effective pilot training...
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!
Safety Plan and Policy
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, LFS has developed the following COVID-19 Safety Plan and Policy. This tool will guide you through the policy, procedures, and recommendations that we have in place to reduce the risk of transmission.
It also includes a self-declaration you must complete prior to entering the premises - this applies to all staff, students, and stakeholders.
Please note, you are encouraged to go above these recommended measures and exercise all due diligence to keep yourself safe and informed regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
The maximum occupancy limit for the facility (110 - 5385 216 Street Langley BC) is now set to a maximum of 40 individuals. Furthermore, there is a spreadsheet at the entrance used to track daily occupancy - as well as the completion of the daily COVID-19 self-declaration. Should you be feeling unwell, or have contact with anyone who is ill please contact the Chief Flight Instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone 1-877-532-6461.
The Provincial Health Officer and the BC CDC have issued the following guidance around self-isolation:
1. Anyone who has had symptoms of COVID-19 in the last 10 days must self-isolate at home; symptoms include fever, chills, new or worsening cough, shortness of breath, sore throat and new muscle aches or headache.
2. Anyone under the direction of the Provincial Health Officer to self-isolate must follow those instructions.
3. Anyone who has arrived from outside of Canada, or who is a contact of a confirmed COVID-19 case, to self-isolate for 14 days and monitor for symptoms.
With that in mind these procedures must be strictly followed:
1. Protecting yourself and others:
i. The best thing you can do to prevent spreading COVID-19 is to wash your hands frequently with warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds. This must be done immediately upon entering the building, as well as before and after breaks.
ii.Use a hand sanitizer frequently, especially after touching shared surfaces and items such as door handles, microwaves, and coffee machines etc.
iii. Handshakes, hugs, or other unnecessary forms of physical contact are strongly discouraged.
iv. You are encouraged to wear gloves, and a non-medical face mask or face covering at all times. However, LFS only mandates the use of a non- medical mask or face covering when unable to maintain a minimum physical distance of 2 metres (6 feet) between yourself and others, as well as
when in the aircraft.
2. Maintaining physical distance:
i. Maintain at least 2metres (7 feet) between yourself and others whenever possible.
3. Cleaning andHygiene:
i. Use disinfecting wipes to clean any shared areas that you intend to use prior to first use, such as, tables, keyboards, aircraft keys, aircraft door handles, control column and knobs, seatbelt buckles, towbars etc.
In the event of an outbreak or a suspected case of COVID 19, all operations will be temporarily suspended, and all individuals will be asked to return home to self-isolate while we review our data to facilitate contact tracing. The Langley Flying School program administrator collects all data on persons entering and leaving the facility and this daily occupancy tracker has been stored since May 2020.
This will be provided to the Chief Flight Instructor CFI (Aaron) who will contact all persons who were in the facility on the day of said outbreak, to inform them to self-isolate pending further directions from the Provincial Health Officer.
With assistance from the President and the Assistant Chief Flight Instructor, The CFI will also complete a report which will be immediately sent to the Office of the Provincial Health Officer and the BC Medical Health Officer for our region Dr. Martin Lavoie (Martin.email@example.com) by the Chief Flight Instructor for further direction. The Chief Flight Instructor will also attempt to contact the Medical Health Officer by telephone.