Safety is our first priority

Our standard: Above & Beyond
Just like you, pilots want to fly and land safely. Please take time to read the documents below before you fly

EDucate,

prepare, communicate, maintain.

Every day we go through standard, tested, checklists and procedures to maintain best practice maintenance and safety. Canada is a world leader in transportation standards and Fort Langley Air is Transport Canada certified and compliant.

SAFETY BRIEFING

Prepare to fly safely. 

At FLA, safety is a fundamental part of our culture and our number one priority daily, in every move we make.

Before you fly:
Your pilot and crew has been thoroughly trained in seaplane safety and will provide you with a passenger safety briefing before each flight. Please listen carefully and feel free to ask questions. Transport Canada’s Passenger Safety Guide is available on this page in .pdf form, and as a brochure in our office.

Transport Canada has prepared important safety information and videos for seaplane passengers, available to you on their website. We have provided some links on this page.

Seaplane Passenger Safety

WHAT TO BRING ABOARD

Weather-suitable clothing
(Dress in layers)
Practical shoes
Camera
Water bottle 
Sunglasses
Sunscreen

General Aviation Safety

Underwater Egress

If you are a pilot, or a frequent floatplane passenger, we recommend that you take underwater egress training. We use Proaviation in Langley, BC

our oceans

Respecting our Canadian oceans and waterways.

Fly the fort

Training

We are the pilot’s choice for best float training school in North America. Complete your seaplane rating, build float plane hours, take your career bush pilot course or enjoy dual yoke flight-seeing

Charters

You need a seaplane!  Save time at work or play with a floatplane trip to your remote destination on the BC Coast. For 20 years we have been transporting singles, groups, crews and freight. Call us for a competitive custom quote.

Tours

See the wild BC Coast from the eagle’s view. Come and explore favourite spots old and new from a different perspective: Vancouver, Sea to Sky, Lower Mainland, Garibaldi, Harrison Lake, Golden Ears and more.