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Recommended Routes to CYNJ from the U.S.

We recommend that you follow one of the routes shown below to clear customs at either Abbotsford or Boundary Bay, then continue on to Langley. (Customs is not available at Langley itself.)

Take special note of the Abbotsford CZ extension and the controlled airspace above Blaine, WA, when flying in that area.

Approaching Langley:
  • squawk 2400
  • ATIS 124.5
  • TWR 119.0
Approaching Boundary Bay: Approaching Abbotsford:
  • Note CZ Extension
  • ATIS 119.8
  • TWR 121.0

Note: this is not a current chart.

To see a high resolution version of the above map, click here (caution: 3.4 MB file).

Different Procedures in Canada

For the most part, flying regulations and procedures in Canada are the same as in the U.S. However, there are a few differences that are of interest to U.S. pilots coming to Canada for the first time.

If you have any questions about flying in Canada, feel free to write me at .

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