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Sight-Seeing

Fort Langley Air offers Floatplane Adventure Tours over the beautiful coastal mountains and waters of British Columbia, Canada, during the months of May through September (weather and plane schedule permitting). Cost is from $95CAD per person (2 person minimum) for a 1/2-hour mountain tour.

Carole Bishop treated her dad to a "Grand Glacier Tour" for his 88th birthday! He loved it! "Click here" (or on the photo to the left) to enjoy the photos from her slide show!

"Golden Ears Mountain Tour" (1/2-hour special mountain tour): Take-off in FCDQ, our Cessna-180 floatplane from the Fraser River at the Fort Langley Airport, fly up over Pitt Lake, up the valley behind the Golden Ears to Alouette Lake, then back to land on the River at Fort Langley.
Cost:
$95CAD per person (2 person minimum)

"Grand Glacier Tour" (approx. 1 hour): Take-off in our Cessna-180 floatplane from the Fraser River at the Fort Langley Airport, fly up over Pitt Lake, up the Pitt River Valley, over the awesome mountains and glaciers of Garibaldi Provincial Park, over Garibaldi Lake, with views of Black Tusk, Whistler Ski Area, over Squamish and down Howe Sound, past Horseshoe Bay and downtown Vancouver, back to land on the River at Fort Langley.
Cost: $420.00/hr
(plus HST & fuel surcharge). Maximum 3 passengers.

Or let us help you design your own tour. Come on by or contact us to reserve a date and time for your floatplane adventure tour!

Safety is our number one priority here at Fort Langley Air. Before flying in any floatplane, it is important to familiarize yourself with safety considerations as a seaplane passenger. Your pilot 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. Please review the passenger safety guide, which is available in our office. Transport Canada has prepared important safety information and videos which are available to you on their website.

Note: Prices are in Canadian dollars and do not include applicable HST and fuel surcharge.

 

 

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