ⓘ Abbotsford International Airport


ⓘ Abbotsford International Airport

Abbotsford International Airport is located in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada, 2.2 nautical miles southwest of the city centre. It is the second largest airport in the Lower Mainland, after Vancouver International Airport, and is in close proximity to British Columbia Highway 1, and the US border. It is located about 40 kilometres from Surrey city centre and 65 kilometres from downtown Vancouver.

YXX offers daily domestic flights from the airport are seasonal and international scheduled traffic. The airport is equipped with cat 1 landing system instrumentation, on-site aircraft rescue and fire fighting, and fully serviced terminal building with customs and passenger screening. It is classified as an airport of entry by NAV Canada and is staffed by the Canada border services Agency CBSA for all scheduled international flights. The CBSA also provides services for the design of aircraft of General aviation is not more than 15 passengers

Abbotsford airport has a longstanding community of General aviation and the aviation community, including cascade aerospace, Conair group, and the aerospace centre University of the Fraser valley.

Abbotsford airport is also home to the Abbotsford shell Aerocentre FBO and flight school, such as coastal Pacific aviation and helicopters "Chinook". YXX is highly visible to the public because of the Abbotsford international Airshow, defence and security Expo and events tradex centre.

There are approximately 87 acres 215 acres of land immediately available for development of airfield and Landside. In 2008 503.693 passengers passed through Abbotsford airport and 477.087 in 2014.

In 2018, the airport announced that it will be held in $ 5 million 14-000-square-foot expansion to add new gates and additional passenger seat.

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