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Monday July 28, 2014


Commercial Property Lease

Commercial property lease opportunities available, contact us for more information: 604-465-8977

General Contact Information

100 - 18799 Airport Way
Pitt Meadows, BC V3Y 2B4
T: 604-465-8977   /   F: 604-465-4512

Welcome to YPK!

Located in Pitt Meadows, BC, north of the Fraser River, Pitt Meadows Airport is your gateway to the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley regions.

The Airport consists of a staffed control tower, terminal building, restaurant, three paved runways: one 4692 ft, one 2484 ft, one 2485 ft and a water runway. It is the home base for three major rotary wing operations, provides a float plane dock and ramp and serves approximately 225 locally based float and regular aircraft. Businesses at the airport offer a variety of both aviation and non-aviation services. We are listed as the fifteenth busiest airport in Canada, in 2011 we had 110,346 aircraft movements. We are the third busiest in the Lower Mainland.

 Services at YPK include:

**Have a look at our Board's new Strategic Plan**


If you have any comments about the Strategic Plan after reading please continue to the survey.

 Congratulations to our new Board Members Wendy Boyes and Dave Walsh!

Filming Notice- July 28th 2014

Notice to tenants- The float ramp and surrounding area will be occupied on Monday July 28th 2014 from 7am-7pm. If you are in need of ramp usage please contact the Locations Manager (Trevor Metz at 604.868.7066) for further arrangements. This film production will be occupying the main parking lot on Monday July 28 and the overflow parking lot from Saturday, July 25th-Monday July 28th (please remove your vehicles if parked in these locations at these times. Thank you for all your cooperation!

BC Day

The terminal office will be closed for BC day on Monday, August 4th and will reopen on Tuesday, August 5th at 8:30am.



Large Space Required!

The Alouette Valley Association needs to find a drying area for 6 cedar poles which will be used as gateway features for the Alouette Valley neighborhood. They will roughly measure 20’ long by 24” at the stump(4) and 20’ by 36”(2) at the stump. Ideally the drying barn would allow our Pitt Meadows carver, Brad Dinwoodie, access to the logs so that he could eliminate one entire move of the logs (which would damage the bases). At this time they are unsure of the timeframe required, but it would certainly cover a matter of months.


This is a community beautification project and the tress/logs will be carved and erected at three gateway sites within the community (Maple Ridge). If you have any leads please contact







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