Lebanon-Warren County Airport
|Lebanon-Warren County Airport|
The Lebanon-Warren County Airport and surrounding countryside, seen from the west
|Owner||Warren County Airport Authority|
|Operator||Warren County Airport, Ltd.|
|Serves||Warren County, Ohio|
|Elevation AMSL||898 ft / 274 m|
Lebanon-Warren County Airport (FAA LID: I68) is a public airport located three miles (5 km) northwest of the central business district of Lebanon, on Greentree Road, in Warren County, Ohio, United States.
It is a county owned public airport operated by the Warren County Airport Authority, a board of 9 members appointed by the County Commissioners. The runway, taxiway, and communication and navigation aids are County owned. The Airport Authority leases a terminal for public use on adjacent private property. The hangars, and other airport buildings are privately owned and operated. Daily airport management is handled under contract by fixed-base operator (FBO), Warren County Airport, Ltd.
There is one North-South Runway (01/19). The runway is 4502' x 65' asphalt paved with lighting for night operation. The runway has displaced thresholds on both ends to clear obstructions. Airport elevation is 898'. There is a taxiway parallel to the runway.
- MIRL Runway & Taxiway lights
- PCL Pilot Controlled Lighting - Frequency 123.075
- REIL - Runway End Identification Lights
- Rotating beacon - White-Green
- Wind sock near center of runway, between runway and taxiway
- Segmented Circle - Near Windsock
- Tower with obstruction light mid-field east of runway
- 4 light PAPI
- AWOS Automated Weather Observation System - Frequency 120.550, By Phone 513-934-5500
- UNICOM - Frequency 123.075
- Online weather information service in terminal building
Privately operated airport services
- Aviation Fuel
- Hangar Rental
- Pilot training
- Aircraft Rental
- Aircraft Charters
- Warren County Career Center - Aerospace Academy
- Miami Valley Hospital Careflight helicopter base and helipad
- Home of the USU Wright Flyer replica built for the 100th anniversary of aviation held in 2003 
- Helicopter Training, rides, photo flights, and other helicopter services 
- Hot air ballooning
For the 12-month period ending December 19, 2006, the airport had 24,951 aircraft operations, an average of 68 per day: 99% general aviation, 1% air taxi and <1% military. There are 104 aircraft based at this airport: 72% single-engine, 26% multi-engine (27) and 2% jet.
- FAA Airport Master Record for I68 ( PDF), effective 2007-07-05
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-26. Retrieved 2009-04-22.