Lebanon-Warren County Airport

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Coordinates: 39°27′44″N 084°15′07″W / 39.46222°N 84.25194°W / 39.46222; -84.25194

Lebanon-Warren County Airport
Greentree Corners and Lebanon-Warren County Airport.jpg
The Lebanon-Warren County Airport and surrounding countryside, seen from the west
Airport type Public
Owner Warren County Airport Authority
Operator Warren County Airport, Ltd.
Serves Warren County, Ohio
Location Lebanon, Ohio
Elevation AMSL 898 ft / 274 m
I68 is located in Ohio
Location of airport in Ohio/United States
I68 is located in the US
I68 (the US)
Direction Length Surface
ft m
1/19 4,502 1,372 Asphalt
Statistics (2006)
Aircraft operations 24,951
Based aircraft 104

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.[1]

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.[1]

Navigation and Communications aids[edit]

  • 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[edit]


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.[1]

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