LNS Alliance Aviation, the lone service provider at Pennsylvania’s Lancaster Airport (LNS), will debut its new home—a $3 million, airport-built FBO facility—with an official grand opening later this month.
The newly built 6,700-sq-ft, two-story building, which has a prime midfield location, features a glass-walled passenger lounge overlooking the ramp,12-seat conference room, pilot lounge with a pair of snooze rooms and shower facilities, and flight-planning room. It will offer concierge services, complimentary hot beverages, a catering prep kitchen with a dishwasher, available office space, and a courtesy car. The new private aviation terminal replaces the decades-old 4,000-sq-ft facility that LNS Alliance Aviation occupied since 2008, which has already been taken over by aircraft maintenance, sales, and charter provider flyAdvanced.
Hangar space able to accommodate aircraft up to the size of a Challenger 300 is available on an as-needed basis along with rental cars, and a restaurant is within walking distance. The Avfuel-branded location plans a week-long introductory event beginning on June 21, offering tours, gift bags, and local treats.