Airlake Airport (LVN)
LVN is located south of the Twin Cities, near Lakeville and Farmington. Although used primarily by recreational pilots, LVN is situated near one of Minnesota's largest industrial parks, which makes it ideally-suited for business aviation needs. There is one fixed base operator serving pilots and providing aircraft fuel, airframe and mechanical maintenance, flight training, supplies and a place to relax between flights.
The airport is open for aircraft operations 24 hours per day. The airfield at LVN consists of approximately 595 acres. It has a single runway, Runway 12/30, which is 4,098' x 75', and a full-length parallel taxiway. Pilots use common traffic advisory procedures flying to and from the airport, which has no air traffic control tower.
Future plans for LVN include new hangars in the southwest corner of the airfield, expanding the primary runway to 4,600 feet and developing a 2,500-foot crosswind runway.
Click here to access the LVN Long Term Comprehensive Plan: http://metroairports.org/General-Aviation/Airports/Airlake.aspx
The LVN Noise Abatement Plan was developed to promote voluntary aircraft operating procedures that help reduce aircraft noise and overflights for the communities surrounding LVN. Click here to view the LVN Noise Abatement Plan.
The AAAC meets periodically to discuss issues pertaining to Airlake (LVN) airport area development, aircraft operations, and tenant coordination.
Information and resources available for pilots operating at LVN
Address: 8140 220th Street West Lakeville, MN 45044