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Lost Nation Airport

Lost Nation Airport

The Lost Nation Airport (KLNN) is a corporate airport located approximately 3 miles north of downtown Willoughby and 16 miles east of downtown Cleveland. The airport has two runways: runway 5-23 which is 5,013 feet long by 100 feet wide, and runway 10-28 which is 4,835 feet long by 100 feet wide. Facilities include AWOS III weather, a full-service Fixed Base Operator (FBO) providing fuel, major airframe/powerplant repairs, aircraft tiedown and hangar storage. Both 100LL and Jet A fuel are available. Based aircraft number 86 and include single- and multi-engine, turbo prop and jet with approximately 35-40 thousand aircraft operations annually. Additionally, there are 6 multi-tenant hangars to house private and corporate aircraft. On October 8, 2014 Lost Nation Airport was transferred to the LCOPEDA by the FAA.

The Ohio Department of Transportation found that Lost Nation Airport has an economic impact of $9.4 million to Lake County. 

The AWOS III weather can be accessed by by dialing a unicom radio into 119.225 or by calling 440-942-0809. 


Help us shape the future of Lost Nation Airport!

The Lake County Ohio Port and Economic Development Authority has initiated the development of an Airport Master for Lost Nation Airport.  An important goal of the Authority is to be able to serve airport users and the business community more effectively.  Your valuable input will help to:

·         Identify the airport’s strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities.

·         Address future capital improvement needs.

·         Develop a customized plan to benefit the airport’s users and surrounding community.

Please complete the confidential online survey by April 30, 2016:

Pilot Survey:


Business Survey:


If you have any questions, please contact Aileen Maguire by email at amaguire@cscos.com or call (877) CS-SOLVE. Thank you for participating.

The Lake County Ohio Port and Economic Development Authority presented the results of the Lost National Airport Study at a public meeting in March of 2011. The presentation is available here for those who were unable to attend the meeting.