Eclipse & Airport Information

Lebanon State Airport is located within the path of totality for the Eclipse on August 21st.

See http://www.oregonfestivals.org/events/details/party-in-the-path-eclipse-in-lebanon-11532

NOTE: Cheadle Lake is now full and is not excepting any more camping reservations!

LebanAir Aviation will provide FREE 24/7 use of facilities (bathrooms, shower, etc.) for pilots and their passengers flying in for the event.  There is ample area for camping and tie-down on the grassy field adjacent to (north of) the FBO.  

CAMPING IS FOR PILOTS AND THEIR PASSENGERS ONLY.

A limited number of paved tie-down spaces will fill up quickly — first come first served 🙂

Arrival on the morning of the eclipse IS HIGHLY INADVISABLE.

July 21st UPDATE:  There are 13 available “transient” paved tie-down spaces available on a first-come basis for $20 per night.  There are were 5 “private” paved tie-down spaces that can be are now all reserved  for $40 per night (two night minimum).  

There is no tie-down fee for parking in the grass — see area labeled “Park” on the runway/taxiway diagram below !!! PLEASE bring rope and tiedown stakes!!! (or FlyTies — a limited number will be available for purchase).

Aircraft parking off of paved areas IS AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Please e-mail us at fbo@lebanair.com for other questions or concerns.

FAA Identifier: S30
Lat/Long: 44-31-47.4420N / 122-55-46.3210W
44-31.790700N / 122-55.772017W
44.5298450 / -122.9295336
(estimated)
Elevation: 344 ft. / 105 m (estimated)
Variation: 19E (1985)
From city: 1 mile SW of LEBANON, OR
Time zone: UTC -7 (UTC -8 during Standard Time)
Friendly factor: 11

Runway / Taxiway

 

 

 

 

Airport use: Open to the public
Activation date: 08/1942
Sectional chart: KLAMATH FALLS
Control tower: are you kidding?
ARTCC: SEATTLE CENTER
FSS: MC MINNVILLE FLIGHT SERVICE STATION
NOTAMs facility: MMV (NOTAM-D service available)
Attendance: CONTINUOUS
Pattern altitude: 1344 ft. MSL
Wind indicator: lighted
Segmented circle: no
Lights: DUSK-DAWN
Beacon: white-green (lighted land airport)

Airport Communications

CTAF/UNICOM: 122.8
WX AWOS-3 at CVO (16 nm W):  135.775 (541-754-0081)

Nearby radio navigation aids

VOR radial/distance VOR name Freq Var
CVOr065/15.7 CORVALLIS VOR/DME 115.40 18E
EUGr007/27.6 EUGENE VORTAC 112.90 20E
NDB name Hdg/Dist Freq Var ID
LEWISBURG 091/15.4 225 18E LWG .-.. .– –.

Airport Services

Fuel available: 100LL & Unleaded MOGAS (non-ethanol)
Parking: tiedowns
Airframe service: MAJOR
Powerplant service: MAJOR
Bottled oxygen: NONE
Bulk oxygen: NONE

Runway Information

Runway 16/34

Dimensions: 2877 x 60 ft. / 877 x 18 m
Surface: asphalt, in excellent condition
Runway edge lights: medium intensity
RUNWAY 16 RUNWAY 34
Traffic pattern: left left
Displaced threshold: no 387 ft.
Markings: basic, in good condition basic, in good condition
Visual slope indicator: 2-light PAPI on left(3.00 degrees glide path) 2-light PAPI on left (3.50 degrees glide path)
Obstructions: 35 ft. tree, 785 ft. from runway, 16:1 slope to clear 56 ft. brush, 693 ft. from runway,150 ft. left of centerline, 8:1 slope to clear
+15 FT ROAD AT 130 FT.

2 thoughts on “Eclipse & Airport Information”

  1. Hello. We are hoping to fly down to Lebanon for the eclipse ( I bet you hear that alot right now) it appears from your website that there is no landing fee. Do we still require a reservation if our plan is to be there only for the duration of the eclipse?
    Is there a place to purchase breakfast near by?
    Thank you in advance.
    Russ.
    CGRUS

    1. Hello Russ,

      Please note that it is highly inadvisable to fly in the morning of the eclipse. All of our reserved spots are taken at this point, so if you are a late arrival plan on parking in the grass on the side of the RWY16 taxiway.

      You will need a tie-down system and wheel chocks. We will have Fly-Ties for sale ($99.95) and a limited number of wheel chocks.

      We will have a limited supply of coffee and muffins. Two courtesy cars will be available for a 30 minute sign-out and we’ll have a van making occasional trips into “town” (a mile or so from the airport).

      I highly encourage you to fly in the day before and camp rather than try to arrive the morning of the eclipse.

      See you soon!

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