Come to Aero-Tech Services to explore the beautiful Lancaster County scenery from above! Aero-Tech Services, Inc is the perfect place to launch your adventures because a one hour flight can get you to the beach in Jersey, the mountains of New York, or downtown Baltimore, DC, and New York City. Best of all, you’ll receive a warm welcome from our staff and find an aircraft that is clean and well-maintained by our very own maintenance department. We pride ourselves on the quality of our services and we look forward to helping you achieve your goals.
-Redbird FMX Simulator
-Headset Rental ($9-$40 per day rental)
-Local charts & pilot supplies
Self-serve is available on the east side of the terminal building. Fuel cards for self-serve can be found in the glove compartment or right front pocket of the aircraft. You can also call Alliance (FBO on the field) for fuel deliveries to the tiedowns (717-735-9507).
Aircraft keys and clipboard are kept at the front desk. Please fill in name, contact info, and destination on invoice inside of the clipboard and leave yellow carbon copy in the tray. White copy stays in clipboard and goes with you to the aircraft. Confirm Hobbs/Tach times are accurate.
Record Hobbs and Tach end times on white invoice. Retrieve yellow copy at front desk and calculate time flown so it appears on both copies. Yellow copy is yours to keep, white copy goes in the basket of completed invoices also located on the front desk.
Staple fuel receipt to white copy of invoice. If the amount you paid per gallon is less than the Self-Serve rate published on Airnav.com for KLNS, you will be credited the amount of your fuel purchase. If it is higher than the published self-serve rate at KLNS, you will be reimbursed at the self-serve rate.
Call the office at Aero-Tech or one of the contact numbers listed in the clipboard. Any repairs unauthorized by Aero-Tech personnel are YOUR responsibility.
Taxi into the grass behind the tiedowns at slow speed with the yoke held fully aft. Pull into any of the tiedown spaces.
We do our best to have the aircraft topped off when you arrive to rent. If you would prefer a different fuel loading, please let us know in advance.
Give ground control direction of flight and expect “on course” after departure. Reporting clear of the airspace is not necessary.
Departing northeast, use Reading approach on 125.15 after clearing the Lancaster airspace. For all other directions, use Harrisburg approach on 126.45.
DC SFRA airspace (especially 60 nm ring) is nearby and requires special training certificate. P-40 is more distant but still a concern. Be aware of Vice presidential TFR at Wilmington.
Expect Rwy 31 for most departures
At Rwy 31
Be at the hold line and ready for immediate departure.
"West Ramp" or "Aero-Tech"
Tower on ridge 12 NW, 1943’ MSL
R-5802 approx. 15nm NW. R-4001 overlies Aberdeen and the Chesapeake Bay
Air carriers arrive from and depart to the West and Southwest at 4000’ and below.
Hills on the north side of the airport make it challenging to spot inbound from the North.
Susquehanna River, Hershey Park, Gettysburg
Maintain 2000’ AGL or higher over Gettysburg
Oct. 31, 2013, 7:45 p.m.