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Central Pennsylvania (WHTM) – IN Lancaster Airport (LNS) was recently featured in the latest edition of Business View magazine, highlighting its “Awesome Airport Upgrades”.

Business View Magazine Editor-in-Chief Karen Surka gives an exclusive, in-depth interview with Lancaster Airports Director Edoster. The article was published on December 1 and is also printed in The November 2022 issue of Business View magazine.

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There were four main themes highlighted during the extensive interview with Business View Magazine:

  1. upgrades
  2. growth
  3. social communication
  4. financing


One of the major upgrades that the LNS is undergoing involves one of its main runways. In all, the LNS has two asphalt runways, runway 08-26, which is the largest of the airports/primary runway, and runway 13-31, which is used as a secondary crosswind runway. Currently, the LNS is undergoing major grandstand rehabilitation from 08-26.


According tooster, the LNS is also undergoing another construction project – but this one is focused on erecting new hangars. LNS is currently building a new aircraft hanger for an existing tenant – in addition, LNS has three other corporate hangars in the design-build phase. On top of building hangars, LNS also leased two plots of land for other projects, as the parcels could not be used for aviation purposes.

social communication

This part of the interview focused on the role of the LNS in the community. According tooster, the LNS is “like a funnel” that provides opportunities for economic growth and development to society by acting as a link to the global marketplace. oster went on to highlight all of the great companies that call LNS home, which consist of:

Finally,oster addressed LNS’s aspirations for new air services to the surrounding community, such as adding larger aircraft (126-189 seats) with the ability to reach destinations such aslorida and North Carolina.


In terms of LNS funding,oster highlighted the cooperation and assistance of the federal and state governments. He also explained how airport financing is always a challenge, but LNS uses creativity to achieve its goals – along with creating new partnerships to help spur growth.

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LNS is located at 500 Airport Road, Suite G, in Lititz, and is located on an 850-acre parcel of land, between Harrisburg and Philadelphia. LNS is the third busiest airport in Pennsylvania, according tooster.