Airlake Airport (LVN)
Welcome to Airlake Airport (LVN). Just south of Minneapolis and St. Paul in Lakeville, Airlake Airport mostly serves recreational fliers but is also ideally suited for business aviation. Several improvements are planned for Airlake to better meet the needs of business aircraft in this growing Twin Cities suburb. Below you'll find information about airport administration, hangar leasing, noise management, pilot resources and much more!
Airlake Airport at a Glance
Total economic output
Annual Landings and Takeoffs
Airlake Airport Advisory Commission
The Airlake Airport Advisory Commission (ALAAC) is comprised of appointed airport users and representatives from the communities that surround Airlake. The commission brings together MAC staff and Airlake tenants and neighbors to discuss airport development, aircraft operations and noise concerns.
Check our calendar for meeting locations and details. Meeting materials are available at the link below.
Hangar Listings at Reliever Airports
Long-term Comprehensive Plan
Airlake Airport (LVN) has a single 4,099' x 75' runway and full-length parallel taxiway. The airport offers a precision instrument approach to Runway 30 and a non-precision approach to Runway 12. Pilots use common traffic advisory procedures flying to and from the airport, which has no air traffic control tower. Future development plans for LVN include new hangars in the southwest corner of the airfield and expanding the primary runway to 4,850 feet. The FAA's Advisory Circular No. 91-36d (2004) provides guidance for aircraft operating under Visual Flight Rules (VFR) flying near noise sensitive areas.
The MAC completed a Long-Term Comprehensive Plan (LTCP) for the Airlake Airport (Airport) in the city of Lakeville, Minnesota in April 2018. The MAC, in cooperation with the FAA, is evaluating possible improvements to the Airport to meet the goals and objectives of the LTCP. To consider all potential environmental effects and satisfy federal, state, and local environmental regulations, the MAC is conducting environmental studies for these improvements.
Additional information about the project will soon be available on this website. In the meantime, if you wish to subscribe to our email list to receive project updates as they become available, please click the link below.