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Lone Mountain Aviation

at North Las Vegas Airport

Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • Oxygen service
  • Hangars
  • GPU / Power cart
  • Aircraft maintenance
  • Avionics sales and service
  • Aircraft modifications
  • Aircraft cleaning / washing / detailing
  • Aircraft parts
  • Aircraft sales / leasing / brokerage
  • Courtesy transportation
  • Public telephone
  • Computerized weather
  • Internet access
  • Restrooms
Contact information
Address:2830 N Rancho Dr, Suite A
Las Vegas, NV 89130
United States of America
Telephone: 702-309-2200
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From Dr. Michael Allen on 10-Mar-2018

  Dishonest stay away, over charge,
From Joe Kinsella on 27-Jan-2017

  This past Monday, I flew into KVGT in my TBM850, and due to pilot error, (Mine), when I went to leave Tuesday morning, my battery was very close to completely dead. The FOB tried to help but no joy. The one great thing that happened was that they gave me a list of numbers to call for local mechanic help, I called several numbers and got an after hours response from Lone Mountain. Mark met me on the ramp and with true and sincere urgency went to work trying to get me going. After several hours I was able to take off back home. The charge hit my card last night and I was very happy to see a very reasonable and fair charge. If ever at VGT, call the guys at Lone Mountain, they understand your situation and do their best to help. Thanks again Mark.
From Rich Hill on 02-Aug-2016

  Diverted to KVGT with an EGT issue. Mark promptly helped us diagnose and fix the problem. Fantastic service!
From Dr. Michael Allen on 11-Jun-2016

  Avoid this place at all costs, they will over charge you, and charge for work they do not do. There is a better shop on the field..
From David M. Bowman on 07-Sep-2015

  In the second week of June, we needed to do an oil change on our rotax powered tecnam eaglet, and lone mountain let me service my plane for a very modest fee (I am an A&P). Tammy was so terrific, and pat was above and beyond in the help department. Another word about pat-he is the real deal, someone I would be very happy to work for, and to learn from. The depth of knowledge of this shop holds intangible rewards for any lover of all things aviation. The composite guy alone has volumes of info and knowledge, I could pester him with years of questions. Thank you so much!
From Adam Broome on 14-Aug-2015

  I cannot say enough good things about Lone Mountain Aviation, their head of maintenance, Pat, and their A&P, Mark, who worked on my Bonanza. We were returning East from a West coast trip and my Bonanza needed an oil change. I called and was connected with Pat late on a Monday, inquiring whether he could work me into his schedule on our trip home early the following Wednesday, and he graciously offered to fit me in. Pat and Mark not only took care of my oil change as scheduled, but also helped evaluate a concern about the alternate air intake (which had opened on the flight to VGT) and adjust the idle throttle setting -- all while my family was welcomed in their small office area. Lone Mountain is a maintenance shop, not a traditional FBO, but they took as good care of us as you might encounter from the best FBO you ever visited. Thanks, guys!
From Scott Stuart on 27-Jul-2015

  You only get one chance to make a good first impression! Mine of Lone Mountain was superior. From Tammy taking the call to Pat the shop super who went way above and beyond to help "me". I called from my home in Minnesota about friends from GERMANY were came for OSH and then to tour the U.S.. They needed an oil and filter change. Pat "dropped everything" on a Friday to accommodate them and also did some other repair work that whodathunkit was even needed. Then, he goes to the airport on Sunday at 7a.M. To meet my friends, make sure all was perfect, and it was, and thank them for their business. GERMAN nationals, they will never be in Las Vegas again in a light plane (Bonanza flown here from Munich.), but, treated as well as my shop treats me here after 48 years of aviating. Way to go Lone Mountain, thank you, and what a great way to make that great first impression on foreign visitors!!!
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