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Midwest Business Center

Midwest Business Center is the new FBO at Lansing Municipal Airport, KIGQ. Midwest Business Center provides all the essentials of what a full service FBO is all about. We provide aviation services such as fueling, hangar rental, ramp parking, as well as aircraft maintenance, flight training and flight tours all under one roof.
Aside from the self-service Fueling at the airport, Midwest Business Center provides Phillips 66 aviation fuel as a full service option too with fuel truck support of Jet A with prist and 100LL fuel. We also offer tie down service for short or long-term use as well as hangar space available for overnight stays or long term if required.
Lansing Municipal Airport
UNICOM 122.70

3259 Airport Drive
Lansing, IL 60438
United States of America


 Enterprise Rent-A-Car   Wireless Internet Access (WiFi)   National Business Aviation Association 
Services, Facilities and Amenities
  • Airport management
  • Aviation fuel
  • Aircraft parking (ramp or tiedown)
  • Hangars
  • Hangar leasing / sales
  • Flight training
  • Aircraft maintenance
Aviation fuel services
Brand: Phillips 66
Fueling hours: Mon-Sun 8am-3pm
100LL Avgas Full service    $4.90
Jet A Full service    $4.00
Discounts: Update - All Ramp Fees Waived for Oshgosh, 7/22-8/6

$20 Ramp Fee is WAIVED after purchase of 10 gallons or more for 100LL Full Service

$50 Ramp Fee is WAIVED after purchase of 50 gallons or more for JetA Full Service
Prices include all taxes.
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From Mark Dymond on 04-Aug-2021

  Stopped in around 6AM on OSH Monday. Nobody there, but the SS pump worked fine. Didnít notice an FBO close by, but perhaps itís across the runway from the SS pump. Very competitive gas price for the area.
From Denis Donohue on 28-Jul-2019

  Stopped on the way to OSH for fuel. Taxiing up to the ramp there was a sign pointing to fuel at a well marked self serve pump. After fueling, we went into the FBO to use the restroom and were told when leaving there was a $20.00 ramp fee. We spoke to the manager and he explained that the town runs the self-serve pump and he gets no revenue from it. He provides fuel via truck and if you buy 10 gallons or more they waive the ramp fee. As we taxied up, there was no signage indicating any of this, just the sign pointing to the self serve pump. Had there been clear signs informing of this, we probably would have opted for the FBO fuel but as it is, it left us feeling taken advantage of. Clear information needs to be provided here.
From Jim Baker on 22-Jun-2019

  I stopped for fuel after a 3-hour flight. The FBO was open but no one was there. They had a sign with two phone numbers to call for service. The first went to voicemail. The second number was for a line guy that was not working. He was helpful and directed me to the self-serve pumps. It was a long flight and I was trying to make a quick turn and would have gladly paid for full service fuel while checking weather and filing for the next leg. As others mentioned- no chocks or tie downs. There was a helicopter practicing hovering on the ramp. Bring your own chocks.
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