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From Ted Klapka
A wonderful port to wait out a storm. Reasonable gas (albeit with a cranky grounding wire reel-grin) and a nice little lounge.
From Don Ferguson
I agree with the previous poster. The 100LL price at KLSN used to be more competitive than it is now. Still, it is not bad. The ground wire reel worked for me--maybe it has been fixed? And yes, the bare bones pilots' lounge is clean and there is a restroom inside.
From Jim Danhakl
LSN used to be a favorite fuel stop of mine. Fast, easy and cheap. Then slowly over the last several years LSN has allowed the price of Jet A to slowly creep up higher and higher until, now it is one of the more expensive places to refuel. Used to be that LSN was about 10-20% higher than the lowest price you could find in the state. Now it is 30-40% higher. Currently at $4.00/gal where Temecula is $2.60. In the old days prices would be in the $3.00 range - a full 25% less and 1 dollar. On a 200 gallon fill-up - that adds up and puts it into the "not worth it" anymore category!
From Bruce Parsons
Landed here for a quick fuel stop on Sunday evening after the 4th. The AWOS was out of service and unfortunately there was a strong gusty crosswind. There were dogs in the local maintenance hangar that barked loudly at us the entire time we were fueling. The fuel price was more than advertised, but still less than other nearby airports. The display screen on the self-serve was mostly unreadable and the ground wire reel was stuck closed and after some persuasion was not long enough. Overall the airport facilities seemed to be in need of maintenance.