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Ross Aviation

Lincoln Airport (KLNK / LNK)

Formerly Silverhawk Aviation

Ross Aviation Lincoln is located Lincoln Airport (KLNK). This Lincoln, Nebraska FBO features 24-hour service, a private VIP lounge, heated hangars, on-site rental cars, and more. They are conveniently located just 10 minutes from Lincoln's historic Haymark/Railyard District and 30 minutes from the Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum.

Ross Aviation Lincoln specializes in quick turns with a FAA-certified repair station specializing in general aviation maintenance, repair, and upgrades, as well as a robust charter fleet. Fly into Ross Aviation today to experience a hometown feel with superior customer service!

Ross Aviation in Lincoln, NE is the CAA Preferred FBO at KLNK.

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NATA Safety 1st Certified


1751 W Kearney Ave.
Lincoln, NE 68524

Hours of Operation



Client Services Manager
Nettie Mayer






  • Pilot Lounge
  • Private VIP Lounge
  • Conference Room(s)
  • Work Stations with Internet Access
  • High Speed Wireless Internet
  • Full Service Concierge
  • Shower Room
  • Kitchen
  • Hangar(s)
  • Heated Hangar
  • Direct Ramp Access
  • Hertz On Site
  • Rental Cars
  • Enterprise On Site
  • Luxury Transportation Services
  • Courtesy Transportation
  • Crew Car
  • Illuminated Ramp
  • NATA Safety 1st Certified Line Personnel

  • 24 Hour Operation
  • Fueling Service: Jet-A and Avgas
  • GPU
  • Lav Service
  • Oxygen Service
  • Anti-Icing
  • Deice Service
  • Windscreen Cleaning
  • Oil Service
  • Quick Turnarounds
  • Coffee, Ice, Newspapers
  • Aircraft Detailing
  • Maintenance
  • Avionics
  • Charter
  • Cargo Servicing
  • Gourmet Catering

  • CAA Preferred FBO
  • Gourmet Coffee
  • Bottled Water
  • Popcorn
  • Valet Parking
  • 10 minutes from Lincoln’s historic and popular Haymarket/Railyard District
  • Half hour from Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum