The Flying Neutrons, LLC

Warren County/John Lane Field Airport (I68)
Lebanon, OH 45036
Phone: 513-791-9198

Club Facilities

  • Clubhouse
  • Restrooms
  • Simulator
  • Primary Flight Instruction
  • Online Flight Scheduler
  • AOPA Network Club


The Flying Neutrons is a member owned, non-profit flying club located in the Cincinnati Area at the Warren County Airport (I68) and has been in existence since 1952, dedicated to providing safe and low-cost flying. Our fleet consists of two Cessna 172s, a Piper Arrow, a Piper Cherokee Six, and a Cessna 182. All have IFR certified Garmin 430s with WAAS and traffic. We also have an IFR certified PCATD. We offer flight training to our members with our well equipped aircraft at $15 -$30 an hour below typical commercial rates. Whether you are a seasoned pilot or just starting out, we have something to offer.

We have about 12 club-approved FAA certified flight instructors in our membership who actively instruct as independent contractors. They have many years of experience and instruct for the love of flying.

We have monthly club meetings for governance and operations. We also conduct monthly safety meetings to maintain safety awareness and for camaraderie. We get together for semi-annual plane wash and barbecue. We have an annual banquet with interesting aviation speakers. We get together to fly out for the occasional burger when weather and time permits. You can almost always find someone just hanging around the clubhouse on a nice afternoon.

Type of Flying Available

  • IFR
  • Complex
  • High Performance
  • Light Sport
  • VFR
  • Local
  • Cross Country


Club Details

  • Organization Type: Not-for-Profit
  • Average Membership Size: 90
  • Average number of Aircraft: 5
  • Memberships Currently Available: Yes

Club Contacts

  • Jack DeBrunner ()
  • 513-236-1843 ()