Routine chest radiography in a 21-year-old man revealed the presence of an asymptomatic mass at the right lower lung field. Chest radiographs showed multiple cysts with air-fluid level and air-meniscus within the consolidation at the right lower lung field. Chest CT scans demonstrated a non-enhancing solid mass, with air-meniscus, within a thin walled cavity, and multiple cysts with fluid or air-fluid level at the posterior portion of the right lower lobe. An abnormal artery was seen at the level of the 12th thoracic vertebra. Thoracic aortography revealed a feeding artery arising from the descending thoracic aorta and supplying the parenchymal lesion. We report the typical radiologic findings of intralobar pulmonary sequestration with aspergilloma, a condition confirmed by surgery and the pathologic findings.