Brisbane Archerfield Airport
Archerfield Airport is Brisbane's secondary airport and primarily handles general aviation aircraft. The airport is situated 11kms south of Brisbane's central business district. On 19-Jun-1998, Archerfield Airport Corporation (AAC) acquired the leasing rights from the Australian Federal Airports Corporation for the airport. The airport remains on Commonwealth owned land, but the operation and management roles are performed by AAC. AAC holds a 99-year ground lease of the airport. Archerfield is home to the greatest number of general aviation operators and flying schools in Queensland and has over 200 aircraft based at the airport. The airport has four runways, two unsealed parallel runways and two sealed parallel runways, as well as three helipads.
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