Archerfield Airport

Archerfield Airport (ICAO: YBAF) is a small airport located at Archerfield, 12 km (7.5 mi) to the south west of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. For some time it was the primary airport in Brisbane. During World War II it was used as a Royal Australian Air Force station. Airport traffic peaked in the 1980s. In December 2010, a development plan was released for public comment which included a new parallel runway.

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Archerfield Airport - General Aviation Procedures
... Outside these hours Archerfield becomes a Common Traffic Advisory Frequency (CTAF) ... Archerfield has four inbound reporting points ... During tower operating hours Archerfield is a Class D control zone, and taxi clearances are required before ground movement ...

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