As of February, 2020, the airfield has new owners, the previous owners like Siris Vulpecula, ZoraSlade Karu and others moved to First Flight International (SLFF).
The new owners see themselves as historians and claim to use the airfield as a WW1 and WW2 aircraft and devotional objects museum. The project is still work in progress.
The runway is functional and open to air traffic. Marina is still under construction (Feb. 13th 2020).
Opened in March 2016, Archerfield Aerodrome (formerly Archerfield Landing Strip) was a public airfield and marina built in the 'Spurness' region. The facility was originally equipped with two grass runways, a re-purposed shipping container FBO, fueling facilities, helipad, and a marina. The Airfield and Marina were built out of a cliff side which overhangs the southern part of the Jeogeot Gulf.
In September 2017, the Airfield had a major design change which consisted of new Asphalt Runways, Taxiways and Apron, as well as Runway 07/25 being replaced with 09/27.
As of February 2020, the Airfield has changed owners and is reported to be turned into a German WW 1 / 2 museum airfield while maintaining active air traffic. The rebuild is still underway as of this writing.