Archerfield Aerodrome (ICAO: SLAL) is a public airfield and marina occupying the 'Spurness' region of southern Jeogeot. The airfield is part of the Jeogeot Gulf.

Landing Advisories

  • Ban lines to the south and west of the airfield.
  • Runways are elevated above 66m.
  • Plenty of space south of airport for TOGA and circuits.
  • Commercial airliners and Aircraft with a wingspan larger than 30m are not allowed.


Opened in March 2016, Archerfield Aerodrome (formerly Archerfield Landing Strip) is a public airfield and marina built in the 'Spurness' region. The facility is 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.


No airlines actively operate out of the airfield. Contact the airport Authority for infomation.


SLAL airport diagram

Schematic map of SLAL, published by ZoraSlade Karu, November 2017.

Pilots' facilities

General facilities

  • Marina for watercraft and Seaplanes.
  • Retail showroom with Vendors.
  • Arena Aviation Flight School.