|Owner||New Brandywine Airport Club, Inc.|
|Serves||West Goshen Township, Pennsylvania|
|Elevation AMSL||466 ft / 142 m|
Brandywine Airport (IATA:
OQN, ICAO: KOQN, FAA LID: OQN) is a public-use airport in West Goshen Township, Pennsylvania, three miles northeast of West Chester. It is privately owned by the New Brandywine Airport Club Inc.
In the year ending July 28, 2009 the airport had 60,065 aircraft operations, average 164 per day: 98% general aviation and 2% air taxi. 113 aircraft were then based at the airport: 86% single-engine, 8% multi-engine, 1% jet and 5% helicopter.
Maintenance is provided by Penn Avionics and Flight Dynamics. Liberty Aviation provides both helicopter instruction and charters for sightseeing and aerial photography, and Brandywine Flight School provides fixed-wing instruction and charter. AirShares, a Cirrus fractional ownership company, is on the field. Across from the terminal is the American Helicopter Museum, the nation’s premier aviation museum devoted to helicopters.
- FAA Airport Master Record for OQN ( PDF). Federal Aviation Administration. Effective 8 April 2010.
- "West Chester-Brandywine Airport, PA". Aviation Safety Network.
- "COUNTY AIRPORTS FLYING HIGH \ TRAFFIC IS UP AT THE THREE AIRFIELDS. THEY HAVE GROWN TO HANDLE A LOT OF OVERFLOW FROM PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL." Philadelphia Inquirer. October 14, 1999. B01 Neighbors Chester and Brandywine. Retrieved on August 11, 2010. "west of Coatesville the largest Brandywine Airport in West Goshen which is owned by a..."
- Brandywine Airport, official website
- Brandywine Airport at Pennsylvania DOT Bureau of Aviation
- Aerial photo on 14 April 1999 from USGS The National Map
- TAS Inc., website
- Penn Avionics, website
- American Helicopter Museum, website
- FAA Terminal Procedures for OQN, effective July 21, 2016
- Resources for this airport: