Gwinnett County Airport is located on approximately 500 acres northeast of the city of Lawrenceville. The airport has a single 6,000-foot-long by 100-foot-wide grooved asphalt runway, capable of handling all light general aviation aircraft and most corporate jet aircraft in operation today. Gwinnett County Airport is serviced by two Fixed Base Operators (FBOs). Gwinnett Aero is located on the north side of the field and Aircraft Specialists Jet Center is located on the south side. The airport has an Air Traffic Control Tower that is in operation from 7:00am to 9:00pm year-round. At the airport, there are more than 50 aviation-related tenants, almost 200 hangars, and about 300 aircraft that are based there.
Driving directions to Gwinnett County Airport/Briscoe Field
- Take I-85 North to Highway 316 (splits to the right)
- Continue on GA-316 East towards Athens/Lawrenceville
- Turn right on Hi-Hope Road
- The first road to the left is Airport Road