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When you arrive at Longreach Airport (LRE), the last thing you want to do is wait around at the rental counter trying to organise a vehicle. That's why its good to get that part of the trip organised in ... expand

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Longreach Airport Information

Here is some information about Longreach Airport from Wikipedia: Longreach Airport (IATA: LRE) is situated in Longreach, Queensland, Australia. The airport is 2 km (1.2 mi) from the center of the city. Longreach has played a major part in Australian aviation from 1919 onwards. In August of that year, a small party left the town to travel overland to survey a route suitable for competitors in the first air race to leave England en route to Australia. In December 1919, a Vickers Vimy landed, piloted by Ross and Keith Smith, who were en route to Melbourne after completing the first England to Australia flight. They were the first to use the air route pioneered by Fysh and McGinness. The first overland flight across the Australian continent from Melbourne to Darwin passed through the airport in 1919. During World War II, Longreach airport became, for a short time in 1942, a base for USAAF B-17 bomber aircraft of the 28th and 93d Bombardment Squadrons ... Longreach Airport info

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