Stirred tanks are commonly used in chemical and allied industries for reaction and separation. In order to improve the mixing performance, large scale reactors are often equipped with multiple impellers. In the case of gas-liquid systems, the gas hold-up, mass transfer coefficient, and interfacial area strongly depend on the size and type of impellers, clearance between impellers and superficial gas velocity. In the present work, the effect of the impeller speed, superficial gas velocity, and top impeller position has been investigated on gas hold-up, interfacial area, and mass transfer coefficient. Computational fluid dynamics have been carried out for the multiphase multi-impeller system and the model predictions have been compared with the experimental data.