Broome Airport Reviews


Broome Airport Reviews

Broome International Airport (IATA: BME, ICAO: YBRM) is a regional airport located 0.4 nautical miles (0.74 km; 0.46 mi) west of the Broome GPO, Western Australia, Australia.

From 18 November 2010 Broome International became a Class D non-radar controlled aerodrome which means that aircraft are separated by air traffic controllers based on estimates provided by pilots and reporting their distances and altitudes from the airfield.

The Broome International Airport is the regional hub of the northwestern part of Western Australia. Broome Airport is considered the gateway to the Kimberley region. In the year ending 30 June 2011 the airport handled 409,663 passengers. Broome Airport is ranked the 20th busiest airport in Australia.


ATMs / Cash Machines – Locations: Departure Terminal at the Check-In area and in the Departure Lounge
Baggage Trolleys – available free of charge.
Car Rentals – Avis • Budget • Europcar • Hertz • Thrifty
Food / Restaurants – Nakamura’s Bar & Cafe
Luggage Storage – Lockers are available in the 2 hour car park. You can store bags for up to 7 days. Rates: AU$7 (6 hours) – AU$56 (7 days) for a Medium Locker • AU$9 (6 hours) – AU$76 (7 days) for a Large Locker.
Showers – Location: Airside, Departure Lounge
Internet: WiFi is available at the Broome Airport for a fee. Access cards can be purchased at the Pandana’s Gift Shop.

Airport opening hours:
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Broome Airport Official Website

Broome Airport Map

Broome Airport Weather Forecast

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