Paraburdoo Airport, PBO
Airport Name: Paraburdoo Airport
IATA Code: PBO, ICAO Code: YPBO
Airport Type: Medium Airport
Elevation: 429 metres.
Municipiality: Paraburdoo, Region: Western Australia, Country: Australia
Wikipedia link: PBO Airport on Wikipedia
Paraburdoo Airport is a small domestic airport located on the Shire of Ashburton, 9km away from the town proper of Paraburdoo, Pilbara, Western Australia. It is owned and operated by the Rio Tinto Group, and is managed by the Aerodrome Management Services.
A single runway is available to accommodate all the aircrafts landing and taking off the Paraburdoo Airport. It is designated as 06/24, a 6,995m-long runway entirely made from asphalt.
The airport has one passenger terminal equipped with various amenities. There are also infrastructure enhancements for the disabled. The airport is more commonly of service to the mining community, and less to the tourists.
Flights and Destinations
Paraburdoo Airport is receiving direct passenger flights from Qantas 37 times per week, and Skywest Airlines 3 times per week. It also receives jet and turboprop charter aircrafts, and general aviation light aircrafts. Destination includes Perth, Western Australia, Carnarvon, and Geraldton.
Transport To and From the Airport
Bus services are available to transfer passengers from the airport to the town proper.