Broome International Airport upgrades to build on site’s success

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Broome International Aiport chief executive Paul McSweeney.
Camera IconBroome International Aiport chief executive Paul McSweeney. Credit: Jakeb Waddell

Broome International Airport as the gateway to the Kimberley continues to support growth in the region by investing in numerous key projects.

These unprecedented times have seen an influx of visitors to the region, mainly from WA. The Broome-Perth route is still among the busiest in Australia.

Now is the time for investment in the region, as the reopening of borders will see visitors from far and wide flock to our unique paradise to live, work and play.

To enhance the experience of visitors and residents alike, BIA has and will continue to invest in upgraded facilities.

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In total more than $14 million will be spent between 2020-22, with more planned for the future.

We are proud to use local contractors for all airport works.

BIA has recently completed:

The extension and renovation of the check-in hall.

Upgrade of the security screening area.

Extension of the Nakamura’s dining area.

Installation of air-conditioning in the arrivals hall.

Departures drop-off zone with a sheltered walkway.

Secure long-term parking.

BIA continues to progress:

A brand-new second arrivals hall with an additional baggage-conveyor.

A second-storey departure lounge.

Short-term parking upgrades.

A new dining and retail experience in the planning stages.

We understand that for many visitors BIA provides the first and last impression of Broome.

Our new facilities aim to provide an environment which will make a trip to Broome that extra bit special.

Please visit our website, broomeair.com.au for updates.

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