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Bremerton National Airport


The Bremerton National Airport is situated at a distance of 19 nautical miles to the west of Seattle and Boeing Field Airport. The airport primarily serves the county of Bremerton and is well connected by flights from not only the rest of Washington but also USA at large.

The chief characteristics of the Bremerton National Airport in Washington, USA can be listed as follows:

  • The airport serves the civilians.
  • Bremerton National Airport has been coded as KPWT by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) while the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has assigned it the code of PWT.
  • The runway of the airport is paved with asphalt and is 6200 feet long.
  • Bremerton National Airport has an officially published instrument approach (known as Instrument Flight Rules or IFR) procedure at the airport which implies that the airport is safe for flights to take-off from or land during bad weather or inadequate light.
  • According to the statistics presented for the year ended May, 2005, the airport operated close to 300 flights on an average in a day. As much as 60 percent of these consist of local general flights, 39 percent consisted of transient general flights, while the remaining 1 percent was shared by military flights and air taxis.
  • Out of a total of 196 aircrafts based at the Bremerton National Airport, 177 comprised single engine airplanes, 15 multi-engine airplanes, 3 helicopters, and 1 ultra-light airplane.

    Besides, the Airport in Bremerton also connects several other airports that are located in the neighboring areas. These airports along with their respective codes and distances (in nautical miles) are as follows:
    • Tacoma Narrows Airport (KTIW) - 15
    • Boeing Field/King County International Airport (KBFI) - 19
    • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (KSEA) - 19
    • Renton Municipal Airport (KRNT) - 22
    • Sanderson Field Airport (KSHN) - 22
    In addition to this the 6 hotels in Bremerton, 7 in Silverdale, and a few others in Pot Orchard, and Gig Harbor provide satisfactory accommodation and allied facilities to the visitors. provides detailed, online information on Bremerton National Airport, as well as on Flights to Bremerton and Flights to Washington.

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