From PBO airport in Paraburdoo to city center

 Paraburdoo,  Australia

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Paraburdoo Airport (IATA: PBO, ICAO: YPBO) is an airport serving Paraburdoo, a town in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The airport is located 5 nautical miles (9.3 km; 5.8 mi) northeast of Paraburdoo. It also serves the town of Tom Price, with bus services completing the extra 71 km (44 miles) to Tom Price. The airport is owned by Rio Tinto Group and operated by Pilbara Iron. Paraburdoo's primary air traffic is made up by a mixture of Qantas and Virgin Australia flights, as well as general aviation light aircraft. Qantas operates 32 direct flights weekly to and from Perth. Virgin Australia operate two Perth direct flights per week, with two closed charter flights weekly to Carnarvon and Geraldton. Runway: 06/24 Dimensions: 2,132 m × 45 m (6,995 ft × 148 ft) Surface: Asphalt True heading: 245.0 Latitude: 23° 10' 02.54" S Longitude 117° 45' 22.97" E Elevation: 1,406 ft (429 m) Slope: -0.4° Landing distance: 6,995 ft (2,132 m) Takeoff distance: 6,995 ft (2,132 m) Pilot Controlled Lighting (PCL) Low Intensity Runway Lights (LIRL) Precision Approach Path Indicator (PAPI) Portable On 17 June 2007 a twin-engine charter aircraft had a fault with its landing gear and was forced to circle for over two hours before making an emergency landing on Paraburdoo's runway. The incident required a cleanup of the runway as well as cranes to remove the aircraft. A QantasLink Boeing 717 from Perth to Paraburdoo was forced to divert to Newman Airport. Paraburdoo Airport was ranked 34th in Australia for the number of revenue passengers served in financial year 2010–2011. List of airports in Western Australia Aviation transport in Australia Airservices Aerodromes & Procedure Charts

Airport details

Name Paraburdoo Airport
Actual time 04:46
Actual date 2024/07/24