Bremerton National Airport (KPWT)

The largest airport on the Kitsap Peninsula

Bremerton National Airport is the largest airport on the Kitsap Peninsula and provides world-class general and corporate aviation services and capabilities. Whether your firm develops aircraft technology or regularly uses corporate aircraft, there are substantial benefits to expanding or relocating to KPWT.

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Bremerton National Airport users and tenants benefit from:

  • 6,000' x 150' runway in excellent condition with approach lighting
  • ILS/LOC/GPS approaches accommodate all general aviation and jet aircraft.
  • FBO services on the field from Avian Flight Center. Services include flight instruction, aircraft rentals, pilot store, corporate services, and refueling.
  • Aircraft maintenance, aircraft repair, engine overhauls, part sales, and more provided by Avian Aeronautics.
  • Credit-card-operated 24-hour self-fueling facility.
  • A pilot lounge open 24/7 with free Wi-Fi, refreshments and a temperature-controlled place to relax.
  • Terminal Area Forecast (TAF)
  • Continuous Automated Weather Observation System (AWOS III).
  • A compass rose to certify aircraft navigational equipment which meets FAA specifications.
  • Free Wi-Fi for the South Hangar Area
  • Hangars available for rent or purchase.
  • 520 acres of ready-to-build industrial land with FTZ designation at Olympic View Industrial and Business Park, just across State Highway 3.
  • Low business costs – power, taxes, land, transportation and labor.
  • An active Pilot's Association that manages and hosts social events, educational seminars/workshops, a robust youth aviation scholarship program and provides liaison services with Port staff and commissioners – Bremerton Pilots Association – (415) 990-0664
  • An Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter supporting those who are interested in building aircraft.
  • A large education center with a flight simulator and aircraft construction projects – Bremerton Aviation Center for Education (BACE)
  • A Civil Air Patrol Composite Squadron (Seniors and Cadets) - Peninsula Composite Squadron

Long-Term Plans

The Port of Bremerton and Bremerton National Airport take an active and evolving role in accommodating a growing user base. Please view the Airport Master Plan Executive Summary above for details on airport goals and future plans.

Airport Rules and Information

Please download the KPWT rules and tariff rates above.

Instrument Approaches

ILS/LOC/GPS ............... Runway 20
GPS .............................. Runway 2


Airport Telephone Numbers

Airport Administrative Offices: 360-674-2381 / 1-800-462-3793
Administrative Fax: 360-674-3720

Fixed Base Operator (FBO) for Bremerton National Airport

Avian Flight Center: 360-674-2111 or Toll-Free: 1-866-263-2359

Low flying aircraft or noise concerns

Seattle Flight Standards District Office: 1-800-354-1940 x 0 or 206-231-3828

Other Resources

  • FAA I Federal Aviation Administration: 866-835-5322
  • Automated Weather Observing System: 360-674-2811
    AAAE | American Association of Airport Executives
  • NBAA I National Business Aviation Association  202-783-9000
  • Washington Airport Management Association
  • Washington State Department of Transportation Aviation  360-651-6300
  • Century West Bremerton National Airport Master Plan
  • Avian Aeronautics, Inc.: 360-674-2244 or Toll-Free: 1-800-734-7474

Charter Services Now Available through Westwind Aviation+

Avian Charter Plane

Our airport now offers a charter service! Our fixed-based operator, Avian Flight Center is now offering charter services through their sister company, Westwind Aviation. To learn more about this service, please call 360-378-6991 or visit their website at

Future Aviators Can Fly Free!+

Eagles Fly Free!

Future aviators 8-17 years old are eligible for the "Introduction to Flight" program at Bremerton National Airport, click here to about how to participate in these free flights!

Experience flying in an aircraft with the local Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA)Chapter 406 Olympic Rainbirds! Click here to learn more about the local branch:

To reserve a flight and to learn more about the program, email:

  • Individuals and groups are welcome
  • Mini ground-school and preflight
  • Includes certificate or flight/logbook
  • Limited to one flight per person
  • Reservations required
  • Weather permitting

Founded in 1992, the Young Eagles program has dedicated nearly 25 years to giving youth ages 8–17 their first free ride in an airplane. It’s the only program of its kind, with the sole mission to introduce and inspire kids in the world of aviation. Today, the Young Eagles program has flown over 2 million kids with the help of EAA’s network of volunteer pilots and ground volunteers.

Learn more about the EAA on their website and Facebook.

View the flyer about this program by clicking the button above.