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    10:09 PM, Mon 20 Nov 2017

Noise Management

Broome International Airport has a Fly Neighbourly Policy and the following procedures apply when operating piston engine and turboprop aeroplanes and helicopters within the Broome environs.

This is with the following exceptions: ATC instructions, in IMC, VMC and stress of weather, or for traffic avoidance. Also refer to NOTAM’s and ERSA entries for the latest information.

Aircraft operators please contact the friendly team at Broome ATC for advice, particularly if you are visiting Broome for the first time.

Arrivals

Piston Engine and Turboprop Aircraft
Runway 10
- aircraft to be established on final while over water.
Runway 28 - aircraft to be established on final approach over water (Dampier Creek).

Twin Engine Helicopters
Landing Runway 28 - aircraft are to conduct an oblique final approach north of the shopping centre for landing midway down the runway.

 

Departures 

Piston Engine and Turboprop Aircraft
Runway 10 - aircraft to climb on runway heading until over Dampier Creek.
Right turns - not be commenced below 1500’ FT.
Left turns - aircraft to remain clear of built up area before setting heading.

Twin Engine Helicopters
Runway 10
- aircraft to pass north of shopping area and remain clear of built up area before setting heading.
Runway 28 - aircraft to maintain takeoff heading until established over water.
Right turns - not be commenced below 1500’.
Left turns - aircraft to remain clear of built up area before setting heading.

 

Circuit Training 

Piston Engine and Turboprop aircraft
Left circuits
- circuits not permitted BTN 2000 – 0900 WST all aircraft.

Twin Engine Helicopters
All circuits
- south of the airport in accordance with airport procedures.
Night circuits - oblique departures and arrivals to runways 10 and 28 respectively.
Night circuits not permitted Sunday and Monday nights.

 

Broome International Airport Noise Complaint's Line - 08 9192 6357