Bremerton National Airport

Bremerton National Airport (BNA), the largest airport on the Kitsap Peninsula, provides world-class general and corporate aviation services and capabilities.

For the firm that develops aircraft technology, or utilizes corporate aircraft in its business, there are substantial benefits to expanding or relocating to the Bremerton National Airport, Bremerton, WA USA.

Airport tenants benefit from:

  • Avian Flight Center provides FBO services on the field including flight instruction, aircraft rentals, pilot store, corporate services, and refueling.
  • Credit-card operated 24-hour self-fueling facility.
  • Avian Aeronautics provides aircraft maintenance, aircraft repair, engine overhauls, part sales and more.
  • For information on private jet charters, visit www.jetcharters.com
  • Precision Approach Instrument Landing System accommodates all general aviation and jet aircraft.
  • FAA certified all-weather fully lighted 6000-foot runway.
  • Continuous Automated Weather (AWOS III).
  • Hangars available for rent or purchase.
  • Full-service restaurant - Airport Diner, 360-674-3720.
  • Olympic View Business and Industrial Park, across State Highway 3, has 520 acres of ready-to-build industrial land with FTZ designation.
  • Low business costs (power, taxes, land, transportation, labor).

Wings of Freedom Tour Brought History to BNA

Four of the most famous WWII bomber and fighter aircraft made a stop on the Bremerton National Airport. Click here for photos and news about the event. 

The event featured a pop-up museum and military vehicles on display. The Collings Foundation provided a great opportunity to see up-close these remarkable thanks to the Collings Foundation Wings of Freedom Tour. 

View the Kitsap Sun article: Wings of Freedom Tour Lands in Bremerton for more information and photos.

U.S. veterans and former POWs, Robert W. Meyer and Kenneth E. Jensen spent time with Port staff during the event and shared their heroin tales of their experiences. Mr. Jensen was a Ball Turret gunner in the belly of a B-17 during WWII - one of the aircraft on display at the event. He was captured by German forces in Nuremberg in 1944. Mr. Meyer fought in the Battle of Bulge and was captured by German forces in Luxembourg on December 18.1944.It was an honor for visitors of the event to get to interact with these men and hear their stories. 

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wings of freedom tour


Bremerton AOPA Fly-In - Record Breaking! 

With almost 700 aircraft and 4,000 people in attendance, the Port of Bremerton-hosted event broke all records for largest Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association Fly-In to date!

 

View a 30 second video about the event on Fly Magazine's webpage.

Thank you to everyone that volunteered and came out to enjoy a day of aviation education & festivities!

Read Bremerton Patriot's article recapping the event by clicking here.


AOPA Aerial View of Airport


Notice As of July 10, 2017

For further details: Contact Tim Mensonides, Airport Manager at 360-813-0828.

PUBLIC NOTICE
PORT OF BREMERTON
BREMERTON NATIONAL AIRPORT
2018 - 2020 DBE PROGRAM
                                                                             
The Port, has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation, 49 CFR Part 26.

The Port has established an overall goal of 5.40% of the Federal financial assistance it will receive for improvements to the Bremerton National Airport.  The Port estimates it will meet this goal entirely through race-conscious measures.

The program and rationale used in developing the goal are available for review at: 8850 SW State Hwy 3Bremerton, WA 98312.  The Port and FAA Civil Rights Office will take comments on the program and rationale for 30 days following the date of this publication.  Comments should be sent to the Port at the address listed above and to: FAA Civil Rights Office, AWP-9, P.O. Box 92007, Los Angeles, CA 90009-2007.
 


Wildlife Hazard Assessment & Wildlife Hazard Management Plan

Work began on the FAA directed Wildlife Hazard Assessment on October 1, 2014. This 16-month study will evaluate wildlife impacts on airport and flight operations at Bremerton National. The consultants, Raedeke Associates Inc. and Mead and Hunt, will be conducting the study which will include day/night bi-monthly visits to the airport.

Airport Master Plan

To view the executive summary, please click here.

2012 WSDOT Aviation Economic Impact Study

On July 24, 2012, Washington State Department of Transportation Director of Aviation, Tristan Atkins, provided a detailed presentation to the Port Commission during a public Work Study Session. The presentation addressed the results of the 2012 Aviation Economic Impact Study and, in particular, Bremerton National Airport's direct regional economic impact. Click on the links below for Director Atkins' overall PowerPoint presentation and the portion of the presentation related directly to Bremerton National Airport.

WSDOT Director of Aviation Airport Presentation (July 2012)

Bremerton National Airport's Economic Benefit to Community

More Airport Info:

Get Detailed FAA Airport Information

Airport Rules & Regulations / Minimum Standards - See Files Section below

Hangar Info:

Visit our Hangars Available page for hangar and tie-down information.

Files:

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2017 BNA Tariff Rates367.01 KB
Airport Layout Plan2.61 MB
BNA Rules and Regulations1.49 MB
Gate Access Notice20.28 KB