About Nome Airport (OME, PAOM)
Situated only 2 nautical miles west of the city center of Nome, Nome Airport is a public use airport in the Nome Census Area of Alaska. The airport is owned by the state of Alaska. Nome Airport is categorized by the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems as a major commercial service airport. Nome Airport features two asphalt paved runways. The major airlines are Ravn Alaska, Evergreen Helicopters, Bering Air, Arctic Transportation Services, and Alaska Airlines. The airport offers a great variety of services and facilities.
There are 71 aircraft based on the field of Nome Airport, including single-engine airplanes, multiple-engine airplanes, military aircraft, and helicopters. The major aircraft operations Nome Airport provides are transient general aviation, air taxi, commercial, military, and local general aviation.