King Leopold Air company profile

King Leopold Air first took to the Kimberley skies back in 1992 as a small charter company based on a pastoral station close to its namesake – the spectacular King Leopold Ranges. Today, the company benefits from an extensive aircraft engineering background and has seen much expansion in both the commercial and leisure tourism sectors. King Leopold Air's Head Office is located at Broome International Airport with operational bases at Derby and Cape Leveque.

Experienced pilots are additionally trained as tour guides in order to provide a comprehensive and informative insight into the stunning Kimberley landscape.

Flights from Broome depart from the King Leopold Air Terminal.

They operate the largest fleet of GA8 Airvan, Cessna 206, 207 and 210 aircraft in the West Kimberley, which are an ideal aircraft for the challenging Kimberley conditions. These are usually fitted with 5 passenger seats, the Airvan has 7, with a high wing design, creating greater stability thus allowing optimum viewing. Each passenger has a window seat and a personal headset to listen to the pilot’s commentary. Pilots circle landmarks of interest, so that passengers maximise photo opportunities. These types of aircraft can also cover great distances very quickly, making them ideal for charters and tours into even the most remote and often inaccessible locations in the Kimberley and Pilbara.

Scenic Flight Booker is proud to be associated with King Leopold Air, and all of their scenic flights can be booked online or by calling us on 1800-951251