It is now split into a number of facilities. The Welsh Motor Sports Centre occupies most of the area, part of the land has reverted to agriculture, part contains a hangar housing the Dyfed-Powis Police Air Support Unit helicopter whilst 805 metres of the north east portion of the former RAF Runway 04/22 was opened as Pembrey Airport in August 1997 (ICAO code is EGFP).
RAF/RN/RM/British Army aircraft use Pembrey Airport (EGFP) to support the nearby range, known as RAF Pembrey Sands Air Weapons Range. The range was built on land that was not part of RAF Station Pembrey and opened in 1966 (ICAO code for RAF Pembrey Sands Air Weapons Range is EGOP).
Pembrey Airport remains a working airfield but the short runway retained for this purpose restricts its capacity to light aircraft. However, the runway is to be extended to 1,200m + and to become known as 'Pembrey West Wales International Airport'. Development has already started for the country's newest major airport.