Coulter Airfield is owned and operated by the City of Bryan and is located east of Bryan off Highway 21.
Close to Texas A&M University, Blinn College (Bryan Campus) and strategically located in the center of the Texas Triangle, Coulter Airfield provides access to the Brazos Valley.
Coulter Airfield also serves as the hub for the Texas Flying Club, EAA Chapter 153, and HELIBACON.
The original land for the airfield was gifted by the W.J. Coulter family to the City of Bryan in 1938. The City purchased adjacent land and today Coulter Airfield comprises 247 acres.
These are just a few of the amenities that we provide:
- 24-hour self service 100LL and Jet A
- 24-hour FBO access
- Courtesy car (During Business Hours Only)
- Visitor tie down spots available without charge (3 days or less)
6120 E. State Hwy 21
Bryan, Texas 77808
Phone: (979) 209-5233
Current Fuel Prices
Weather / NOTAMS
These resources will keep you up-to-date on the latest weather conditions at Coulter Airfield (KCFD)
The Texas Flying Club (formerly the Texas A&M Flying Club) is a nonprofit organization with the main focus of providing a safe, affordable, and fun environment for pilots, aspiring pilots, and aviation enthusiasts. We own three airplanes and have facilities at Coulter Field in Bryan, TX; as a member, you a part owner of each of the club’s aircraft. The club is run by members, for the members; we work hard to keep our rates as low as possible, you won’t find better rates anywhere!
No aviation background is necessary to join, everyone is welcome.