Bourland Field

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Bourland Field
IATA: noneICAO: 50FFAA LID: 50F
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner Matt Rix, Matthew Moore
Location Fort Worth, Texas
Elevation AMSL 873 ft / 266.1 m
Coordinates 32°34′54″N 097°35′27″W / 32.58167°N 97.59083°W / 32.58167; -97.59083Coordinates: 32°34′54″N 097°35′27″W / 32.58167°N 97.59083°W / 32.58167; -97.59083
Website www.bourlandfield.com
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
17/35 4,092 1,247 Asphalt

Bourland Field (FAA LID: 50F) is a public airport located seventeen miles (27.4 km) southwest of the central business district (CBD) of Fort Worth, in Parker County, Texas, USA. It was developed by Mr. Richard Bourland in September 1981. It is now owned and operated by Matt Rix and Matthew Moore.

The airport is used solely for general aviation purposes.

Facilities[edit]

17611 Hwy 377 South Cresson, TX 76035

(817)396-4554

Runways:

  • Runway 17/35: 4,092 x 60 ft. (1,247 x 18 m), Surface: Asphalt

Fuel

  • 100LL Avgas - self serve.
  • JetA fuel - self serve / full serve by truck (during business hours)

Hangars

  • T-Hangar and community hangar leases available.

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