|Owner||City of Bryan|
|Elevation AMSL||367 ft / 112 m|
Coulter Field (IATA: CFD, ICAO: KCFD, FAA LID: CFD) is a public airport three miles northeast of Bryan, in Brazos County, Texas. It is owned by the City of Bryan which is part of the Bryan-College Station area. The airport is used for general aviation.
Coulter Field has a long history with sport parachuting. With parachute jumps having been conducted since the mid-1950s, skydiving at Coulter Field has continued through today. Ags Over Texas (AOT) was the home of the Texas A&M University skydiving team until its closure in 1999. In March 2002, Skydive Aggieland opened and is the current home of the Texas A&M University skydiving club. Texas Governor Rick Perry completed a successful static-line skydive at AOT while he was attending Texas A&M University in the 1970s and former President George H. W. Bush (41) completed a tandem skydive at Coulter Field in cooperation with Skydive Aggieland and the Golden Knights a day prior to completing his last jump at his Presidential Library on Texas A&M University main campus.
In the year ending July 16, 2008 the airport had 16,200 general aviation aircraft operations, average 44 per day. 66 aircraft were then based at the airport: 82% single-engine, 15% multi-engine and 3% helicopter.
- "Coulter Field (CFD)" (PDF). at Texas DOT Airport Directory
- FAA Terminal Procedures for CFD, effective March 26, 2020
- Resources for this airport: