Coffman Associates is currently in the process of developing a Master Plan for the Easterwood Airport. Easterwood Airport is a commercial service airport and is owned and operated by Texas A&M University. The airport experiences approximately 70,000 annual enplanements and receives service from several different carriers. Enplanement forecasts were developed that take into consideration the ever-changing fleet mix of passenger aircraft used at the airport. The airlines currently utilize a mix of regional jets and larger turboprop aircraft. The airport also experiences a significant level of charter activity, primarily to move various athletic teams, which utilize B-737, MD-83, and B-757 passenger aircraft. Easterwood Airport also supports an active general aviation community. There is a dedicated general aviation terminal building and support services. Texas A&M University supports an active aviation program and flying club. The airport also supports local businesses with several turboprops and business jets based at the airport.
Recommended Airport Master Plan Concept