Curtis Field Airport

Beginning in 1941 during World War II, Curtis Field served as a US Army flying school that graduated more than 10,000 cadets. Renovated in 1999, Curtis Field, located three miles north of Brady on US Highway 377, now serves as Bradys Municipal Airport with 4,600 feet of paved runway. Improvements include runway, apron and taxiway resurfacing, plus expansion of the aircraft parking and refueling areas. Overnight hangars and tie-downs, ground transportation and internet access are avilable to visitors, as well as pilot and flight training to those interested. Aircraft painting, refueling, maintenance and sales are also provided on site. Facilities include a pilots lounge, conferece and meeting rooms, flight planning and a full kitchen.