Coatings for hot section aero turbine engine structural materials are subject to thermochemical degradation after interacting with calcium-magnesium-aluminosilicates (CMAS). Molten CMAS viscosity is the primary glass property of importance, correlating with coating infiltration and reaction depth. CMAS viscosity was measured using a spindle-dipped viscometer at temperatures between 1300-1550°C in 25°C increments. Experimental data were compared to Thermo-Calc and FactSage computational models, which showed good agreement with experimental trends. CMXAS compositions, where X denotes a fifth oxide, of Ca30.75-Mg9-X5-Al13-Si42.25 (single cation oxide mol%) for X = Fe2+, Fe3+, Gd3+, Hf4+, Na1+, Ti4+, Y3+, Yb3+, Zr4+ additions were used. Oxide precipitation was observed in X = Hf4+ , Zr4+ CMXAS specimens, indicating coating dissolution is an increased threat for T ≥ 1390°C. Molten CMAS and CMXAS viscosity measurements were shown to correlate with net cation field strength, offering an alternative in property prediction where thermodynamic data are unavailable.