Flying and Planes

Weller Airport (CTQ2)

Welcome to our family built, owned and operated airport CTQ2!

CTQ2 is a good 2,600′ grass runway that we smoothed and widened in 2015 to make for good approaches for even high performance aircrafts, such as our high performance Aerocanard project. Everybody is welcome to fly in, but must agree to assume all risks such as wildlife like deer, moose, ducks and geese, and possibly escaped cows.

An airline pilot who has flown in many countries recently told us that CTQ2 is the best small airport, not just in North America, but in the world because of the views, runway, etc. Quite a compliment! Come see, is it is true?

Open in summer.

Fly in directions:

The coordinates are: N 45 02 11, W 72 01 61.

Call for current runway conditions (1 819 876 2528)

The coordinates are: N 45 02 11, W 72 01 61.

All are welcome, but must fly in at their own risk.


Amenities offered:

  • Hangaring and tie-down services
  • possibility of small aircraft manufacturing
  • innovators and their projects appreciated. Stanstead is where the first motorized vehicle in Canada, a steam powered buggy built and driven to the Stanstead Fairgrounds in 1867 by Henry Seth Taylor.
  • B&B
  • fishing in naturally replenished trout ponds.  They have discovered their own safe nursery location.
  • Calling local cabs
  • home-cooked meals
  • Possibly the only airport in North America where you can fly in and pick up a Golden Retriever puppy along with your organic garden and orchard produce.
  • Five major ski slopes within an hour’s drive (Burke, Jay Peak, Owl’s Head, Sutton, and Bromont).
  • Granite Museum
  • Haskell Library/Opera House
  • Host international ski fly meet on the international ice of Lake Memphremagog
  • International area.
  • Working to get CANPASS airport approval for summers



Aerial view looking north up runway 01-hangar is right side at north end


7AC Aeronca Champ “Bluebird” and our hangar/workshop/event hall before the tower was built


Hangar with windsock


Hangar with solar panels and tower with windmill

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