Robert LaFleur Airport
The Robert LaFleur Airport is comprised of approximately 450 acres, two runways, two major City owned buildings and numerous privately owned hangars. The City of Waterville has owned the airport since the 1930's. The airport was named after Captain Robert A. LaFleur, a U.S. Army Air Corps officer who was declared "missing in action" over Germany on July 2, 1943.
As a general aviation airport, private aircraft owners can land and take off from the airport at any time of the day or week. At the present time, the City is responsible for all airport operations such as fueling (AVFUEL), hangaring, tie-down, parking, and offers Enterprise Rental cars. The Airport is home of Airlink Aviation LLC. Airlink offers flight instruction, scenic flights, aircraft charter, and aircraft sales.
Summer hours (May 1 - October 31): 7:00am-7:00pm EST, 7 days a week.
Winter hours (November 1 - April 30): 8:00am-4:00pm EST, 7 days a week.
Phone: 207.861.8013 - After Hours Phone: 207.314.7730