|Operator||Town of Weyburn|
|Location||Weyburn No. 67, near Weyburn, Saskatchewan|
|Time zone||CST (UTC−06:00)|
|Elevation AMSL||1,934 ft / 589 m|
During World War II the aerodrome was constructed in 1941 as part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan graduated 1,055 pilots and recorded more than 180,000 hours of flight time over the before being abandoned on 30 June 1944. Other uses included a children's physiological hospital in the 1950s and the home of the Western Christian College from 1957 until 1989. Some of the original hangars are still in existence.
Two runways remain in operation, while runway 18/36 is abandoned.
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