This page lists the commercial and general avaiation airports near Stellafane.
Listed in order of easiest driving to Stellafane:
Located in South Burlington, VT very close to an I-89 entrance, BTV is the largest airport in the state. It may be your best choice if you are flying to Stellafane but is likely to offer fewer choices of flights than the next two listed here. Google maps list the drive as 122 miles and 2:07, with 95% of the drive on (very scenic) interstate highways I-89 and I-91.
Located in Windsor Locks, CT, near Springfield MA and midway between that city and Hartford, CT to its south. Google Maps estimates driving time (outside rush hours!) at just under two hours and 116 miles. BDL has easy access to Interstate-91 via eastbound, 4-lane US-20. Nearly 100 miles of the route is on I-91 (all the way south to north through Massachusetts - don't mistake Springfield, MA for your destination) to Vermont Exit 7 at Springfield (VT!).
Located in Manchester, NH, many of us locals use it because of the good selection of airlines and flights. We suggest this with slightly lower preference because the drive to Stellafane is considerably more complicated: it involves may route changes and turns (some of them, obscure)for the visitor to the area. Google maps lists the route through Lebanon, NH as 119 miles and 2:03. Google offers an alternative from MHT through Newport, NH at 97 miles and 2:09. If you drag the route to go through Keene, which is how many of us travel, it is 105 miles and 2:20. Your choice.
Located in Latham, NY, between Albany & Schenectady, it is probably the smallest commercial airport in this list, served chiefly by Southwest and small regionals as of this writing. Google maps lists one route as 94.7 miles and 2:12 mostly on state two lane highways. If your needs dictate that your flight end at ALB, you may wish to consider the alternative of going a couple miles to (southbound) Interstate-89 and another couple to Interstate 90. From I-90 in Albany, it's a longer but easy drive to the I-90/I-91 junction near Springfield, MA.
Note: When using Google Maps to get mileages and times, use "211 Jordan Rd, Springfield, VT 05156" as the destination.
Located 3 miles northwest of Springfield, this is the place to land if you are a private pilot. Owned and operated by the State of Vermont.