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WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. (mi.) A circa 2006 aerial photo looking south along Opa-Locka West Airport's former Runway 18. The famous blimp hangar was bought by the City of Miami from Key West, disassembled and moved to the southeast corner of the eventual Opa-locka Airport. D a t e Time (est) Wind (mph) Vis. RUNWAYS . While the 1926 Miami hurricane badly damaged the city and brought the Florida land boom to a halt, several Moorish-style buildings survived. Temperature (ºF) Relative Humidity Wind Chill (°F) Heat Index (°F) Pressure Precipitation (in.) Opa-locka West Airport was reportedly damaged by Hurricane Wilma in October 2005. A circa 2006 aerial photo looking east along Opa-Locka West Airport's former Runway 9, All that remains of the secret CIA base is a grassy field on the northeastern corner of Opa-locka Airport. Aviation pioneer Glenn Curtiss retired from aircraft development and manufacturing in the 1920s and became a real estate developer in Florida. The property was transferred to Dade County, and the Dade County Junior College opened there in 1961. view 40 history. Air Dwpt The history of Opa-locka Airport. Miami-Opa Locka Airport was founded in its current location by flying pioneer Glenn Curtiss in 1925, when he moved the Florida Aviation Camp from Hialeah to land west of Opa Locka. 9L-27R – 8,002 × 150 ft. Asphalt, grooved HIRL 9L -ILS VASI (V4L) GA 3.0° TCH 52’ MALSR 27R -ILS VASI (V4L) GA 3.0° TCH 52’ 12/30 6,800 × 150 ft. Asphalt, grooved HIRL 12 ILSThreshold disp. In 1926 he founded the City of Opa-locka, naming it Opa-tisha-woka-locka (quickly shortened to Opa-locka), a Native American name that translates into the high land north of the little river with a camping place. Weather Sky Cond. Basic users (becoming a basic user is free and easy!) In 1962 the remainder of the NAS property was transferred to Dade County, and became Opa-Locka Airport. History. A 2004-2005 aerial view of Opa-Locka West Airport as seen from a Robinson helicopter. In 1965 Coast Guard Air Station Miami transferred its operations from Dinner Key to the Opa-Locka airport. OPA-LOCKA EXECUTIVE AIRPORT (KOPF) 25°54’42″N 80°16’76″W AIRPORT LAYOUT Land 1,810 acres Elevation 9 ft. above sea level. All that remains of the secret CIA base is a grassy field on the northeastern corner of Opa-locka Airport. Curtiss developed the city with a Moorish architecture theme. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Opa Locka airfield got to be known as the Municipal Blimp Hangar and the Goodyear Blimp … The land where Opa-locka Airport is now was originally purchased by Glenn and Lena Curtiss in 1918. History. Search. The city was conceived in 1926 by aviation pioneer Glenn Curtiss. The airport is just west of the City of Opa-locka's city limits in unincorporated Miami-Dade County. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Opa-locka also has its own airport, which is used today for private planes, and the Opa-locka Hialeah Flea Market which is open 365 days a year and sees more than 100,000 visitors per week. Opa-locka was founded by aviation pioneer Glenn Curtiss in 1926. [Antolin Garcia Carbonell;] Home.