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Cleveland (Ohio) Lakefront Airport

In 1957 the Cleveland Lakefront Airport moved onto a 3,600-foot hard-surface runway. In 1958 the runway was extended to 5,200 feet. Also in 1958, a $1.6-million contract was awarded for construction of a Lakefront Airport administration building (model below). Completion of the building would make Cleveland one of the few cities in the country with a feeder-type airport close to its downtown area.

planned administration building

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