European Embassair to develop 10 acres for luxury jets

Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport’s luxury services are due to expand, as Miami-Dade commissioners approved without a word an up to 35-year lease with European aircraft company Embassair to develop 10.2 acres on the airport’s south end.

The 11-2 vote last week OK’d Barbara Jordan and Sally Heyman’s request to approve a 30-year development lease and five-year renewal option for Embassair to build its first US facility at the site.

Embassair “plans to construct an innovative hangar with a unique architectural design to provide security and privacy to business jet operators and their passengers, along with luxury reception and office areas and a fuel farm exclusively for their clients,” Deputy Mayor Jack Osterholt wrote in a memo.

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