|Location||Dorado, Puerto Rico|
Clara Livingston, at the time owner of the property, ordered the strip to be built, and her friend, Amelia Earhart, may have used the facility as well. Later on, the United States military, during World War II, paved the runway.
During the mid 1960s, Dorado was served by Dorado Wings, a small airline that operated charter flights between Dorado Airport and Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan. The airline operated propeller airplanes.
In the early 1990s, the airport was officially closed. In 1996, the parcel was rezoned and construction commenced of a master planned community: Dorado Beach East. In memory of Dorado Airport and its founder, Ms. Clara Livingston, the developers built a children's playground themed with unique play airplanes, a hangar for activities, and a runway plaza.
- MSR Maps: Dorado Airport (USGS aerial photo dated 24 November 1994 showing closed runway with X's).
- World Airport Codes: Dorado Beach Airport (DDP).