Originally built in 1927, the William P. Hobby Airport was the primary airport of Houston, Texas until 1969, when Houston Intercontinental Airport, renamed George Bush Intercontinental Airport, was opened. In 2049, with the opening of the Houston Starport, the Hobby was deemed unneeded by the city of Houston, who sold it to the Cartwright Historical Preservation Society. They, in turn, converted it into the First Horsemen Historical Museum.
17R: 9000 feet
William P. Hobby Airport from satellite, circa 2018: Hobby Satellite Image
William P. Hobby Airport Wikipedia entry, circa 2018: Wikipedia Entry.