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From the air traffic control tower, looking east toward Runway 35MassDOT Aeronautics Division Administrator Chris Willenborg toured Norwood Memorial Airport Tuesday. 

As seen at left, the airport runway and taxiway system were under up to two feet of water as of late Tuesday.  The Airport is closed to fixed wing aircraft.  The airport manager believes one runway will be able to open by early next week. 

MassDOT's Aeronautics Division will assist the airport early next week to open the runway and has contacted the Federal Aviation Administration for assistance.  

Learn more about MassDOT Aeronautics.

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