Norwood FBO Plans Stalled by Alleged Misconduct at Airport Commission

AINalerts » July 31, 2014
July 31, 2014, 6:00 PM

Boston Executive Helicopters’ long-planned FBO at Norwood (Mass.) Airport is stalled again amid allegations of ethical and criminal misconduct by members of the airfield’s administrative body, the Norwood Airport Commission. The company claims infighting is intensifying a campaign being waged by certain members to thwart the planned FBO. City and state ethics and rulemaking officials are reviewing requests by the company to investigate the purported improprieties. Members were unavailable for comment. The FBO was originally scheduled to open last summer.

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