125 Access Road Norwood, MA 02062
Office Hours: By Appointment
Russ Maguire, A.A.E., ACE, Airport Manager
Mark Raymond, ACE, Assistant Airport Manager
With a proud heritage as a World War II naval training base, the Norwood Memorial Airport today is a transportation resource used by a virtual "Who's Who" of Massachusetts businesses. From television personalities to Fortune 500 executives, corporate America is saving precious time and money by taking advantage of flight services available at this general aviation airport.
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Massachusetts DOT Economic Impact Study
Finds Norwood Airport Creates $52 Million Each Year in Total Economic Activity
Highlights include the following:
Memorial Airport accommodates more than 23,000 visitors annually,
who spend $14
million each year in the local economy
Norwood Memorial Airport is home to 13 businesses serving the public
Memorial Airport generates more than 390 jobs, with a total payroll exceeding
Click Here to See the 2015 MassDOT Statewide Airport Economic Impact Study Update, Executive Summary
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Only a general aviation airport like Norwood can provide air travelers with the ability to set their own flight schedules. However, many corporate aircraft and charter flights also use Norwood Memorial Airport to access their connections to domestic/ international flights at Boston's Logan
Airport and T.F. Green Airport in Providence, R.I.
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Directions to Norwood Memorial Airport
From Interstate 95
Take Exit 11-B. Once on Neponset Street, go through two traffic lights. At the third traffic light (blinking yellow), take a right onto Access Road. The airport’s municipal parking lot is ¼ mile down Access Road on the right-hand side of the road.
From Route 1—Heading south
Take the "Norwood Center" up ramp onto the Pendergast Circle rotary. Take the third right-hand turn off the rotary, onto Neponset Street, heading toward the town of Canton. Then take the second left-hand turn off Neponset Street, onto Access Road (at the blinking yellow light). The airport’s municipal parking lot is ¼ mile down Access Road, on the right-hand side of the road.
From Route 1—Heading north
Take the "Norwood Center" up ramp onto the Pendergast Circle rotary. Take an immediate right-hand turn off the rotary, onto Neponset Street, heading toward the town of Canton. Then take the second left-hand turn off Neponset Street, onto Access Road (at the blinking yellow light). The airport’s municipal parking lot is ¼ mile down Access Road, on the right-hand side of the road.
- Airport Services
- Airport management cooperates with its 12 on-site businesses to provide a full range of services. Hangars, transient aircraft parking and tie-downs are available on a 24-hour basis. Maintenance, repairs, de-icing, and avionics are similarly available between the hours of 6:30a.m. - 9:00 p.m., along with both Jet A and 100LL fuels.
- Specialized services at the airport include: passenger and freight charter, flight training, aircraft rentals/ sales, aircraft detailing, electronic news gathering (Channels 4 and 5), aerial photography, and aerial larvacide applications (Norfolk County Mosquito Control).
- The Norwood Airport is available, 'round the clock, for emergency medical transport where, regionally, both air ambulance and inter-hospital organ donor flights often originate. With specialized medical centers located in nearby Boston and New York, Norwood Airport's air transport services can be a life-saver, especially when time is critical.
- Norwood Memorial Airport is also instrumental in supporting the region's law enforcement activities. Though no longer based at Norwood, the State Police Air Wing continues to utilize the airport when flying missions in the greater Boston Area.