*OU* flies in to save air traffic control tower at *Norman* airport

After the Max Westheimer Airport in Norman faced losing its air traffic control tower due to federal cuts, the University of Oklahoma is flying in to keep it open.

The college agreed to provide funding to keep the tower operational and provide pay to staff. The aviation program at the college was catalyst for the aid.

The Norman Airport logs 60,000 takeoffs and landings a year. 

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