Dayton International Airport was never impacted by the water outage and the boil advisory, said Terry Slaybaugh, director of aviation for the city of Dayton.
The airport switched over to the city of Vandalia water system about 10 p.m. Wednesday night, he said. Prior to that, airport operations were not experiencing any issues.
“We never lost (water) pressure or were impacted,” he said.
The city has located the source of the water problem and has isolated it.
“We’re not being impacted at all,” Slaybaugh said.
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