London Oxford Airport welcomes regular Jersey flights.

Wednesday 7th May 2014

  • London Oxford Airport
  • Mont Orgueil Catsle - Jersey

London Oxford Airport welcomes the return of weekly flights to the popular Channel Island of Jersey this Saturday morning, May 10th with C.I. Travel Group.  Running through to September, the first flight will take off 0940 am.  The first two passengers to check in at the Oxfordjet terminal on Saturday will be invited to go along to the Jersey Visitor Centre on their arrival to pick up a pair of Jersey Passes entitling them to two days' complimentary entry to this summer's top 17 attractions, including Mont Orgueill Castle (photo attached) ; and a box of Channel Islands fudge.  They will also receive a bottle of champagne from London Oxford Airport.

This summer, flights are being operated by established and expanding Channel Islands-based regional airline Blue Islands, operating modern and comfortable 46 seat ATR42 aircraft.   Blue Islands is a new carrier to  London Oxford Airport.

Seat only flights start at £129 per person return and CI Travel (through its Airways Holidays and Jersey Travel brands) has put together a package of competitive holiday prices with lead in prices starting at £318 pp for seven nights.  Holiday packages are on sale through local travel agents as well as online at

In a promotion to mark the return of its new summer programme, Co-op Travel in Carterton, West Oxfordshire, won a two-night short break stay in Jersey, including flights, at the 5 star Grand Jersey Hotel in a prize draw.  The lucky travel agent is Becki Woodley.

The new route is also being marketed to hoteliers in Jersey who may wish to offer their Oxfordshire-based clients a direct flight to the Island.

Saturday Schedule:

Oxford-Jersey        Depart Oxf 09:40        Arrive Jer 10:50

Jersey-Oxford        Depart Jer 08:00        Arrive Oxf 09:10

Tony Farmer, Head of Sales and Route Development at London Oxford Airport comments: "We are very pleased to welcome the return of Jersey flights from Saturday.  The flights will be popular with residents in Oxfordshire, the South Midlands and the north western Home Counties who can now conveniently fly from their local airport, without the hassle of going to one of the larger commercial airports."  Some five million people live within an hour's drive of London Oxford Airport.

Robert Mackenzie, MD of Channel Island based, C I Travel Group commented: "We are delighted to be operating the Oxford to Jersey flights after a two year absence. The route has always been very successful for us and popular with the holidaymaker looking for an overall enjoyable flying experience, which London Oxford Airport clearly offers."

Car parking at London Oxford Airport for the week is £35.00.

About London Oxford Airport:

London Oxford Airport is wholly owned by the Reuben Brothers. Their investment activities include private equity, real estate ownership and development.  Businesses include shopping centres, data centres, race courses, public houses, hotels, technology and media.  At the end of February 2012 the Reubens purchased the London Heliport at London Battersea, the UK's only CAA licensed heliport.  The Heliport is a 22-minute helicopter ride from London Oxford Airport.  London Oxford Airport has been the fastest growing airport for private business aviation in the United Kingdom over the last five years and aspires to be recognised as a new option for commercial airline services within the Thames Valley region, North West of London.

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