London Oxford Airport pledges Vegas riches in unique prize draw Refuel and win a Breitling watch, Ray-Ban sunglasses

Tuesday 17th November 2015

  • London Oxford Airport
  • James Dillon Godfray with Ray Banns NBAA 2015

London Oxford Airport UK is here at the NBAA Convention to highlight that you don't need to fly to Vegas to gain riches.  It has a unique three month promotion at its airport launching 1st December where bizav flight crew and aircraft owners can win prestigious prizes including Breitling watches, Ray-Ban sunglasses, fine wines or Oxfordshire ales, simply by refuelling.   

London Oxford Airport will be talking up the promotion which runs through to the end of February along with its fuel partner Air BP at the industry's premier business aviation show Booth C10835.

Flightdeck crew and business jet owners are all eligible to enter when they uplift 500 litres or more of Jet A1 fuel prior to departure.  They just need to present a valid business card to the airport's operations team and they can do this every time they land, increasing their chances of winning.

Highlighting the promotion at NBAA, James Dillon-Godfray said: "We look forward to welcoming business aviation owners and pilots to London Oxford over the coming months to take full advantage of our Prize Draw.  Our Oxfordjet facility can handle aircraft from the smallest of light jets to Gulfstream, Global Express and larger VIP airliner series including the Airbus ACJ and we are pleased to be seeing more US arrivals of late."

Visitors are invited to the Air BP Booth at NBAA to find out more about London Oxford and the unique prizes on offer.

*The first Prize Draw (First Prize - a Breitling watch; Second Prize - a pair of Ray-Bans; Third Prize - fine wine or Oxfordshire real ale) will take place at Oxfordjet on December 11th.

About London Oxford Airport

London Oxford Airport is wholly owned by the Reuben Brothers. Their investment activities span private equity, as well as real estate ownership and development.  Businesses include, data centres, race courses, media, public houses, hotels, mining and metal storage.

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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