London Oxford Airport entices GA market

Monday 5th June 2017

  • London Oxford Airport
  • London Oxford Airport

London Oxford Airport is enticing recreational flyers of light general aviation aircraft to visit their airfield with a series of new incentives valid for six months from May to October 2017.

Category A single-engined piston aircraft under 2.73 tonnes in weight (the largest type in this category being equivalent to a Piper Malibu or Meridian) can land for just £10 (including VAT) or FREE if they uplift 45 litres or more of Avgas.

Furthermore, GA visitors to London Oxford Airport before November will also receive a special Grass Parking rate of £10 per day (including VAT) and, if booked in advance, ILS approaches will cost just £5 (VAT included). However, the airport specifies there will be no discount for touch and goes.

James Dillon-Godfray, Director of Business Development at London Oxford Airport, says: "With these reduced costs and our cheap fuel prices, London Oxford offers excellent value for money in comparison to neighbouring airports. We pride ourselves on our accessible, user-friendly airspace which offers the most professional Air Traffic Control service of any private airport in the region.

"We look forward to welcoming many new GA flyers to the airport this summer," Dillon-Godfray adds.

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 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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