Oxford Airport business aviation centre set for summer launch
27.5.2008 (UK Airport News)
transport linkages when Oxford Airport completes construction of a brand new business aviation centre this summer.
more space and a fresh, modern design.
for which management has recently recruited a customer services manager and up
to five customer service representatives.
most buoyant sector in the market right now and we are extremely well placed to
build on the activity we are currently generating.‘
business aviation, are an hour’s drive from the west end of London and importantly,
we have slot availability to offer an extremely appealing alternative.’
give crews easy access to their aircraft, offering amenities more akin to those
in a smart ‘boutique’ hotel.
with VIP and ‘VVIP’ zones for passengers, assuring maximum anonymity and privacy.
customs and immigration facilities will also be provided for within the new facility.
The new business terminal will offer a relaxing environment with a contemporary
twist and will cater for fly-in board meetings with private meeting rooms available
to charter operations, whilst the enhanced scale of the terminal will allow for
the occasional charter of small regional aircraft (up to 50-seat capacity), which
are now welcome at Oxford with its new runway and the anticipated higher rescue
and fire fighting category.
access is permitted from 06:00 to midnight. This gives Oxford a notable advantage
over other business airports such as Farnborough, London City, Biggin Hill and
2007, it only saw 50,000, the lowest on record, of which 36% was flying school
traffic from Oxford Aviation Academy.