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London Oxford Airport welcomes Travion, its first flight management company

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Krista Kuznecova
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Travion Ltd has selected London Oxford Airport as its worldwide operations base. With its convenient location, comprehensive infrastructure and a ready supply of skilled staff, London Oxford Airport was chosen as an ideal location for this expanding Flight Management company.

James Dillon-Godfray, head of business development for the airport said, “It’s an exciting time for Travion and we are delighted they have chosen our airport from which to operate. Their selection is a confirmation of the desirability of London Oxford Airport as a home for youthful and entrepreneurial businesses.”

Owned and operated by Karla Deir, managing director and Andrea Jilkova, director business development, Travion brings a fresh approach to the business of Flight Management. Their offering will handle securing slots and landing permits for inbound and outbound business aviation visitors, the arranging of fuel and ground handling services, seeking out discounted hotel accommodation, in-flight catering, high quality concierge and transportation services, right through to private security.

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Their approach to business is to operate in both a highly ethical and entrepreneurial fashion with a novel approach to flight planning services. Travion believes the experience of its management team enables the company to greatly improve customer satisfaction levels by adopting better systems and processes than they may have experienced in the past.

Deir added, “Oxford has a huge reputation all over the world for its high standards in education and business. To maintain our own high standards we will deliver to a discriminating clientele, the operators, the kind of service and support they expect for their respective aircraft owners or charter customers.”

Jilkova said, “We are operating in a saturated market but the way we deal with our customers sets us apart. Travion meets the desire of those who value customer care, personal attention and individual focus. We will maintain this approach by recruiting only highly skilled, experienced professionals to be found in this area.”

London Oxford Airport will be on the Air BP stand (C88) at EBACE in  Geneva - May 22 to 24

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