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London Oxford Airport launches 'Try and Fly' offers at Schedulers & Dispatchers

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London Oxford Airport launches 'Try and Fly' offers at Schedulers & Dispatchers - Business aviation publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United Kingdom Aircraft: Airplanes

London Oxford Airport, one of the UK's busiest business aviation hubs, returns to Schedulers & Dispatchers in Fort Worth, TX, USA this week with a trio of tempting offers for first time visitors as it joins its long-standing fuel supplier Air BP on Booth 500.

For visitors traveling to or from North America direct to OXF/EGTK, the airport is offering:-

• "Try and Fly" deal which includes a waived landing fee and a 50% reduction in parking fees for up to a week's stay for first time users

• A 2.5% price reduction on fuel uplifts (with partner Air BP) of over 1,500 litres.

• For those wishing to enjoy an on-site helicopter shuttle service to or from the jointly owned London Heliport in the centre of London, a 22-minute run, London Oxford will halve the associated landing fee at the Heliport.

Valid until the end of December 2017, these three promotional offers combined could save operators thousands of dollars on a transatlantic trip through the UK for those with large aircraft.

James Dillon-Godfray, Head of Business Development who will be at S&D comments: "We look forward to welcoming first-time visitors to London Oxford and urge them to make the most of these opportunities while they last. With easy access to London and the jointly owned and operated London Heliport at Battersea, we offer a unique package to clients using both fixed and rotary wing aircraft."

London Oxford Airport, located just outside the more congested London Terminal Movement Area (LTMA) is ideally positioned as a viable choice for access to London. Located 40 miles from Greater London and with easy access via the UK's motorway network, Oxford is served by the fastest and least congested of London's key arterial road routes - it's just an hour's drive into London's West End.

The airport's standard opening hours are 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., seven days a week, but offers easy extensions from 6:00 a.m. to midnight. Visitors can also enjoy the airport's award-winning VIP FBO terminal, OxfordJet which is one of very few IS-BAH (International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling) accredited FBOs in Europe. London Oxford Airport has a Rockwell Collins ARINCDirect data link ground station installed, accepts multiple fuel and services payment cards and offers exceptionally quick turn-times as a full EASA-certificated airport.

This year the airport is making further investments in new hangarage and parking areas taking aircraft up to BBJ/Airbus A320/EMB-195 size.



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