London Oxford Airport, UK, handled over 100 commercial movements last weekend to experience its busiest ever two days on record for both business aviation and scheduled traffic.
London Oxford Airport will shortly start work to create a further 17,800m2 (4.4 acres) of new high strength apron.
London Oxford Airport increased its visiting, non-resident jet movements, year on year by 31.6% and saw its overall business aviation movements increase 12% during the period April 2009 to March 2010.
The Channel Islands’ leading travel company, C.I. Travel Group, is expanding its popular summer service between London Oxford Airport and Jersey for 2010, with flights starting on 22 May. For the first time it is offering onward connections to Guernsey, providing holiday-makers with the option of a twin-centre holiday.
London Oxford Airport has recently signed a supply agreement with Gulf Aviation for both Jet A1 and Avgas fuels. The new agreement is being well received by operators, especially among the increasing number of transatlantic private jets that are flying into the airport.