London Oxford Airport
London Oxford Airport (OXF/EGTK – Kidlington) is the Thames Valley area’s primary regional and business aviation airport – the only commercial airport between London Heathrow (LHR) and Birmingham (BHX). Located in the heart of one of Europe’s fastest growing and most prosperous regions, Oxford lies 40 miles to the north-west of the Greater London area, halfway to the UK’s industrial heartland of the Midlands. The airport has been the fastest growing for private and business aviation in the UK since 2007.
New scheduled airline services from Oxford Airport are currently under review. Businesses based at the airport also provide ad-hoc air charter, air taxis, the sale of aircraft and helicopters, their support, management, modification and maintenance. As Europe’s foremost centre for professional pilot training services, London Oxford Airport once had the busiest single runway in the world. London Oxford Airport is open from 06:00 to 22:30, seven days and is co-owned and operated with the London Heliport.
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