Whether it is for a business trip, a family member’s graduation or a visit of the city, flying to Oxford by private jet is always a pleasure. AEROAFFAIRES offers you a private jet rental service at the best rate to get to Oxford.
Located just a few kilometres from one of the world’s most prestigious universities, London Oxford Airport offers its business travellers services of a very high quality.
AEROAFFAIRES tells you everything you need to know about London Oxford Airport to make your trip a moment of absolute tranquility.
AEROAFFAIRES is your specialist in business and private aviation. Since 1991, we have operated more than 20,000 private flights and carried nearly 95,000 passengers.
Our advisers are at your disposal 7/7 to book the device you need, in less than 2 hours. Light business aircrafts, medium and long-haul private jets, helicopters or even commercial planes for VIPs, AEROAFFAIRES charters your certified aircraft for Public Transport as soon as possible and at a competitive price.
Moreover, choosing to travel with AEROAFFAIRES means protecting the environment; thanks to our SkyCO2 program, we indeed offset 100% of the CO2 emissions produced by our flights by preserving South America’s primary forests.
Contact us on +33 (0) 1 44 09 91 82 to book your private jet. We are at your disposal 7/7 and 24/24 hours.
Location & access
Located in Oxfordshire County, London Oxford Airport is 15 km from downtown Oxford. It will take you about 20 minutes to reach the city by the A34 and about 1.5 hours from London by the M40 and A40.
If you wish, AEROAFFAIRES can book you a Mercedes S-Class, a VIANO or a Limousine with driver upon your arrival and departure.
AEROAFFAIRES also takes care of chartering a helicopter to get you quickly to London or any other city in England. It will only take you half an hour to reach the Battersea district of London, for example. Feel free to contact us for a helicopter rental when booking your private jet.
Also known as Oxford Kidlington Airport, London Oxford Airport is subject to flight restrictions due to noise pollution. For example, it is prohibited to take off or land between 10:30 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Its coordinates are:
- Airport Code: OXF/EGTK
- Latitude: 51.8369° N
- Longitude: 1.3200° W
- Altitude: 82 m
- Runway length: 760 m and 1,552 m
Business flights can only land and take off from the larger of the two asphalt runways; 1552 metres can indeed accommodate all types of aircrafts, for example:
Upon your departure or arrival, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the many facilities offered by London Oxford Airport:
- VIP lounges, such as the “Vitesse Oxford” or “Embarquement” lounges;
- Meeting and conference rooms from 12 to 60 places;
- High-quality restoration;
- Fast and discreet boarding;
- Vida Health & Fitness Club including a fitness centre, a solarium, showers, a beauty care and massage card.
The SPA is open every day from 6:30 am to 10 pm and on weekends from 8 am to 1 pm.
History of London Oxford Airport
Created in 1935 to serve as a base for the Royal Air Force, London Oxford Airport was then called RAF Kidlington. This is where the RAF flight school was located. It still exists today and provides the most renowned pilot training courses in Europe.
Oxford Airport was renamed London Oxford in 2009 because of its proximity to the British capital.
If you plan to spend a few days in Oxford, AEROAFFAIRES recommends that you book a room at the Old Parsonage Hotel, located just next to Oxford University and its Natural History Museum.
The Oxford Kitchen is a contemporary gourmet restaurant with a modern and refined setting, ideal for your business meals or dinners with friends. If you want to continue the evening in a trendy bar with exquisite cocktails, head to the Angels Cocktail Bar.
Finally, do not miss the visit of Oxford University, where Harry Potter fans will find some familiar settings.