London Oxford Airport offers free shuttle services for business jet passengers and crew

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London Oxford Airport is offering arriving business jet passengers and crew complimentary shuttle services to and from the new Oxford Parkway Station, which formally opened on October 26, 2015.

Oxford Parkway, located just five minutes from the airport, is the first railway station to be built in Oxford for nearly 100 years and offers more choice for airport customers, particularly busy business executives needing to reach London with ease and efficiency. The station offers high speed services to London’s Marylebone Station, delivering passengers to the heart of the UK’s capital in just under one hour; only the helicopter is quicker at 22 minutes direct to The London Heliport in Battersea.

“The thoroughly modern transport hub at Oxford Parkway, with its new highly convenient rail link to London, offers yet more choice for our London-bound customers and we are delighted to support the connection with free shuttle services on request,” said London Oxford Airport managing director Andi Alexander.

“We expect many of our executive customers will take advantage of it, making London Oxford an even better choice for those wanting to avoid the congestion of the busier airports around the capital.”

This new rail link comes as London Oxford Airport reports a continued increase in business aviation traffic during 2015, bolstered by regular activity from established operators such as Air Hamburg, NetJets and Bombardier Challenger specialist VistaJet.

October 27, 2015

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