London Oxford Airport (OXF / EGTK) has traditionally been a base for the flight training school and light aircraft but has more recently started to develop commercial routes.
It is now possible to fly from London Oxford Airport to a number of destination but these tend to come and go depending on the season and airlines. For the latest details look at the official website - passenger information.
The airport has recently opened a new business aviation centre which caters for larger incoming aircraft and VIPs in a luxurious dedicated executive terminal facility offering meeting rooms, private rest zones, shower rooms and amenities one would expect to find in a luxury hotel or business centre. For more details visit the official Oxford airport website - London Oxford Airport.
The quickest way to the city centre is to take a taxi from the airport. There are a number of taxi firms to choose from who offer a cheap and reliable service in Oxford as well as more luxurious operators. Reputable taxis firms include:
Local Taxi Services:
ABC Taxis: 01865 770077 / 01865 775577
Botley Taxis: 07863 281324 / 01865 423264
001 Taxis: 01865 240000
RadioTaxis: 01865 242424 / 01865 249743
Royal Cars: 01865 777333
Findlay Chauffeur Service: 08456 447 099
If you have spent all your money on aviation fuel, you could also consider the frequent public bus service. Take bus 2C or 2D from the just outside the airport for approx 3 GBP for a single. For the bus timetable click here: Oxford Airport to Oxford City Bus Timetable - Bus 2D 2C
Currently London Oxford Airport does not offer many commercial flights and there are no large domestic or international flights from this airport. For this reason if you are flying into the UK then it is best to use one of the London Airports, Heathrow is the closest, but you can get cheaper flights to some of the airports futher away such as London Luton and London Stansted.
Blenheim Palace Sportive and Family Cycle Day
(Sun 17th Aug, 2014)
Enjoy this once a year exclusive family opportunity to cycle around the picturesque Parkland of Blenheim Palace.