Oxford Kidlington Airport, Oxford
Oxford Airport is Go Fly Oxford’s second base. Here we undertake mainly the commercial training, CPL, IR and MEP courses, but also do PPL and Hours Building from Oxford too. We have a Piper fleet based at Oxford, with the PA-28 warrior/Cherokee and the PA-28 arrow, with plans to add a Piper Seneca later this year. London Oxford Airport offers easy access to most of the UK by air, being centrally located just North of the city of Oxford. Oxford is located within easy access of the towns of Reading, Gloucester and London and is located just off the M40 and A43 so is easily accessible from London, Birmingham and Hampshire by road and has nearby rail links to most UK cities, particularly London.
Oxford offers trainee pilots the opportunity to learn with full Air traffic control facilities available with both a Tower, Approach and Radar service. Oxford also offers a full ILS and instrument approach and holds so is the perfect location to do your instrument rating course.
Oxford Airport dates back from to World War II era, when it was known as RAF Kidlington. In 1935, the airport got taken into civilian ownership by Oxford City Council to serve as a municipal airport and its name changed to the more recognisable, Oxford Kidlington Airport. Today Oxford serves as a fantastic training base, business aviation base and maintenance facility for both light aircraft and business and executive jets.
If you would like to train with us at our Oxford base give us a call on 01295 811119 or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org where we can give you more information.