London Oxford Airport, located north west of London, UK, is tempting business jet operators to consider flying in and filling up on jet-A1 fuel this month by offering them the opportunity to win great prizes, from a Breitling watch, to Ray-Ban sunglasses, fine wine, English ale and more. All flight crew and owners are eligible when the aircraft uploates 500 liters or more of jet-A1 fuel before departure. Those who want to play the game need only present their business card to the airport operations team to enter, according to James Dillon-Godfray, director, business development for London Oxford Airport.
Dillon-Godfray is only recently on the job at the airport, having returned to the airport to tackle its business development needs as well as the challenge of commercial development of the London Heliport at Battersea.
“It is good to be back,” said Dillon-Godfray. “We have some interesting new tenant companies to support, including Gama Aviation, Excellence Aviation, Up and Away and Airbus Helicopters, UK, to name just a few. I will work with managing director Andi Alexander to help facilitate their growth at Oxford, as well as explore our own future expansion plans for the airport,” he said.