Calls To "Reinstate" This Flight Service To And From Dublin Airport

By Darragh Berry

June 7, 2018 at 3:11pm

Calls To "Reinstate" This Flight Service To And From Dublin Airport

There is hundreds of flights operating from Dublin airport but apparently, it's missing a service from a real "significant player".

Oxford Airport is continuing to make a case for expansion after it won the ‘Best Innovation in Business Aviation’ award for the second year running.

Oxford Mail says that airport bosses in the London city want to expand and reinstate short haul commercial flights to Dublin but need a bigger runway in order to do so. 

Speaking at the award ceremony, Commander Bud Slabbaert said that:

"London Oxford Airport has grown to become a significant player in business aviation.

“Years ago when they rebranded they were determined and resolute to get positioned among the best.

“Now they can proudly claim to be an award-winning business aviation airport.”

It is one of very few UK business airport that has seen constant growth in the past ten years and is oe of the top 20 busiest European business airports. 

Managing director of London Oxford Airport, Andi Alexander, said: "It’s an excellent endorsement for us which has been achieved by the sheer hard work and dedication of our great team and our continued investment in the airport.”

Until the airport is able to expand, however, the only route that looks to be reinstalled is that of Edinburgh. 

Would you use this service? Let us know in the comments.

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