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Oxford Airport welcomes new flights to Jersey

14th January 2009 - 13:00 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


Oxford Airport in the UK will get its first ‘scheduled’ charter flights this summer when C.I. Travel Group launches Saturday flights to Jersey from 11 July through to September 12 this year. C.I. Travel is the first travel company to offer regular seasonal flights from Oxford.

The flights will be operated by Air Southwest using Bombardier Dash 8-300 50-seat turboprop aircraft with seat only prices from £150 return, inclusive of all handling and baggage fees.  Flights depart Oxford at 1520, arriving Jersey at 1630. Jersey-Oxford flights commence from 18 July at 1345, arriving Oxford at 1455. 

The route will be the first direct link will appeal to residents in Oxfordshire, the South Midlands and the north-western Home Counties. Some five million people live within an hour’s drive from the airport, which is close to the M40, A34, A40 and A44 road networks. 

Seat only and inclusive holidays are being sold exclusively by C.I. Travel Group’s well-established consumer brands including Discover Jersey and Channel Islands Travel Service.  Its Airways Holidays brand is sold through local independent travel agents. The route will also be marketed to hoteliers in Jersey who may wish to offer their Oxfordshire-based clients a direct flight to the Island. 


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