Blue-skies research

July 9, 2004

Forget cheap flights to Majorca, Oxbridge dons fed up with sitting on hot trains or in jams on the M25 have taken to chartering light planes between Cambridge and Oxford. James Dillion-Godfray, business development manager for Oxford Airport, says that by January he expects demand to warrant a daily scheduled flight between the two academic cities. No sunscreen needed.

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