Airways Aviation is establishing global headquarters at London Oxford Airport, United Kingdom, supporting its rapid global expansion strategy.

Airways Aviation relocates to Airways House at the Oxford-based airport in April, as demand for high-calibre commercial flight training has seen its UK-based cadet numbers double in 2015. Cadet numbers are predicted to rise to at least 150 in the coming year.

As well as receiving EASA-approved training at London Oxford Airport, cadets will be able to fly from Airways Aviation's recently opened fair-weather flying base in Huesca, Spain. The strategic move to a new global HQ at Oxford, from the company's previous UK base in Coventry, positions Airways Aviation for significant international growth in the coming years to meet increasing industry demand for skilled commercial pilots.

Airways Aviation CEO Ian Cooper commented: "Airways Aviation is growing rapidly and our new Oxford base gives us much-needed space to expand our world-class training facilities. Cadets will have access to unrivalled training technology including DA42 simulators, the latest eLearning systems and our high performance Hawker business jet, as well as small class sizes that will deliver resilient training and prepare them for the aviation industry."