It also goes to show that you really need to do some preflight prep, especially if you're unfamiliar with the area. First he mistaked Roberston for Oxford, Robertson has no tower and the runway is about 2000' shorter and 25' narrower. Then he flew to Meriden which is also untowered and much smaller than Oxford, and was telling Oxfords tower he was on final at Oxford.
It happens on occasion at DXR as well, where pilots mistake BDR for DXR (which frankly I find hard to do). It pays to be familiar with the area.