A newly developed Ti–46Al–6Nb-0.5W-0.5Cr-0.3Si-0.1C alloy was oxidized isothermally and cyclically in air, and its high-temperature oxidation behavior was investigated. When the alloy was isothermally oxidized at 700 °C for 2000 h, the weight gain was only 0.15 mg/cm². The parabolic rate constant, kp (mg²/cm⁴·h), measured from isothermal oxidation tests was 0.002 at 900 °C and 0.009 at 1000 °C. Such excellent isothermal oxidation resistance resulted from the formation of the dense, continuous Al₂O₃ layer between the outer TiO₂ layer and the inner (TiO₂-rich, Al₂O₃-deficient) layer. The alloy also displayed good cyclic oxidation resistance at 900 °C. Some noticeable scale spallation began to occur after 68 h at 1000 °C during the cyclic oxidation test.