Gatwick Airport Guide

Gatwick Airport Guide: A Comprehensive Overview

Gatwick Airport (LGW) is the second busiest airport in the United Kingdom, located in West Sussex, England, approximately 45 kilometers south of
London. As a major hub for both domestic and international flights, Gatwick handles over 46 million passengers annually.

Terminals and Airlines**

Gatwick Airport comprises two terminals: North Terminal and South Terminal. Each terminal has its own dedicated check-in area, security checkpoints, and departure gates. * **North Terminal:** Serves British Airways, easyJet, Norwegian, and other low-cost carriers. * **South Terminal:** Serves Virgin Atlantic, Delta Air Lines, Qatar Airways, and other major airlines.

Gatwick Airport Transport

Train Gatwick Express: High-speed train service connecting the airport to London Victoria station in approximately 30 minutes. Southern Railway: Provides regular train services to London Bridge, London St Pancras, and other destinations. Bus: National Express:** Operates coach services to various cities and towns in the UK. easyBus, Offers low-cost bus transportation to Central London. Taxi: Black cabs and minicabs are available at designated taxi ranks outside the terminals. Pre-booked airport transfers can also be arranged. Driving: Gatwick Airport is accessible by car via the M23 motorway. On-site parking is available in various short-stay and long-stay car parks. Airport Facilities Dining and Shopping: Gatwick offers a wide range of dining options, from fast food outlets to upscale restaurants. The airport also features a variety of retail stores, including duty-free shops, fashion boutiques, and electronics stores.


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