London Gatwick Airport

London Gatwick Airport Information (LGW)

Situated some 25 miles south of central London, in the county of Sussex, Gatwick International Airport is the second biggest air travel facility serving England’s capital city. With an annual passenger throughput in excess of 30 million, it ranks amongst the busiest airports in the world. The airport operates two terminals and is something of a hub for transatlantic carriers British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.

Business travellers flying into or out of London Gatwick will find business facilities at the nearby London Gatwick Hilton Hotel, while the VIP Servisair and Aviance lounges at the airport are amply equipped to provide all the comforts you might need prior to a flight, meeting or job interview. The airport has an impressive résumé of services and amenities intended to make travel and waiting times as comfortable and trouble-free as possible. Shopping and dining establishments are plentiful, while essentials such as bureaux de change and ATMs can be found in both of the airport’s terminals. Information services are comprehensive and accessible throughout the airport.

The Gatwick Express rail service provides the speediest and most efficient means of connecting with the city, with services running every 15 minutes at peak times. Alternatively, coaches and shuttle buses provide connections with central London as well as destinations beyond. Taxis are readily available from outside the terminal buildings.

Address: London Gatwick Airport, West Sussex, RH6 0NP, UK
Tel: +44 344 892 0322

Website: www.gatwickairport.com

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Business, VIP & Wifi

Business passengers travelling to or from London Gatwick will find the airport well equipped to address their needs, with a comprehensive selection of facilities on offer including Wifi access, conference rooms and fully-equipped business lounges.

Business centres: United Business Centres (UBC) operates the Gatwick Business and Conference Centre, which is located in Norfolk House, within the airport grounds. State-of–the-art business facilities are on offer at the centre and can be utilised by all paying business passengers. Additionally, there are some business facilities available in the airport’s VIP lounges.

Meeting rooms: the Gatwick Business and Conference Centre offers extensive facilities for companies wishing to hold meetings, conferences or exhibitions. Bookings can be made at the service provider’s website.

VIP: VIP lounges can be found in both terminals and are open to all passengers on payment of the required entry fee. In the North Terminal, the lounge is operated by Servisair, while the Aviance Alexandra Suite is on hand in the South Terminal. Pre-bookings can be made for the respective lounges.

Internet: internet terminals are provided by Spectrum Interactive and can be found in various locations, both land and airside of the airport. Payment can be made by credit card, with euros or sterling at the access points. Meanwhile, Wifi access is readily available and provided for by T-Mobile, BT Openzone and The Cloud Networks.

Car Rental

With over 30 million annual passengers passing through London Gatwick, it’s understandable that the airport experiences a high demand for car hire, especially from business travellers and holidaymakers. To satisfy this demand, there are a number of car rental franchises in operation at the airport; these are listed below.

Alamo, Avis, Dollar, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz and Thrifty all have desks in designated buildings that serve both terminals, and agencies offer pre-booked or on-arrival car rentals. While hiring a car on arrival is acceptable, it doesn’t always offer the best rates or guarantee that you will get the vehicle of your choice. To ensure both of these, we recommend that you book ahead.

Children

Babies: Baby care rooms featuring facilities for changing and feeding babies can be found in both terminals and can be recognised by either a bottle or a baby care symbol. Some of the regular ladies and gents toilets offer wall mounted pull-down baby-changing areas. Baby essentials such as nappies and formula can be purchased from Boots.

Children and mothers: Mums can help alleviate their children’s boredom by taking them to the play areas located in both terminals. These areas are kitted out with interactive games and they are furnished with soft padding to make them extra safe for very young children. The areas are intended for use by children between the ages of two and six. Meanwhile, the Games Grid arcade is on hand for older children and offers arcade games. WH Smith sells a variety of publications aimed at children such as comics and reading and colouring books. The airport’s eateries are well equipped to receive young visitors and most establishments offer high chairs for babies and toddlers as well as special children’s menus.

Destinations

The following destinations are currently serviced by schedule or charter flights on a regular or seasonal basis.

Aberdeen Fuerteventura Newcastle
Abu Dhabi International Funchal Newquay
Accra Geneva Nice
Addis Ababa Gerona Olbia
Agadir Gibraltar Orlando (International)
Ajaccio Glasgow Orlando ( Sanford)
Alghero Goa Ottawa
Algiers Granada Palma
Alicante Grenada Paphos
Almeria Grenoble Philadelphia
Amsterdam Guernsey Pisa
Antayla Halifax Plymouth
Antigua Hamburg Ponta Delgada
Aqaba Harare Porlamar
Arrecife Hassi Messaoud Porto
Aruba Havana Prague
Athens Heraklion Preveza
Atlanta Holguin Pristina
Banjul Houston Puerto Plata
Barbados Hurghada Puerto Vallarta
Barcelona Ibiza Pula
Bastia Innsbruck Punta Cana
Belfast City Inverness Quebec
Belfast International Isle of Man Raleigh Durham
Bergen Izmir Reus
Berlin Schoenefeld Jersey Reykjavik
Bermuda Johannesburg Rhodes
Billund Kalamata Riga
Bodrum Kavala Rimini
Bologna Kefallinia Rome (Fiumicino)
Bordeaux Kiev (Borispol) Rome Ciampino
Bourgas Kingston Rovaniemi
Budapest Kittila Salvador
Buenos Aires Knock Salzburg
Cagliari Kos Samos
Calgary Krakow Santa Clara
Calvi La Romana Santa Cruz
Cancun Lagos Seville
Catania Larnaca Shannon
Cayo Coco Las Palmas Sharm El Sheikh
Chambery Las Vegas Skiathos
Chania Lemnos Sofia
Charlotte Lisbon Split
Cincinnati Ljubljana St Lucia
Cleveland Luxembourg St Petersburg
Cologne ( Bonn) Luxor St Kitts
Colombo Lyon Strasbourg
Connaught Madrid Tallinn
Copenhagen Mahon Tampa
Corfu Malabo Tenerife Norte
Cork Malaga Tenerife Sur
Cozumel Male Thessaloniki
Dalaman Malta Thira
Dallas Fort Worth Manchester Tirana
Deer Lake Marrakech Tobago
Delhi Marsa Alam Toronto
Denver International Marseille Toulouse
Detroit Milan (Linate) Tripoli
Djerba Milan (Malpensa) Trivandrum
Djibouti Minneapolis Tunis
Doha Minsk Turin

Directions

London Gatwick International Airport is situated south of the city in Sussex and can be reached easily via the M23 motorway. England’s well-designed motorway network allows for easy connections with the M23 from all points of the compass.

From the north: the M1 provides access to London from the north. Once in London, follow signs for the M23 motorway. Take the M23 as far as Junction 9, at which point you need to exit and follow the signs for the airport.

From the south: the A23 runs south of the city of London and connects with the M23. Once on the M23, follow it as far as Junction 9 before exiting and following the well-signposted route to the airport.

From the east: the A47 provides access to London via the M1; the A11 provides access via the M11; while the A14 connects with the A12 and the M25. Once in the city, follow signs for the M23. Exit the M23 at Junction 9 and follow the signs to the airport.

From the west: the M54 motorway comes in from the west and connects with the M1, which leads to the city. Once in London, follow signs for the M23, which you should take as far as Junction 9, and then follow the signs to the airport.

Facilities

London Gatwick’s facilities are in keeping with its status as one of the world’s busiest international airports. With over 30 million passengers passing through the airport each year, the airport more than meets its responsibility for providing essential services such as financial facilities and others services aimed at comfort and relaxation, such as dining and shopping outlets.

Money: there are three ATMs in the Departures area of the North Terminal and another four in the Departures area of the South Terminal as well as another in Arrivals and one more on the airside of the South Terminal. Bureaux de change can be found in all major areas of both terminals.

Services: left luggage counters and post offices can be found in both terminals, while mixed faith prayer rooms are also on hand for those with religious requirements. Other facilities include showers, a children’s play area and a medical centre.

Smoking: the greater part of the airport is designated as non-smoking, with smoking only permitted in specially designated areas. The Departures lounges of both terminals include sections where you can smoke.

Hotels

As the country’s capital, London has an abundance of accommodation covering all varieties. The airport itself is served by one dedicated on-site hotel, while a number of other establishments are within easy driving distance. Free shuttles to and from the airport are invariably provided by these hotels. Hotels within the area which we recommend include:

Hilton London Gatwick Airport (four star)
Connected to the airport directly via a covered walkway, the Hilton is a four-star establishment, perfect for business travellers on account of its business centre and 21 meeting rooms. Bedrooms offer high-speed internet access, a large desk as well as a selection of complimentary leisure and business magazines. Standard facilities include a TV with satellite channels, iron, trouser press and tea and coffee making facilities.
Check in: 12:00. Check out: 12:00 More details and reservation online

Holiday Inn Gatwick Airport (four star)
Located just half a mile from the airport, Holiday Inn Gatwick Airport is a contemporary establishment offering 214 rooms as well as facilities such as a bar and a restaurant, business centre and ample on-site parking. All rooms include en suite bathroom, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and an iron and ironing board.
Check in: 15:00. Check out: 12:00 More details and reservation online

Copthorne London Gatwick (three star)
The Copthorne is a three-star facility offering 227 rooms, all of which feature en suite bathroom, direct dial telephone, modem port, radio, TV with satellite channels, fridge, coffee and tea making facilities, hairdryer and trouser press. Hotel facilities include a bar and restaurant, fitness centre, spa, sauna, Jacuzzi and swimming-pool as well as currency exchange services. A shuttle between the terminals and the hotel is available.
Check in: 14:00. Check out: 12:00 More details and reservation online

Quality Hotel Gatwick (three star)
Just a short drive from the airport and offering 246 rooms, all of which feature a work area, air conditioning, en suite bathroom, hairdryer, colour TV and direct dial telephone with dataport connection as standard. Wifi access is also provided throughout the establishment. The hotel offers a business centre and meeting facilities as well as a bar and restaurant, pool and full-equipped gymnasium.
Check in: 14:00. Check out: 12:00 More details and reservation online

Gatwick Belmont Guest House (three star)
The Gatwick Belmont is a family-run establishment, located just five minutes drive from the airport, with free shuttle transfers available. All of the hotel’s rooms offer en suite bathroom, iron, hairdryer, telephone, tea and coffee making facilities and a dedicated work area with a desk. In the hotel, guests will find meeting and conference facilities, fax and photocopy machines, a restaurant and a lounge.
Check in: 12:00. Check out: 11:00 More details and reservation online

Information

London Gatwick International Airport offers an efficient, highly qualified workforce that is dedicated to assisting its passengers during their time spent in the terminal. Information and security staff as well as porters and police are all on hand to provide their own areas of expertise. The airport’s information desks are located in the Arrivals concourses of both terminals and are manned by friendly, multilingual staff.

Parking

A vast selection of parking options are on hand at London Gatwick Airport and parking packages are as varied as the number of car parks available. Short-term and long-term options are on offer and bookings can be made prior to arrival at the airport, otherwise spaces on arrival are generally available.

Short term: NCP provides short-term parking facilities that are situated just a few minutes walk from each terminal. These car parks are intended for drivers who wish to leave their vehicles for periods of five hours or less and are ideal for dropping off or collecting passengers. Pre-booking of these spaces is not normally necessary.

Long term: the long-stay Parking Express facility serves the South Terminal and is connected to the terminal via a shuttle bus that runs every seven to 10 minutes. This car park is ideal for holidaymakers who wish to leave their vehicles for the length of their vacation. Meanwhile, the long-stay Flightpath facility serves the North Terminal and also offers a shuttle connection and similar services.

Drop off and valet: the long-stay Park Plus package is available at the South Terminal; it is a valet parking service that is available to all paying passengers. Keys can be dropped at the reception and then your car will be taken to a safe facility and returned to a parking bay close by on your return date. The NCP car parks also offer valet parking facilities.

Special needs: spaces for disabled drivers can be found in the multi-storey, short-stay car parks of both terminals. Spaces are strategically placed to minimise difficulties for disabled drivers in accessing the terminal buildings.
Disabled parking is available to holders of blue/orange badges or similar international identification.

Shops & Eating

Restaurants and bars: London Gatwick has no shortage of drinking and dining establishments in both terminals. Popular names such as Caffé Nero, Caffé Uno and Costa Coffee serve up hot beverages and light food, while Frankie and Benny’s, Garfunkel’s and Pizza Express offer something for mealtimes and McDonald’s offers quick bites on the move. Wetherspoons is on hand to provide alcoholic and soft beverages.

Convenience items: Boots and WH Smith offer the best selection of products for passengers looking for last minute purchases either for making their time in the airport more pleasant or for use on their vacation. Rolling Luggage is on hand for a variety of travel products and accessories, while Sunglass Hut is ideal for those after a new pair of shades for their summer trip.

Duty free shopping: World Duty Free provides outlets beyond security in both terminals. A wide variety of goods are on sale including tobacco and alcohol, electronic goods, perfumes and aftershaves, and gifts and confectionery. Goods at tax-free prices are also available at a range of other outlets situated airside of the terminals.

Shops:

North Terminal

Before Security
Accessorize Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Antler Open – 06:00 – 21:00, daily
Body Shop Open – daily
Boots Open – 05:00 – 21:00, daily
Glorious Britain Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Hargreaves Sports Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Impulse Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
La Senza Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Monsoon Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Nine West Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Rolling Luggage Open – 05:00 – 21:00, daily
Sunglass Hut Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Tie Rack Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
WHSmith Open – 05:00 – 00:00, daily
Whistlestop Open – 24 hours, daily
After Security
Accessorize Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Austin Reed Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Beachparty Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Body Shop Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Boots Open – during summer: 04:00 – 22:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Burberry Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Caviar House Open – 06:30 – 21:00, daily
Chocolates Open – 05:00 – 22:00, daily
Clinique Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Dixons Tax Free Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Fat Face Open – 05:00 – 21:00, daily
Glorious Britain Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Goldsmiths Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
HMV Open – 05:00 – 21:00 Mon-Sat, 05:00 – 20:00 Sun
Harrods Open – 05:00 – 21:00, daily
Hugo Boss Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Lacoste Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Next Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Nike Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Pen Shop Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Quicksilver Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Rolling Luggage Open – 06:00 – 22:00, daily
Sunglass Hut Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Swatch Open – 04:00 – 22:00, daily
Tie Rack Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Watch Station Open – 06:00 – 22:00, daily
WHSmith Open – during summer: 05:00 – 23:00, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
World Duty Free Open – 04:00 – 00:00, daily
World of Whiskies Open – during summer: 05:00 – 22:30, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00

South Terminal

Before Security
Accessorize Open – 06:00 – 22:00, daily
Bags etc… Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Body Shop Open – please call:  for details
Boots Open – 06:00 – 22:00, daily
Clinton Cards Open – 06:00 – 22:00, daily
Cotton Traders Open – 06:00 – 22:00, daily
Hargreaves Sports Open – 06:00 – 22:00, daily
Impulse Open – during summer: 05:00 – 22:30, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Monsoon Open – during summer: 05:00 – 22:30, during winter: 05:00 – 21:00
Sunglass Hut Open – 06:00 – 22:00, daily
The Link Open – 06:00 – 22:00, daily
Unique Gifts Open – 06:00 – 22:30, daily
Whistlestop Open – 24 hours, daily
After Security
Accessorize Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Bally Open – 06:00 – 21:00, daily
Beach Party Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Body Shop Open – 05:00 – 21:00, daily
Books etc Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Boots Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Caviar House Open – 06:30 – 21:00, daily
Clarins Studio Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Chocolates Open – 05:00 – 21:00, daily
Dixons Tax Free Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Est Est Est Open – 04:30 – 22:00, daily
Fat Face Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
fcuk Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Goldsmiths Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Harrods Open – 05:00 – 21:00, daily
Hugo Boss Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Kurt Geiger Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
La Senza Open – 06:00 – 22:00, daily
Next Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Nike Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Rolling Luggage Open – 05:00 – 21:00, daily
Sunglass Hut Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Sunglasses – World Duty Free Open – 06:00 – 22:00, daily
Ted Baker Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Tie Rack Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Timberland Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
Virgin Open – Mon-Thu 03:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 03:00 – 22:00
WHSmith Open – 24 hours, daily
Watch Station Open – Mon-Thu 05:00 – 21:00, Fri-Sun 05:00 – 22:00
World Duty Free Open – 24 hours, daily
World of Whiskies Open – 05:00 – 23:00, daily

Special Needs

Facilities for disabled travellers at London Gatwick conform to standards set by the European Union with regards to issues such as access for those with mobility problems, facilities for the hard of hearing and those with visual impairments.

Inconveniences for wheelchair bound passengers are kept to a minimum by the adequate provision of ramps between areas of differing heights and lifts, providing access to different floors. Reserved seating areas, which are clearly marked, are also provided for disabled passengers and are on hand in both terminals.

Passengers with hearing difficulties can make use of the airport’s induction loop systems, which are available in locations clearly marked with the ‘sympathetic ear’ symbol. Public telephones are also fitted with coupling devices to increase the volume for hearing aid users.

Partially-sighted passengers will find all of the airport’s signage printed in black against yellow for maximum contrast. Blind passengers are permitted to bring guide dogs into the terminal buildings and on to flights; however, both the airport and the passengers’ airline should be informed of this prior to arrival.

Stopover Guide

London is England’s capital city and one of Europe’s most popular visitor destinations, offering visitors a combination of traditional and modern attractions and all the amenities expected of a busy, cosmopolitan city. Internationally-known museums and art galleries, fine restaurants and diverse nightlife as well as a whole host of famous landmarks are just a few of the many things that London has to offer.

Attractions:

• Among the city’s newest attractions, the London Eye is a huge Ferris wheel, offering magnificent views across London.
• Home of the royal family, Buckingham Palace, with its daily Changing of the Guard ceremony, is top on many tourists’ itineraries.
• Visit the historic Houses of Parliament, where the governing of England has been conducted for hundreds of years.
• At Madame Tussauds Waxwork Museum, a plethora of realistic wax replicas of famous persons, alive and dead, are on display.
• Previously the scene of important historical events, Trafalgar Square now offers some of London’s most recognisable landmarks.
• The Tate galleries are world-class facilities, offering visitors views of fine, classical and modern art.
• Head for Covent Garden to check out some street entertainers before doing a spot of shopping.
• Westminster Abbey is the official venue for state services such as royal weddings, funerals and coronations.

Eating and shopping: London offers a multitude of places to eat and restaurants are by no means restricted to any one area. Chinatown is a popular place to head if you like Oriental food, while Soho features are good selection of eateries, both foreign and traditional British.

Oxford street is the most significant shopping area in London and is home to all the big high street names, while areas such as Covent Garden and Carnaby street offer more unusual individual retailers.

Day trips and tours: the university cities of Oxford and Cambridge are within easy driving distance of London and offer some magnificent architecture. The latter, which sits on the Thames River, was the chosen educational centre of the likes of Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton, Stephen Hawking and Salman Rushdie. Close to Cambridge is Newmarket, a great place to head to catch a day of horse racing at the town’s nationally-famous racecourse.

Easily reached via Hampton Court Underground Station, Hampton Court is among the area’s most interesting historic buildings. The court features exquisite gardens complete with the famous maze and a magnificent period construction with well-preserved medieval rooms. Meanwhile, another royal residence, Windsor Castle, is among the area’s must-see buildings. Within driving distance of London, other cities and areas of note include Brighton, Norfolk and Tunbridge Wells.

Terminals

Handling over 30 million annual passengers, Gatwick Airport’s two terminals are exceedingly busy facilities, which together with London’s other airports provide an essential gateway into and out of England’s capital city. With a multitude of services and amenities on hand, the terminals are both efficient and well laid out travel centres.

North Terminal: handles a large number of flights operated by British Airways to transatlantic destinations as well as flights handled by Delta Airlines to the US. A small number of European carriers also operate here including Air France and Kibris Turkish.

The North Terminal handles most British Airways flights, Delta Air Lines, some overseas airlines’ services as well as a limited number of charter flights.

South Terminal: the South Terminal handles the bulk of the airport’s traffic, with a large selection of British carriers in operation including Monarch, Thomas Cook and Virgin Atlantic. Flights from this terminal serve national, European and international destinations.

Transport

London Gatwick is well supported by a solid ground transportation infrastructure and passengers arriving at the airport will find a variety of options available for connecting with their onward destination. The London Gatwick Express rail service is the best option for many, providing cheap and speedy transport, while taxis provide a more expensive but comfortable alternative. Shuttles and limousines are also on hand.

Rail and metro: the Gatwick Express train service runs from the airport to London Victoria Station every 15 minutes throughout the day and journeys take an average of 30 minutes. From Victoria Station, regional and national connections are available. Thameslink also provides rail connections from the airport to the city, but these services are slightly slower at about 40 minutes per journey. Additionally, Thameslink services run beyond the city, covering Brighton and Bedford.

Shuttles and buses: shuttles operated by Speedlink provide connections between London Gatwick and London Heathrow airports, while Flightline operates shuttle services to London’s Victoria Station. For significant national destinations, the National Express coach network runs a large number of routes across the country.

Taxi and limo: black cabs are available from ranks situated directly outside of both terminal buildings for journeys to the city and beyond. Expect trips to the city centre to be in excess of 45 minutes, as traffic is invariably busy. Limousine services are available from Gatwick Airport Cars.

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