All about London Gatwick Airport

All about London Gatwick Airport

General Information

Gatwick Airport (IATA airport Code: LGW ) is London's and the United Kingdom's second busiest international airport. Located 5 km north of Crawley, West Sussex, and 47.5 km south of London city centre, Gatwick Airport is one of the airports with the most point-to-point flights in Europe. In addition to British Airways, it is an airport where EasyJet, Monarch Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Virgin Atlantic fly frequently. It served 38.1 million passengers in 2014.

The airport, which has two terminals called North and South, is designed to meet all the needs of waiting passengers. Many different facilities are offered, such as waiting rooms, duty-free shops, places of worship, baby care rooms, free Wi-Fi, meeting rooms, and special areas for families.


After your flight to London, you can try the metro ride, which takes about 30 minutes, to get from Gatwick Airport to the city center. Let us underline that you need to get off at the Victoria stop.

EasyBus bus services are another public transportation option. Travel time may be given as 70 minutes depending on traffic.

You can easily reach your destination by getting off at the Victoria stop with the Southern Railway, which departs every hour.


Gatwick Airport North Terminal

Gatwick Airport South Terminal

Passenger Destinations

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