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London Gatwick Airport (LGW)

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Gatwick Airport, also known as London Gatwick, is the UK’s second largest airport and the most efficient single-runway airport in the world. It offers flights to more than 228 destinations and handles 45 million passengers every year.
Did you know?
The airport was built on the site of Gatwick manor house which was in use until the 19th century and was owned by the De Gatwick family. The name Gatwick is comprised of the Old English words “Gat” (or “goat”) and “wik” (“farm”), so it essentially translates to “goat farm”

Getting to and from Gatwick Airport

How to get to the airport by car, coach, taxi or train
By Car or Taxi
Gatwick Airport, which is located 28 miles south of London, joins the M23 at Junction 9 and the A23 London-Brighton road.
By Bus
The airport terminals are directly linked to 100+ towns and cities by coach and bus. Many of these services operate 24/7.
By Train
London Gatwick is the best rail connected airport in Britain, linking travellers to over 125 train stations directly.

Gatwick Airport Parking

Gatwick Airport's North and South Terminals both have official short stay car parks situated within walking distance of their entrances, and their long stay options are a short drive away via the free shuttle buses. All car parks are fully secure and are regularly patrolled, with the long stay options being perimeter fenced for added protection.

Gatwick Airport Facilities

Baggage Enquiries
Internet Access
Airport Lounge
Prayer Room
VAT Refunds
Baggage Wrapping And Weighting
Cash Machines
Currency Exchange
Family Facilities
Information Desk
Left Luggage
Smoking Area
Meeting Rooms

Top Destinations from Gatwick Airport

Some of the most popular destinations flying from Gatwick Airport