Traveler’s Guide to London Gatwick Airport
Situated at 3.1 miles, north of the centre of Crawley, West Sussex, London Gatwick Airport (LGW) is London's second largest international airport. Known as a hub for British Airways, it comprises of world's busiest single use runway that has 53 aircraft movements per hour in late 2012 and has maximum of 55 movements per hour. London Gatwick Airport is home to two terminals North and South, covering the area of 98,000 m2 (1,050,000 sq ft) and 160,000 m2 (1,700,000 sq ft) respectively. Numerous airlines fly to and from this airport, the major ones are Adria Airways, Air Europa, Air Malta, British Airways, Emirates, Korean Air, Lufthansa, Royal Air Maroc, Turkish Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, Atlantic Airways and more. It connects the passengers to destinations comprises of Athens, Tripoli, Riga, Malta, Colombo, Rome, Mauritius, Dubai, Verona, Rhodes, Lisbon, Porto, Barcelona, St. Lucia and many others.
London Gatwick Airport Transfers
There are plenty of ways to move to and from the London Gatwick Airport, select the mode according to your needs.
M23 is a popular motorway that connects airport to Greater London and South East.
London Gatwick Airport Amenities
London Gatwick Airport is home to wide range of shops, cafes and restaurants to fulfill your shopping and dining needs.
Dune, Hugo Boss, Kurt Geinger are the major fashion brand situated in here. Check important business mails or go for video conferencing through Skype with the free Wi-Fi facility.
Relish the world delicacies at Caviar House & Prunier or at Marks & Spencer Simply Food.
London Gatwick Airport Parking
London Gatwick Airport has ample amount of parking space perfect to fulfill all your parking needs. Short term and long term, both facilities are available here.