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  Gatwick Airport Guide
We're not the 'official' gatwick airport website (which is at www.baa.com), we're an in depth guide to to gatwick airport, where everything you need to know is no more than 2 clicks away from this page, including Gatwick Hotels and Gatwick Parking pages.
Although gatwick airport was used as by a flying club, as a flying school and as an occasional airport since the 1930's, gatwick airport as we know it today, 'the new London Airport', was only opened on the 9th June 1958.
Gatwick airport north and south terminal buildings are connected by a monorail (the gatwick transit).
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 Gatwick Airport London,London Gatwick Airport(LGW)
Although Gatwick has always been playing second fiddle to Heathrow in terms of magnitude of operations, in one particular count, Gatwick has scored a perfect 10 and that is being the busiest single runway airport in the world.
As per statistical analysis of traffic, Gatwick is all set to handle the magical 40 million passenger mark annually by 2010 and with this in mind, further expansion projects have been planned by the British Airport Authority or BAA.
Gatwick has two exclusive terminals - Northern terminal and Southern Terminal from where both European and long-haul flights operate round the clock and needless to say, all modern business and family amenities are available at Gatwick.
www.6london.com /airports-in-london/gatwick-airport.html   (477 words)

  
  London Gatwick Airport - Medbib.com, the modern encyclopedia
Gatwick Airport was requisitioned by the Royal Air Force in September 1939 and used for aircraft maintenance.
The new Gatwick was the world's first airport with a direct railway connection, and was one of the first to use a fully enclosed pier-based terminal design which allowed passengers to walk under cover to waiting areas very close to their aircraft with only minimal walking distance outdoors.
The airport is near Junction 9 of the M23, and is on the A23 and at the southern end of the A217.
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  London Gatwick Airport
Gatwick Airport (IATA code: LGW) is London's second airport, and the second largest airport in the UK.
The airport has two terminals, North and South, which are connected by an automatic monorail.
Recent proposals to build a second runway at Gatwick have led to strenuous protests because of the increased noise and pollution that this would entail, not to mention the demolition of dozens of houses.
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 London Gatwick Airport - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The airport is a secondary hub for British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
Stansted airport was favoured as London's second airport and Gatwick's future was in doubt.
The new Gatwick was the world's first airport with a direct railway connection, and was one of the first to use a fully enclosed pier-based terminal design which allowed passengers to walk under cover to waiting areas very close to their aircraft with only minimal walking distance outdoors.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/London_Gatwick_Airport   (2244 words)

  
 LondonTown.com | Getting from the Airports - Gatwick Airport, London, London Gatwick Airport London Airport
Trains from Gatwick Airport to London Victoria start at 04:35 and 05:20 and then run every 15 minutes from 05:50 to 00:35 with the last trains leaving at 00:50 and 01:35.
Trains from London Victoria to Gatwick Airport start at 03:30 and 04:30 and then run every 15 minutes from 05:00 to 23:45, with the last trains leaving at 00:01 and 00:30.
Gatwick Airport is 28 miles (45 kms) south of London.
www.londontown.com /London/Gatwick_Airport   (576 words)

  
 London Gatwick Airport
Gatwick is the second airport for London and amongst the other UK Airports, although expansion plans for London Stansted may make Gatwick airport slip into third place.
Although Gatwick is easy to access from Central and Eastern parts of London via Thameslink, if you live in the Docklands or the City, remember that with BA starting flights this year, London City Airport may be a more convenient option.
Gatwick is extremely well served by rail, with the Gatwick Express taking just 30 minutes from London Victoria, and with other connections through the City of London to Luton and Bedford with Thameslink.
www.airport-maps.co.uk /London/Gatwick   (782 words)

  
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Hilton London Gatwick Airport is located in the heart of the south east countryside, adjoining the south terminal of the airport.
The modern building offers a unique covered walkway to the Airport complex where a monorail to the north terminal takes just 2 minutes and London is just 30 minutes away by train.
The Gatwick Belmont guest house is an 18 room bed and breakfast accommodation with a bar and non-smoking restaurant offering a hotel service at budget prices.
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 British Airport Cars - London Gatwick Airport Transfers Airport Taxis Car service and Ground Transportation
London Gatwick Airport is located directly south of London and the journey into London during the weekdays is often difficult due to traffic on the shortest route.
London Gatwick airport is situated in the county of surrey.
London Gatwick North terminal is home to British airways, a few other airlines and some charter flights.
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 London Gatwick Airport Parking
However, the majority of Gatwick airport parking is in the sprawling surface car park which spreads out behind the Gatwick airport station, and which is reputedly the largest car park in Europe.
Although there are trains running throughout the night between Gatwick and Victoria, it is not so easy to get to and from Gatwick airport by train from other parts of the UK early in the morning or late at night.
Road access to Gatwick airport is generally much easier than it is to other London airports, with a direct spur from the M23 providing a smooth link to the north and south terminals.
www.flightmapping.com /UK/London/Gatwick/airport-car-parking.html   (342 words)

  
 Gatwick Airport Guide - London Gatwick Airport, UK
Gatwick Airport Guide has been developed to provide a handy reference for those travelling to, from or through Gatwick Airport, as well as those looking for historical information and news.
Public transportation to and from the airport is reliable and frequent with a choice of trains, coaches, Gatwick express, taxis and car hire.
London Gatwick Airport handles roughly 32 million passengers a year and demand is growing.
www.gatwick-airport-guide.co.uk   (221 words)

  
 Taxi Service - Car Service - Airport Taxi
Whether you need a cheap Gatwick airport taxi or luxury minivan, van, 8 passenger van, sedan services Heathrow to Gatwick or to and from Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airport or luxury cruise trips to and from Dover port, Harwich Port and Southampton Pier, we will ensure you have a pleasant and relaxing journeys.
London airport transfer also provide a reliable Airport transfer service which specialise in airport taxi transfer to and from all London airports.
We are fully licensed London airport transfer company in London serving all London area and London airports including taxi primrose hill, taxi nw3, taxi nw1, taxi st johns wood, taxi w1 and Heathrow airport, Gatwick airport, Stansted airport and Luton airport.
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 Gatwick Airport, London, England   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Be sure to check which of these airports your flight leaves from or arrives at, and in the case of Heathrow or Gatwick, which terminal (Terminal 1, 2, 3 or 4 at Heathrow; North or South Terminal at Gatwick).
The Gatwick Express (external link verified May-04) mainline railway service connects the airport with Victoria mainline railway station in London which is on the London Underground system.
If you are travelling to or from other parts of the UK by rail, remember that London has a separate mainline railway terminus for trains from each region and that separate railway companies now operate train services in different areas of the country.
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 Passenger Opinions about London Gatwick Airport
Airport was a zoo early in the morning.
Gatwick comes under some stress in the summer and I thought the yellow topped "I am here to help" elves were a good idea.
London Gatwick is served by a choice of railway services to many cities.
www.airlinequality.com /Airports/Airport_forum/lgw.htm   (5958 words)

  
 London Gatwick airport parking—Purple Parking
An airport terminal was officially opened in 1936; called The Beehive, it was the world's first circular terminal and included a 130-yard long subway to the train station to keep passengers undercover.
Her Majesty The Queen officially opened Gatwick Airport on 9 June 1958, less than three years later and at a cost of £7.8 million.
Gatwick Airport also houses the BAA Conference and Business Centre at the South Terminal which provides conference and meeting facilities, videoconferencing, board rooms, training rooms and internet access.
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 Gatwick Hotels Airport London accommodations.
Gatwick is the busiest single runway airport in the world, the second largest airport in the UK and the sixth busiest international airport in the world.
Gatwick airport is less than 1 km mile away with a hotel shuttle bus service 24 hours a day that runs from the hotel to the airport and also from both the North and South terminal.
Gatwick Airport is only 30 minutes from the hotel, which can also be arranged through the Concierge Desk, so whether staying for business or pleasure, Ashdown Park Hotel and Country Club is the complete venue in the south-east of England.
www.gatwick-airport-hotels.co.uk   (1601 words)

  
 Car Hire London Gatwick Airport UK - 1car1
Gatwick airport is well linked to the central London by various public transports; include train, buses and coaches.
Gatwick Express supply a high-speed connection between the city centre of London and Gatwick airport, with a trip time of only 30 to 35 minutes.
Gatwick airport is 28 miles south of London, direct connected to the M23 at Junction 9.
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 Park Sleep Fly in London, England at London-Gatwick International Airport (LGW)
Gatwick is between Horley in Surrey and Crawley in West Sussex, 40 km (25 miles) south of London.
Dozens of airlines serve Gatwick, and it is a secondary hub for British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
All of our hotels are either on the airport property or a few miles from the airport, and provide complimentary shuttle bus service to and from the airport for hotel guests.
www.bootsnall.com /park-sleep-fly/london-gatwick-international.html   (394 words)

  
 London Gatwick Airport (LGW) - Airports Shopping at dooyoo.co.uk
Gatwick Airport (IATA: LGW, ICAO: EGKK) is London's second largest airport and the second busiest airport in the UK after Heathrow.
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 Gatwick Airport Consultative Committee - Home Page
GATWICK is the second largest UK airport currently handling around 33 million passengers per annum.
An airport development strategy is now in place which has set the framework for its future growth to accommodate around 40 million passengers per annum by 2008/09.
Also, the traveller's experience of the airport, as well as the needs of the airlines, are very important elements in the consideration of the airport's future.
www.ukaccs.info /gatwick   (481 words)

  
 London Gatwick Airport - Gatwick Airport transfers made easy with our handy guide - Visit London
London Gatwick (LGW) is the second largest airport in the UK after Heathrow Airport.
There is a good range of three- and four-star hotels in the Gatwick area, including the Britannia Europa, the Holiday Inn Gatwick Crawley, the Ramada Plaza, and the Thistle London Gatwick.
The Gatwick Express rail service has a range of features to make travelling easy for everyone, including dedicated areas for passengers with wheelchairs.
www.visitlondon.com /travel/airports/gatwick.html   (845 words)

  
 Hotels near London Gatwick Airport
Gatwick Airport Central Premier Travel Inn is the closest value for money hotel to the airport terminals.
Attached to London Gatwick Airport's North Terminal by a short, covered walkway, the Sofitel Gatwick is ideally located The hotel boasts excellent facilities to help you relax, including three restaurants....
Just a 15 minute ride to Gatwick airport, and close to Crawley town centre, we offer a value for money break or stopover The hotel is within walking distance of all the main attractions in Crawley and is a 5 minute walk to the station....
www.activereservations.com /hotel/attr/en/3729?subid=PPCGO8a3729en   (447 words)

  
 Planning Tools : Britrail, The Most Celebrated Way To Travel Britain
London Gatwick Airport is located 27 miles south of London and has its own railway station making the train the best way to get from Gatwick to your final destination!
The airport operates a regular shuttle bus service to Liverpool St Station in Central London from where Underground connections are available.
In London, you are strongly advised to use only the famous "London taxis" and to avoid unmarked and unlicensed "minicabs".
www.britrail.com /index_planningtools_airportandseaconnections.cfm   (1502 words)

  
 Gatwick Airport London
Gatwich Airport has 2 terminals according to where and with whom you are traveling with.
London Gatwick is 28 miles (45kms) south of London, directly linked to the M23 motorway at junction 9 and to the A23 London-Brighton road.
Gatwick Express is a non-stop service to Victoria Station, London which takes around 30 minutes.
www.londonvisions.com /main_gatwickairport.htm   (183 words)

  
 LGW Gatwick . London Airport
The Holiday Inn Gatwick Airport is a contemporary and modern styled 4 star hotel which combines an excellent range of facilities and services for both the business and leisure travellers, including...
Attached to London Gatwick Airport's North Terminal by a short, covered walkway, the Sofitel Gatwick is ideally located The hotel boasts excellent facilities to help you relax, including three...
Gatwick Airport Central Premier Travel Inn is the closest value for money hotel to the airport terminals.
www.booking.com /airport/gb/LGW.en.html   (338 words)

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