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During that time the famous Grand National was run there 3 times in the early 20th century. In fact the aerodrome shared many of the buildings at the racecourse for some years. By commercial flights were taking off from here, to Belfast and Paris. A railway station opened on the London to Brighton line and the number of commercial flights increased dramatically.

So much so the airport was shut briefly to expand and was once the most modern airport in the country. The race course was bought and demolished completely, building a much larger single runway, perfect for commercial use.

A second terminal was built to accommodate the increase in flights and with the boom in the 70s and 80s of affordable package holidays Gatwick became the airport of choice for many low cost carriers.

Gatwick has 2 terminals called North and South. The North has a train station with trains direct in to London. The South is linked by a mono-rail shuttle service that takes a couple of minutes to travel between the two. In recent years the number of VIP lounges and pay-to-enter lounges has increased dramatically. The airport has expanded to accommodate more shopping, more places to eat and even more experiences too. In recent years the car parking options have expanded immensely with valet services and a number of hotels popping up in nearby villages and towns, all claiming to be the best parking option.

Personally when I drive to Gatwick I prefer to use the car parks that are closest to the terminal. Check out this video for more info on parking at Gatwick. Gatwick used to be the number 1 airport in the UK for flights to the United States.

You can find a full list of destinations and airlines here. About us Advertising Contact us. Why does Gatwick Airport exist? What facilities are there at Gatwick? Who flies in and out of Gatwick Airport? Gatwick is the busiest single-runway airport in the world, although it has two runways, it can only operate one at a time In a whopping 35,, travelled through Gatwick!

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A railway station opened on the London to Brighton line and the number of commercial flights increased dramatically. So much so the airport was shut briefly to expand and was once the most modern airport in the country. The race course was bought and demolished completely, building a much larger single runway, perfect for commercial use. A second terminal was built to accommodate the increase in flights and with the boom in the 70s and 80s of affordable package holidays Gatwick became the airport of choice for many low cost carriers.

Gatwick has 2 terminals called North and South. The North has a train station with trains direct in to London. The South is linked by a mono-rail shuttle service that takes a couple of minutes to travel between the two.

In recent years the number of VIP lounges and pay-to-enter lounges has increased dramatically. The airport has expanded to accommodate more shopping, more places to eat and even more experiences too. In recent years the car parking options have expanded immensely with valet services and a number of hotels popping up in nearby villages and towns, all claiming to be the best parking option.

Personally when I drive to Gatwick I prefer to use the car parks that are closest to the terminal. Check out this video for more info on parking at Gatwick.

The airport buildings were designed by Yorke Rosenberg Mardall between and In the s, British United Airways BUA and Dan-Air were two of the largest British independent [nb 2] airlines at Gatwick, with the former establishing itself as the dominant scheduled operator at the airport as well as providing a significant number of the airport's non-scheduled services and the latter becoming its leading provider of inclusive tour charter services. Following the takeover of BUA by Caledonian Airways at the beginning of the following decade, the resulting airline, British Caledonian BCal , became Gatwick's dominant scheduled airline during the s.

While continuing to dominate scheduled operations at Gatwick for most of the s, BCal was also one of the airport's major charter airlines until the end of the s together with Dan-Air, Laker Airways and British Airtours. Following the demise of Air Europe and Dan-Air both of which had continued to provide a significant number of charter flights in addition to a growing number of scheduled short-haul flights at Gatwick in the early s, BA began building up Gatwick into a secondary hub complementing its main hub at Heathrow.

These moves resulted in BA becoming Gatwick's dominant airline by the turn of the millennium. The sale was completed on 3 December. The sales were part of GIP's strategy to syndicate the equity portion of the original acquisition by issuing bonds to refinance bank debt.

Although this entails bringing additional investors into the airport, GIP aims to retain management control.

On 25 January , this lounge relocated to the North Terminal together with the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse as part of the airline moves that saw British Airways and Virgin Atlantic exchange their previous terminal locations and EasyJet consolidated in the North Terminal. On 9 April , an independent pay-for-access lounge, No. Gatwick has a conference and business centre, and several on- and off-site hotels ranging in class from executive to economy.

The airport has Anglican , Catholic and Free Church chaplains, and there are multi-faith prayer and counselling rooms in each terminal. A daily service is led by one of the chaplains. The company had a year lease on the building, scheduled to expire in June Scanning these transfers information on the construction to the user's smartphone. In summer , Gatwick introduced Gatwick Connect, a free flight connection service to assist passengers changing flights at Gatwick whose airlines do not provide a full flight connection service.

At a Gatwick Connect desk in the baggage reclaim hall in each terminal, passengers can confirm their details or leave their bags for onward flights if already checked in online. As of mid-September , the service is branded "GatwickConnects". On 15 September , the airport launched a service enabling passengers to book connecting flights involving a change of aircraft at Gatwick, where airlines do not provide a full flight connection service, in a single transaction at a lower cost compared with the total cost when each flight is booked separately.

It includes a guarantee to safeguard connections and make alternative arrangements for passengers who miss their connection in the event of their flight being delayed or cancelled. Gatwick claims this to be a world-first. This service is marketed under the "GatwickConnects" brand and is bookable through Dohop , Kayak , Momondo and Skyscanner. On 13 September , EasyJet launched "Worldwide by EasyJet", a flight connection service bookable on the airline's website to assist passengers transferring at Gatwick from one EasyJet flight to another, as well as passengers transferring at the airport between separate EasyJet, Norwegian Air Shuttle and WestJet flights.

This service uses a new Easyjet technology platform, requires a minimum connecting time of two hours and 30 minutes and utilises the airport's existing "GatwickConnects" free flight connection service to transfer passengers' baggage between flights. Where connections are missed, it also includes a guarantee to rebook passengers on the next available flight. During normal operations the northern runway is used as a taxiway, [48] [49] consistent with its original construction although it was gradually widened.

New technology could also be used to increase capacity on the main runway, and in the longer term the airport remains interested in constructing a new runway to the south.

The northern runway does not have an ILS; when it is in use, arriving aircraft use a combination of distance measuring equipment and assistance from the approach controller using surveillance radar or where equipped, and subject to operator approval an RNAV GNSS approach also available for the main runway. The airport is policed by the Gatwick District of Sussex Police. The district is responsible for the entire airport including aircraft and, in certain circumstances, aircraft in flight.

The officers attached to this district include armed and unarmed officers, and community support officers for minor offences.

The airport district counters man-portable surface-to-air missiles MANPADS by patrolling in and around the airport, and a separate sub-unit has vehicle checks around the airport.

Access to airside portions of the airport is controlled and maintained by the airport's team of security officers, regulated by the Department for Transport.

Brook House, an immigration-removal centre of Immigration Enforcement , was opened near the airport on 18 March by the then Home Secretary Jacqui Smith. Gatwick is unique amongst London's airports in its representation of the three main airline business models: By late , EasyJet flew over routes from Gatwick with a fleet of more than 60 aircraft. According to data from Airport Coordination Limited, these three airlines respectively accounted for According to this data, by April Norwegian had overtaken Virgin Atlantic as Gatwick's number one transatlantic airline by seat capacity, and BA's competitive response to Norwegian's growing commercial threat to its transatlantic business would result in Virgin's relegation to third position among the airport's transatlantic airlines during the summer timetable period.

EasyJet's share increased from Continental Airlines was the second transatlantic carrier after American Airlines [85] to leave Gatwick after its decision to transfer the seasonal Cleveland service to Heathrow on 3 May This is part of the airport's strategy to attract higher-spending business travellers countering its dependence on European low-cost and charter markets , increasing year-round capacity utilisation by smoothing peaks and troughs in traffic.

Gatwick's success in persuading these airlines to launch or re-launch routes to overseas destinations important for business and leisure travel was aided by a lack of comparable slots at Heathrow. Gatwick's original terminal, the Beehive, is included within the City Place Gatwick office complex together with 1, 2 and 3 City Place.

Situated to the north-west of the airfield near the village of Charlwood , there is a museum including original items and photographs from Gatwick's history, as well as a variety of military aircraft. It is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday all year round. The airport has two terminals, South and North. Both have shops and restaurants landside and airside, and all areas are accessible to disabled passengers. There are facilities for baby changing and feeding. Business travellers have specialised lounges.

The North and South Terminals are connected by a 0. They are not connected once past security. The official opening of the central and main pier of what is now the South Terminal, with 11 aircraft stands, was on 9 June Gatwick was one of the world's first airports with an enclosed pier -based terminal, which allowed passengers to walk under cover to waiting areas near the aircraft with only a short walk outdoors.

As passenger numbers grew, a circular satellite pier was added to the terminal building. It was connected to the main terminal by the UK's first automated people mover system.

Construction began on the North Terminal on land previously earmarked for a second runway in the draft plan of May The pier is linked to the North Terminal's main building by the largest air passenger bridge in the world, spanning a taxiway and providing passengers with views of the airport and taxiing aircraft. As part of a seven-year strategic commercial partnership between Gatwick and EasyJet , the airport proposed a number of changes to individual airlines' terminal locations.

Gatwick believes that these terminal moves improve the airport's operational efficiency and resilience, as the use of different terminals by EasyJet and British Airways reduces pressure on the North Terminal's check-in, security, boarding and ramp areas at peak times. In addition, a terminal swap by Virgin frees up lounge and gate space for BA long-haul passengers in the South Terminal and, unlike BA's current short-haul schedules, Virgin's long-haul schedules do not clash with EasyJet's busy schedule in the North Terminal due to the airlines' differing peak times.

It was confirmed in January that British Airways would move all its flights to the South Terminal in November while all EasyJet flights will be consolidated in the North Terminal at the same time.

The following airlines operate regular scheduled and charter flights to and from Gatwick Airport: Gatwick is the world's leading low-cost airport [] and until March had the world's busiest single-use runway, [nb 9] with a maximum of 55 aircraft movements per hour. Gatwick handled , passengers during its first seven months of operation after the —58 reconstruction; the annual number of passengers passing through the airport was , in and , in North Atlantic , other long-haul, [nb 18] UK, [nb 19] Irish , European scheduled and European charter [nb 20] passenger traffic recorded increases over the previous year of Air transport movements increased by 2.

Cargo volume increased by Compared with a year earlier, September passenger numbers increased by 0. The following changes were recorded amongst individual passenger traffic categories: Key to the overall traffic growth was a This in turn drove the increase in cargo traffic.

The airport is accessible from a motorway spur road at junction 9A of the M23 , which links to the main M23 motorway 1 mile 1. Gatwick is also accessible from the A23 , which serves Horley and Redhill to the north and Crawley and Brighton to the south. The A provides access northwards to the town of Reigate. The airport has long- and short-stay car parks at the airport and off-site, although these are often full in summer.

Local restrictions limit parking at and near Gatwick. Although the Gatwick Express to Victoria operated by Southern is the best-known service from the station, other companies including Thameslink and Great Western Railway also use the station and Southern services Victoria and London Bridge under its own name.

London Oyster Cards and contactless cards have been accepted on all rail routes from Gatwick Airport into London [] since January National Express Coaches operates coaches to Heathrow Airport , Stansted Airport and cities and towns throughout the region and country.

Services are offered by Metrobus and Fastway , a partly guided bus rapid transit system which was the first of its kind to be built outside a major city. Route 21 of the National Cycle Network passes under South Terminal, allowing virtually traffic-free cycling northwards to Horley and southwards to Three Bridges and Crawley.

A goods-style lift runs between the terminal and ground level labelled "Lift to Cycle Route" , near Zone L. The airport's North and South Terminals are connected by a 0.

The transit shuttle normally consists of two automatic, three-car, driver-less trains. Although colloquially known as a " monorail ", [] the shuttle runs on a dual, concrete track with rubber tyres and is not technically a monorail. The transit is ground-side, and besides linking the two terminals also serves to link the North terminal to the airport railway station.

The shuttle opened in , along with the North Terminal, and initially used Adtranz C people-mover cars which remained in operation until September , by which time they had travelled a total of 2. Gatwick began upgrading its shuttle service in April , with a bus replacement service in place from September The system re-opened on 1 July , two months ahead of schedule; [] [] it featured live journey information and sensory technology to count the number of passengers at stations.

An earlier transit system, that opened in to link the main terminal now the South Terminal to the then new circular satellite pier, was the UK's first automated people-moving system. This system has since been replaced by a walkway-and- moving walkway link, although the remains of the elevated guideway are still visible.

Gatwick has been included in a number of reviews of airport capacity in southeastern England. Expansion options have included a third terminal and a second runway, although a year agreement not to build a second runway was made in with West Sussex County Council. This would complement or replace the South Terminal, depending on expected future traffic. Airport management's proposal for a second runway south of the existing runway and airport boundary were unveiled in July This was shortlisted for further consideration by the Airports Commission in December , and the commission's final report was published in July In late , the Department for Transport DfT also began a feasibility study for a high-speed rail link between Gatwick and Heathrow as part of a plan combining the airports into a "collective" or "virtual hub", Heathwick.

The proposal is part of a scheme to link the High Speed 1 and High Speed 2 railway lines and connect regional cities in Britain to the Channel Tunnel. On 1 July , the Airports Commission submitted their final report, recommending the expansion of Heathrow Airport as opposed to Gatwick.

Whilst the commission recognised Gatwick's benefits and relatively less environmental consequences than Heathrow, they felt the economic benefits of Gatwick vs. Heathrow were not as great, nor as broad-ranging. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from London Gatwick International Airport. For the neighbourhood in Surrey, see Gatwick, Surrey.

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