Gatwick Airport is an international airport in West Sussex, about 30 miles (48 km) south of central London. It is the second-busiest airport in the UK, after Heathrow, and is owned by Global Infrastructure Partners.
The airport was initially opened in 1930 as a private airfield and was used for military purposes during World War II. It became a commercial airport in the 1950s and has since become a major international hub, serving more than 46 million passengers annually.
Gatwick Airport has two passenger terminals, North and South, connected by a shuttle train. The terminals offer a range of facilities for passengers, including shops, restaurants, bars, and lounges. There are also facilities for business travelers, such as meeting rooms and executive lounges.
1) Gatwick Express (train)
Gatwick Express is an express train leaving from the airport every 15 minutes. The travel time is estimated to 30 minutes, and after 30 minutes, you will arrive to London Victoria. There are also other trains available from Gatwick to London. These are cheaper, and you can find information and order tickets online using the link below this text.
2) National Express (bus)
The cheapest option of transportation from Gatwick to London is the easyBus. If you book early, you can get prices down to £4. These buses depart from the airport every 15 minutes. The buses stop at Earls Court/West Brompton in central London,
3) Private taxi
You can arrange for a private taxi to pick you up at the airport and drive you directly to your hotel or conference location in London. It is quite expensive, but it is very efficient and gives you a fantastic start on your trip to London. You can book a private transfer using the form below.