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Getting to and from the airport is something we all have to consider at some point! Do we get friends or family to take us, get the train or coach or even drive ourselves. All of these are options but do not forget that you have taxi service companies local to you who provide an airport taxi service and will collect you from your address and drive you, your family and all your luggage to and from the airport, anytime of the day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Their company, drivers and vehicles will be licensed with their local authority, this ensure that you are engaging with a fully compliant service.
For a set fare you can hire the services of a registered airport transfer partner to take the hassle of getting to and from the airport. At Jumpyn we crunch the prices from over 600 registered UK based taxi partners to get you the best price for your journey in seconds. Enter your pick up and drop off locations, date and time, choose vehicle type, add a return journey if needed and any additional requirements for your journey.
Now that the prices are in, take the time to browse the profiles and reviews on the selected airport transfer partners on show. Once you have chosen your travel partner we will need you to register with some basic information so we can deliver booking confirmations to you and your airport taxi partner.
London Gatwick (LGW) is the most efficient single-runway airport in the world, serving 200 destinations in 90 countries for 35 million customers a year.
Gatwick Airport's North Terminal has a comprehensive selection of shops, restaurants, cafes, bureaux de change, help desks and left-luggage facilities. It also has a free children's entertainment zone, cash machines, internet kiosks and mobile phone charging facilities.
Gatwick Airport's South Terminal also has a wide range of shops, restaurants, cafes, bureaux de change, help desks, cash machines and left-luggage facilities.
If you want to get an idea of the airport's layout before you arrive, take a look at this useful Gatwick Airport map.
For Gatwick flight departures, check-in desks can be found on the third floor of both the North and South Terminals. All passengers must clear security control before entering the departure lounge where you'll find shops, bars, cafes and currency exchange. Boarding begins 45 minutes before take-off.
For Gatwick flight arrivals, you'll first pass through passport control after leaving the aircraft. Then follow the signs for Baggage Reclaim to pick up your luggage, before going through Customs. In the arrivals hall, you'll find shops, bars, restaurants and currency exchange.
If you are going to be in London for more than a day, it's worth booking a Visitor Oyster card in advance. The Visitor Oyster card is delivered to your home before you arrive in London. It is one of the easiest ways to get around London.
If you do not have a Visitor Oyster card, but still plan to travel around London for more than a day, buy an Oyster card at the concierge outlets in Gatwick North Terminal or Gatwick South Terminal. You must exit through Customs first. You can also buy an Oyster Card at the Skybreak Service Centre in both terminals and at the Gatwick Airport train station.
Travelling from Gatwick Airport to London by train
There are many different trains to London from Gatwick airport:
National Express runs frequent services between Gatwick and Victoria Coach Station. Coaches run approximately every 30 minutes. The journey time varies according to route: most are about one hour and 20 minutes. Some services stop at Hooley, Wallington, Mitcham Junction, Mitcham London Road, Streatham, Stockwell and Pimlico.
easyBus also offers a high-frequency, low-cost express bus service between Gatwick Airport and Earl's Court/West Brompton. The easyBus service runs throughout the day and night, direct with no stops. The journey takes just over one hour.
There are usually taxis queuing for customers at London's airports. Only use a black cab or reputable minicab and never use unauthorised drivers. The official Gatwick taxi concession is Airport Cars Gatwick. You can ask the driver for an estimate of how much your journey will cost beforehand. Find out more from the TfL taxi fares page. If you'd prefer to drive along the roads of Central London yourself, then you can hire a car at the airport. You can also find out where to park your car in London on the NCP website.
The Gatwick Express rail service has a range of features to make travelling easy for everyone, including dedicated areas for passengers with wheelchairs. For information visit the Gatwick Express website.
There are a wide range of parking options to suit all budgets at Gatwick Airport. Choose from on-airport parking that's within a five-minute walk or bus ride from the terminal; or meet and greet services, where a driver will meet you near the terminal and will park your car near Gatwick Airport. If you're on a budget, off-airport Gatwick parking is the cheapest option. After parking your car in one of the car parks surrounding the airport, regular shuttle bus services will take you straight to the terminal from long-stay car parks in around 15 minutes.
There are an excellent range of hotels in the Gatwick area. Many provide a courtesy coach service from Gatwick rail station, which is directly linked to Gatwick's South Terminal. You can also choose to stay at a hotel in Croydon, which is located a 15-minute train journey away from Gatwick Airport. See our Where to Stay section to find and book a hotel near Gatwick Airport.
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