How to Get To Gatwick Airport?

Gatwick Airport is located in West Sussex and is 29.5 miles south of Central London. You can reach Gatwick airport by buses, trains, underground, coaches and also by Gatwick airport taxis. Here is some information on how to reach London Gatwick.

From Central London to Gatwick:

There is a direct coach service from London Victoria to Gatwick airport with a journey time of around 2 hours. From Earls Court or West Brompton you can travel via easyBus service to reach any of the two terminals at Gatwick in around 1 hour. There are some restrictions and regulations for carrying luggage in coaches, so it’s best to look into this before you book. You can also travel by taxi from anywhere in and around London and from other major airports to reach London Gatwick comfortably and peacefully.

From Other Airports to Gatwick:

There is no direct rail service between Heathrow and Stansted to London Gatwick. You need to interchange between stations to reach Gatwick. Taxis are the only option to have an easy direct journey to Gatwick airport from London Heathrow and Stansted airport. You can simply pre book a taxi online from anywhere for a timely reach to the airport. There is a direct coach service from Heathrow to Gatwick. And from Luton airport, a direct train runs to Gatwick with the journey time of around 75 minutes.

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