Gatwick airport (LGW) is London’s second airport, in both size and passengers (the first one is Heathrow), and is one of the top ten in the world in international passengers per year. If you are one of those passengers that are planning to catch a flight from Gatwick airport to Malaga, perhaps you’ll find the following guide quite useful.
For those who feel curious about the origin of the airport and its name, we can say that the name of Gatwick comes from some lands that are occupied by the current airport and where the Gatwick feud was located in 1241.
There are plans for the construction of a second runway at Gatwick airport.
Gatwick offers a great number of international flights and airlines, amongst its most popular flights enlisted here below:
Malaga airport, Spain 2h 46m easyJet, British Airways, Monarch
Edinburgh 1h 25m easyJet, British Airways
Glasgow 1h 27m British Airways, easyJet
Belfast 1h 30m FlyBE, Aer Lingus
Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1h 15m easyJet, British Airways
Barcelona, Spain 2h 10m easyJet, Monarch
Almería, Spain 2h 45m easyJet
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 6h 45m Emirates
Dublin, Ireland 1h 20m Aer Lingus, Ryanair
Las Vegas, USA 10h 40m Virgin Atlantic, British Airways
Rome, Italy 2h 25m easyJet, British Airways
Valencia, Spain 2h 15m easyJet
Vancouver, Canada 9h 45m Air Transat
Venice, Italy 2h 1m British Airways, easyJet, Monarch
Faro, Portugal 2h 40m easyJet, British Airways, Monarch
There are flights to other places like Egypt, Morocco, Trinidad & Tobago, Tunisia or Vietnam amongst many other destinations.
To get to the airport we can use the train, known as Gatwick Express, this railway service connects Victoria stationin the centre of London with Gatwick airport directly that runs every 15 minutes, although it’s not the only train service of the airport. The journey time is about 30 minutes.
The parking tends to be quite busy during the summer months.
For further information, feel free to visit Gatwick airport’s official airport: http://www.gatwickairport.com/
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