Gatwick is the second largest airport in London and is found south of the British capital. See our map of terminals, gates and services at the airport.
In London you find several large airports, with Heathrow being the main one. The secondary international airport serving London is Gatwick, which is located about 47 kilometers from the central parts of town. Gatwick airport is the largest hub for low cost carrier EasyJet and the secondary hub for British Airways.
London Gatwick Airport has a total of 65 gates and is divided into two terminals, South Terminal and North Terminal. In the map on the top of the page you find the location of each terminal and can learn where you find the different gates. Good to know is that there is a free inter-terminal shuttle service between the two terminals.
South Terminal: This was the first terminal to open at Gatwick and is the more trafficked out of the two. Among the airlines working at the South Terminal are British Airways, Vueling, Norwegian and Ryanair.
North Terminal: The North Terminal is home to the majority of the long-haul flights, and for example you find flights with Air China, Emirates and JetBlue. This is also where a lot of the flights operated by EasyJet are found, even if the airline also flies from the South Terminal.
If you want to reach the central parts of London from Gatwick there are several options to choose from. The most convenient way is probably to choose the Gatwick Express, with trains departing every 15 minutes. You can also go by bus or rent a car, depending on what suits you best. You find several rental car agencies at each terminal.
When it comes to hotels in the airport there are hotels near or at both of the terminals, and you find hotels from major chains such as Hilton and Marriott. Some of them are located just minutes from check-in, while others require a little bit of walking. Check out the map on the top of the page to learn the location of some of the hotels.
Find out the location of London Gatwick Airport.