Great Saving For easyJet Passengers On Gatwick Express

19th Jul 2002

If you`re planning a trip with easyJet from Gatwick and need to travel between the airport and central London, make sure you take advantage of the preferential rail fares offered to easyJet passengers by Gatwick Express. easyJet customers will be able to save up to £7 on normal fares on the rapid rail-air link when they book rail tickets online at immediately after purchasing their easyJet flight to or from London Gatwick.
The pricing of the Gatwick Express tickets has been split into two tiers, offering larger savings to passengers booking their trip eight weeks or more in advance. However travellers can still benefit from reduced fares for bookings less than eight weeks ahead.
Rail tickets must be purchased online by credit card immediately after the easyJet flight to or from London Gatwick have been purchased through Tickets can be collected by passengers from any of the ticket machines located at London Victoria or Gatwick Airport. The machine will either recognise the booking by the credit card or by the customer entering a reference number, if a different credit card is used on collection.
Gatwick Express offers fast, frequent departures to and from London Victoria station and Gatwick.
It takes just 30 minutes for the Gatwick Express to speed non-stop between London`s Victoria Station and Gatwick Station which is situated in the airport`s South Terminal, from where easyJet services arrive and depart.
Discounted Gatwick Express tickets can only be purchased when bought in conjunction with an easyJet flight at
Gatwick Express tickets will remain in the machines for up to two weeks after the specified travel date. This means that if a customer`s travel dates change they do not have to amend their booking

Once the transaction for the Gatwick Express ticket has been carried out online it cannot be refunded

easyJet flies to nine destinations from Gatwick Airport - Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Edinburgh, Geneva, Malaga, Palma, Nice and Zurich




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