Turkish Airlines today announced its service at Gatwick Airport will move from the North to South Terminal on March 29th following the airport’s strategic review of its terminal operations.
All airlines will now operate out of single terminals to ease passenger journeys and simplify operations.
Osman Battal, Turkish Airlines general manager for Gatwick said: “We are pleased to announce our move to London Gatwick’s South Terminal.
“As we are committed to providing our customers with the best possible service, this move will ensure all operations are now streamlined in one place.
The South Terminal will offer Turkish Airlines customers the world class security, including automated security gates and dedicated lanes for families and those with reduced mobility, helping 96 per cent of passengers to be processed through security within five minutes.
State-of-the-art self-service immigration gates in South Terminal, leading to shorter queues, are also on offer, as is Europe’s largest walk-through World Duty Free and newly refurbished departure lounge.