Gatwick Airport News

Gatwick Airport adds half a million passengers in April 2017

Gatwick Airport adds half a million passengers in April 2017

10 May 2017 Airline News

Gatwick Airport welcomed 3.8 million passengers in April, up 15 per cent on 2016, and marking 50 months of consecutive growth. The airport benefitted from the whole of the Easter school holiday falling in April, with an additional 496,200 passengers passing through the airport.

Reiss set to open micro-flagship store at Gatwick

Reiss set to open micro-flagship store at Gatwick

8 May 2017 Airline News

Reiss, the design-led menswear, womenswear and accessories brand, will be arriving at Gatwick Airport this May and will stock iconic fashion at tax-free prices for all passengers. The new 900 sq. ft. branch will stock a range of specially curated womenswear, menswear and accessories.

Hertz expands car rental operations at London Gatwick

Hertz expands car rental operations at London Gatwick

Hertz UK has launched a full rental service from Sofitel London Gatwick Hotel, becoming the only car rental company to have fleet available at the airport’s North Terminal. Hertz customers landing at the North Terminal will no longer need to take the inter-terminal shuttle to the South Terminal to collect their vehicle.

Long-haul growth drives up passenger numbers at Gatwick Airport

Long-haul growth drives up passenger numbers at Gatwick Airport

14 March 2017 Press Release Airline News

Gatwick Airport achieved an impressive three million passengers travelling through the airport this February, up 9.9 per cent on 2016. Long-haul routes continue their booming growth at Gatwick, up 20.3 per cent on February 2016 and driving a up six per cent cargo increase.

Gatwick Airport prepares for terminal swap

Gatwick Airport prepares for terminal swap

23 January 2017 Airline News

Gatwick Airport is advising British Airways, easyJet, and Virgin Atlantic passengers to check through which terminal they will be travelling, as it prepares to relocate these major airlines. British Airways will move to the South Terminal, Virgin Atlantic will move to the North Terminal, and easyJet - which currently operates out of both terminals - will consolidate its operation in the North Terminal.