London Gatwick Airport
Gatwick Airport, also popularly referred to as London Gatwick is situated in West Sussex, around 48 km south of central London. It is England’s second busiest airport after Heathrow and ranks tenth busiest in Europe in terms of passenger traffic. The world’s busiest single-use runway airport, London Gatwick handled more than 35 million passengers with 250,520 aircrafts movements in 2013. Its representation of three major airlines business models including full service, low-no frills and charter makes it unique amongst all airports in London.
The airport has two terminals – North and South, each having facilities such as shops, restaurants landside as well as airside. Besides these, there are also facilities for disabled passengers, baby changing & feeding and play areas. Business centre, chaplains and other services are also available at the airport. Gatwick Airport serves as the secondary hub for British Airways, especially offering services to Europe and Caribbean. Many low cost airlines including Monarch, EasyJet and Flybe also use this airport.