Gatwick Airport is second in the UK to Heathrow for passenger numbers, approaching 39 million passengers use the airport every year. The airport is ideally situated if your going to be travelling anywhere in the South, South East or along to the West and South West of the UK.
Gatwick Airport Car Hire
By using the booking form below, you can get a free quote or book your car directly with any of the car hire suppliers that service this airport. It’s guaranteed that you’ll to get a car from one of the leading suppliers who provide Gatwick Airport car hire services, you can choose from many of the suppliers including Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, InterRent, Sixt and many more.
Travel Distances From Gatwick
Gatwick to Central London Via M23 and A23 – 28 miles
Gatwick to Canterbury Via M23, M25 and M2 – 66 miles
Gatwick to Folkestone Via M23, M25 and M20 – 72 miles
Gatwick to Hastings Via A23 and A27 – 60 miles
Gatwick to Brighton Via M23 and A23 – 28 miles
Gatwick to Worthing Via A23 and A27 – 36 miles
Gatwick to Portsmouth Via M23, M25 and A3 – 76 miles
Gatwick to Reading Via M23, M25 and M4 – 66 miles
Gatwick Airport has a good range of facilities for passengers in all parts of the Airport.
Internet and Wi-Fi Access
At the airport you’ll receive 90 minutes of free Wi-Fi access, to connect, look for Gatwick Free wi-fi in your Wi-Fi list and follow the instructions, you’ll need to register at myGatwick and after that you simply click the get online button. There are also kiosks for you to get on the internet and printing is available, as are charging points for mobile devices. Registering with myGatwick means you also get some discounts on food and shopping, as well as car parking at Gatwick
You have a lot of choices when it comes to eating at Gatwick, there’s a good range of restaurants offering cuisine from different countries, so there’s something to suit all tastes and budgets. Whether you want a lavish executive business meal, or a fast food take-away before you catch your flight, or after arriving before continuing your journey, you’ll be well catered for. You’ll find the restaurants are child friendly and have a nice family atmosphere if you have young children with you.
There’s a good choice of airport lounges at Gatwick, maybe you just want somewhere to relax after a long flight, or to do some work before setting off to a meeting or conference, if so, you should take a look at The Regus Express lounge. This lounge is suitable for people travelling on business and is located in the South Terminal in the arrivals hall before you go through security. They have refreshments, showers and meeting rooms available to use, there are also Regus Express Workpods which are located in the departures area in the North and South terminals, theses quiet areas are charged at £10 per 1/2 hour and they have Wi-Fi and phone access in them.
No.1 Gatwick Lounge is located in the North and South Terminals after you pass through security, this is suitable for all travellers, business or pleasure, it has views of the runway and food and drinks are included, along with Wi-Fi, TV, printing, fax and a kids game area. The lounge is available for a maximum of 3 hours before your flight and can be booked in advance for £25 for adults and £15 for children aged 2 – 11, a private meeting room is also available to be booked.
My Lounge is in the North Terminal for you to relax in, services here include TV, Wi-Fi, PlayStations and charging points, as well as food and snacks, the cost for this is £16 for adults and £10 for children aged 2 – 11 years of age. Also located in the North terminal is the Aspire Lounge where you can relax with Wi-Fi and refreshments.
There’s a good range of shops for you at Gatwick, whether you want a newspaper, some aftershave or perfume, jewellery or electronic goods like tablets and cameras, you’ll find what you need here. As well as normal everyday products, there are also luxury goods available from stores like Harrods. For your convenience, there are ATM machines located all around the airport