Gatwick Airport Information
London Gatwick Airport (LGW) is London's second biggest international airport; it serves a combination of domestic, short haul and long haul flights through a large number of different airlines. Situated south of central London, just outside the town of Crawley, West Sussex, the airport is ideally situated for those looking to depart from London and the south of England.
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Gatwick has its own rail station which connects to central London (Victoria station) via the Gatwick Express service.
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Gatwick does not make tannoy announced flight calls, so all passengers must check the television monitors for any information regarding their flight, including boarding time and flight number.
Passengers are advised that they should arrive at the airport with enough time to pass through security; it is advised that:
International flights passengers should check in at least three hours before departure.
European flights passengers should check in at least two hours before departure.
Domestic flights passengers should check in at least one hour before departure.
International connections do not require going through Immigrations or Customs but all International to Domestic connections do.
Domestic to International connecting passengers can use special Immigration check points if baggage is through-checked.