London Gatwick Airport
Gatwick airport is a 2nd largest airport in the UK and single runway airport located 45km (28 miles) south of London and started operations in 1930. Gatwick Airport has two terminal buildings: North Terminal and South Terminal serving 200 destinations in 90 countries for 35 million customers a year. The majority of Gatwick flights operate out of South Terminal.
Gatwick airport Direction By Car:
London Gatwick directly linked to the M23 motorway at Junction 9 and to the A23 London-Brighton road. The M25 at Junction 7 is a 10-minute drive from Gatwick Airport, connecting it with the UK’s extensive road and motorway network.
Postcodes For Navigation:
If you’re using a satnav the postcodes are RH6 0NP for the South Terminal and RH6 0PJ for the North Terminal.