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Cheap Flights to London Gatwick

Cheap Flights to London Gatwick Airport

London Gatwick Airport is the busiest single-runway airport in the entire world.  Each year, more than forty million passengers choose to fly in and out of London Gatwick Airport.  It's one of the United Kingdom's most popular airports because of its excellent transportation connections and modern comforts, like complimentary wireless internet, multiple attached hotels and full range of currency exchange, banking and business services.  London Gatwick Airport is only a thirty minute train ride from central London, where travelers will find world-famous tourist attractions like the London Bridge, Big Bed and Buckingham Palace. 

Best Time to Book a Flight to London Gatwick Airport

High season in London includes late spring, summer and Christmas.  During these periods the city is buzzing with energy, special events are happening every day, the weather is generally pleasant and prices for flights and hotels rise accordingly.  You can save money on a high season flight to London Gatwick Airport by using Skyscanner's price alert tool to receive an instant notification when fares from Canada to London Gatwick Airport go on sale.  If you're open to traveling at other times of the year, you can find the cheapest fares by using Skyscanner's month search tool to compare rates throughout an entire thirty-day travel period.    

Airlines that Fly to London Gatwick Airport

Air Canada, WestJet and Air Transat all offer direct flights from Canadian cities to London Gatwick Airport.  Many other airlines link Canadian airports to London Gatwick Airport with a short stopover at a European or Asian airport.  When you're searching for a flight to London Gatwick Airport on Skyscanner, you can sort your results by price, duration or number of stopovers, or filter your results to see only your preferred airlines. 

What to Expect When Arriving at the London Gatwick Airport

London Gatwick Airport has a North Terminal and a South Terminal. The two terminals are connected by an automated underground people mover system.  The airport has its own rail station in the South Terminal, with regular departures for central London, Brighton, Eastbourne, Southampton, Portsmouth and other UK destinations.  To reach central London, opt for one of the Gatwick Express trains that depart every fifteen minutes and arrive at London's Victoria Station half an hour later.  Private taxis are also available, but come at a steep cost.  If you're comfortable driving on the left, consider hiring a rental car at London Gatwick Airport and driving to your destination.

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