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Taking a quick trip from Belfast in Northern Ireland to London Gatwick International (LGW) just got easier with Skyscanner. The website's innovative airline search engine helps you find the best airfare price on this very popular route. Need a hotel or a car? No problem. Skyscanner has you covered.
Best Time to Book a Flight to London Gatwick
Midweek fares tend to be less expensive than flying from Belfast to London Gatwick on the weekend. The busiest months tend to be April, May and August. Heading over to London to do some Christmas shopping in December is also pretty popular. In most cases, booking early can get you a better rate. If your dates are flexible, pull up the Whole Month Search feature on Skyscanner and conveniently check all available fares in a one month window. If you find a great fare, book it. Chances are it won't last.
Airlines That Fly to London Gatwick
Belfast has two airports to serve you, the George Best Belfast City Airport (BHD), about 5 kilometres from downtown, and Belfast International Airport (BFS) 20 kilometres away. Non-stops are available only from Belfast International on RyanAir and EasyJet. Passenger check-in is on the lower level of the single terminal with a connector to the security station and the gates off to the left. Parking runs between $29.00 CAD per day in Long Term Parking to $32.00 CAD per day in the Main Lot. A less expensive alternative is the Airport Express, $13.00 CAD one way or $18.00 CAD if you book round-trip. British Airways and Flybe offer service from Belfast City Airport, but no non-stops are available and fares are considerably more expensive.
What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport
Passengers on EasyJet arrive at the North Terminal, while RyanAir flights use the South Terminal. A free monorail shuttle train connects the two terminals, which are considerably far apart. The Gatwick Express non-stop train leaves every 15 minutes from the South Terminal for central London. A round-trip ticket runs about $50.00 CAD and takes about a half-hour to make the 62-kilometre trip. Rental cars are available, but driving and parking in London is challenging. Taxis are also an option. The trip downtown usually takes about an hour and cost depends on traffic and final destination.
London Gatwick is packed with passenger services and amenities in both pre and post-security areas. You'll find name-brand boutiques, Duty Free shops, eateries, tourists desks, ATMs and currency exchanges. Keep in mind that Belfast is in Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom. Both Belfast and London use the British Pound for currency. W-Fi is available throughout London Gatwick and convenient airport hotels are also on site, perfect for catching those early morning or late evening flights.
What to See and Do in London
Downtown London is a history lesson come to life. Buckingham Palace should be on the top of your list, even if it's just to see the changing of the guard. Nearby is the once-feared Tower of London. Today instead of guarding prisoners, the fortress-like structure keeps tab on the Crown Jewels. Step into St Paul's Cathedral, the place where the Royals tie the knot. Literature buffs, visit the Globe Theatre, where Shakespeare's plays had their first run. Go even farther back in history at the British Museum, where Egyptian mummies lie in state. Stroll down legendary Oxford Street, where over 300 shops, including the well-known Selfridges await.
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