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Flight information Glasgow to London Gatwick

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

C$108

Non-stop airlines

2

Flights per week

46

Average flight time, total distance 580 kilometers

1h 20min

Most popular airline last month

British Airways

London Gatwick

1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in London Gatwick: London Gatwick.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Glasgow to London Gatwick is C$108. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 20min is the average flight time from Glasgow to London Gatwick.
There are 2 airlines who fly non-stop from Glasgow to London Gatwick.
There are 46 flights per week flying from Glasgow to London Gatwick, as of November.

Cheap flights from Glasgow to London Gatwick

Flying from Glasgow to London Gatwick takes a little under 2.5 hours and is currently served by two airlines, British Airways and easyJet. This is one of the busiest routes flying out of Glasgow, meaning that there are dozens of flights each week that will get you to London Gatwick. The route is popular both for the many people who need to fly to London itself and for those who are looking to connect through London Gatwick in order to reach destinations further abroad. You can use Skyscanner's monthly search tool to find the cheapest time to fly from Glasgow to London Gatwick.

Inside: Glasgow Airport

Currently the only Glasgow-area airport that offers direct flights to London Gatwick is Glasgow Airport. Glasgow Airport consists of two terminals, although Terminal 2 is exclusively used for checking in on certain low-cost airlines. The main terminal building is where most Glasgow to London Gatwick flights leave from and it is divided into three piers, an East, Central, and West Pier. If you are flying to London Gatwick on British Airways then your flight will likely depart from the Central Pier. The East Pier, meanwhile, is where most low-cost operators depart from, including easyJet flights to London Gatwick. As a domestic route, UK citizens only need a form of government-issued I.D. in order to board. Non-U.K. citizens can use approved government-issued I.D. as well, although generally using a passport will present the fewest hassles.

Landing in London Gatwick

London Gatwick consists of two terminals, North and South. British Airways uses the South Terminal while easyJet uses the North one. As London Gatwick is easyJet's main hub, it is a popular connecting point for people travelling to destinations abroad on that airline. If you are connecting through London Gatwick then you should give yourself at least 60 minutes between your flights if you have already have a boarding pass for your next flight or at least 90 minutes if you need to change terminals/airlines. If you are staying in London then there is a railway station at the South Terminal that connects to London Victoria Station. The same station can also take you south towards Brighton. The airport is also connected to the motorway, which makes renting a car in order to get around a practical solution. London is a massive city with many hotels, so if you are planning to stay in the city be sure to find the hotel that is right for you by using Skyscanner's search feature.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.