London Gatwick Airport

London Gatwick Airport is a train station located in London. Keep in mind that some larger cities can have more than one station.

Station / Airport guide

London Gatwick Airport has two terminals and offers hundreds of destinations worldwide. From there, you’ll find all the assistance you need to make your journey easier and enjoyable.

Transportation and connections

London Gatwick Airport has two terminals (North and South Terminal) that service hundreds of destinations worldwide. The railway station is located at the South Terminal and is also just a few minutes from the North Terminal by a free shuttle.

The most popular and convenient way to get from Gatwick Airport to London city center is the Gatwick Express train. Non-stop trains run to and from London Victoria train station every 15 minutes, and journey time is 30 minutes (35 minutes on Sundays).

Alternatively, there is also a bus service to London Victoria station, and the travel time is about 90 minutes.

National Express (National Rail company) operates direct trains from Gatwick Airport Station to nearby regions like Kent and Sussex. Travelers can hop on a train directly at the Gatwick Airport train station and head off to popular cities like Canterbury (about 2 hours travel time), Brighton (about 30 minutes), Hastings (about 1.5 hours), and Southampton (about 2 hours).

Thameslink runs services to London Bridge, St Pancras International and Luton Airport. (Services to London Bridge are currently running a reduced timetable while improvement works take place). Southern operates services to London Victoria via Clapham Junction and East Croydon.

Taxi stands and car rental are available in the Gatwick Airport for reaching London or any other nearby town. The journey time to central London is approximately 60-70 minutes from Gatwick Airport.

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