London Gatwick Airport (LGW) is a major international airport located about 30 miles south of central London in West Sussex, United Kingdom. It is the second-busiest airport in the UK after London Heathrow, and serves as a hub for several airlines, including British Airways, easyJet, and TUI Airways.
Many countries and airlines fly to London Gatwick Airport, making it one of the most well-connected airports in the world. Some of the major destinations include:
- Europe: Various airlines operate flights to several European destinations such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Dublin, Madrid, Paris, Rome, and more.
- North America: Gatwick serves several destinations in the United States and Canada, including New York, Boston, Toronto, and more.
- Africa: Airlines such as Ethiopian Airlines and RwandAir offer flights to African destinations such as Addis Ababa, Kigali, and more.
- Asia: Airlines such as Emirates, Cathay Pacific, and Turkish Airlines offer flights to Asian destinations such as Dubai, Hong Kong, and Istanbul.
As for tourism in the surrounding area, Gatwick is located just south of London and provides easy access to the city’s many tourist attractions, such as Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, the British Museum, and more. The airport is also situated near the coast, which makes it a convenient entry point for visitors looking to explore the south of England, including the seaside towns of Brighton and Hastings, and the scenic South Downs National Park.