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Just missed your train? No problem. With 4 trains per hour, you've got plenty of time options for getting from the hustle and bustle of the capital to Gatwick Airport.
More spacious than a taxi and quicker than taking a bus, in around half an hour, be at your terminal and ready to jet off on your travels.
Situated in the heart of London, Victoria Station is perfectly placed to connect to inner-city transport and places of interest such as the Apollo Victoria Theatre and Westminster Cathedral.
Gatwick Express never sleeps so you can catch some extra downtime. Book flexible flights - whatever the hour.
If you're after cheap Gatwick Express train tickets, it could really pay off to buy a Return ticket instead of two single fares. When booking your tickets, look out for Anytime Return (valid for a month) or Anytime Day Return options.
Gatwick Express does more than get you to the airport and back. After its main leg from London to Gatwick by train, the Gatwick Express route map includes stops at Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Hassocks and the seaside town of Brighton – a popular weekend and day trip location.
What's more, the Gatwick Express serves stops in Preston Park and Wivelsfield. It's also connected to the London Underground via Victoria station on the Victoria and District and Circle Lines which are both wheelchair accessible. Getting the train to Gatwick from Brighton is also a simple journey for passengers to make. During off-peak times, the rail service runs twice an hour, and with a train to Gatwick from Brighton taking less than 30 minutes, it’s perfect when making travel arrangements for getting to the airport. During peak hours, the Gatwick Express to and from Brighton also calls at Preston Park, Hayward’s Heath and Hassocks, providing an extra commuter train for those in the Brighton area.
London Gatwick, the UK's second busiest airport, is located near Crawley, south of central London. It has two terminals and getting to each of them by train is pretty straight forward.
The Gatwick Express stops in the South Terminal at the airport, and after getting out of the station, you will immediately find yourself at baggage check-in.
To get from the South Terminal to the North Terminal, take the inter-terminal shuttle service. The shuttle station is located close to the train station at Gatwick's South Terminal. It runs every few minutes 24/7 and takes just two minutes.
If you're going the other way, follow the signs for South Terminal to get the shuttle.
The airport has a number of restaurants, duty-free shops, and facilities that will make waiting for your flight a pleasant experience. As a popular airport for both regional and international travel, getting the train to Gatwick will certainly help you avoid queues in and out of the busy road network.
Whether you're travelling for work, leisure or a bit of both, find a seat to match. Gatwick Express offers different seating options to suit all budgets.
Gatwick Express offers First Class seating for those wishing to kick back and relax on their way to or from London Victoria. Enjoy comfy seats, quieter coaches and complimentary WiFi. First Class ticket holders also have access to the Gatwick Airport Lounge.
Find out more about Gatwick Express First Class travel.
Benefit from family-sized tables, power sockets and generous luggage allowances, all at an affordable price. Gatwick Express makes transfers to and from the airport and Brighton easy for budgeters and thrill-seekers alike.
When travelling with Gatwick Express, benefit from smooth connections to Gatwick Airport, Brighton and beyond.
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There isn't a first nor last train so to speak as trains run 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Gatwick Express run 4 trains per hour, meaning you're never too far away from catching a service.
On the most popular journey from London Victoria to Gatwick Airport, the Gatwick Express takes on average between 29-31 minutes.
Yes, there is complimentary WiFi on all Gatwick Express trains and at the station. To access it on board, simply select the 'gatwickexpresswifi' network and follow the instructions. For WiFi at the station, choose the 'O2 WiFi' option.
Yes, folding bikes are welcome on board at any time on Gatwick Express. For non-folding bikes, you're allowed to travel with one only during Off Peak times which are between 07:00 and 10:00 Monday to Friday on trains arriving at London Victoria and from 16:00 to 19:00 on trains departing from the same station.
As long as you are within the limits of the airline luggage restrictions, travelling with it on a Gatwick Express should be fine. Please note that while getting on the Gatwick Express is step-free, certain parts of the airport may not.
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