Gatwick Airport unveils new route to Moscow

Russia’s capital city of Moscow is about to become a whole lot more accessible! You can now fly directly from Gatwick to Moscow.

A new route has been announced by Gatwick Airport to connect them to Moscow directly. Aeroflot, who are Russia’s national airline will begin the daily route between the two destinations on the 15th November, leaving Gatwick and arriving at Sheremetyevo International Airport, 18 miles northwest of Moscow. Continue reading…


Gatwick bid to become a low carbon airport

Hold on to your hat, Gatwick says it’s ready to become a new low carbon airport.

As the discussions around Gatwick constructing a second runway continue, they have appointed Simon Sturgis, an expert in carbon emissions analysis, to support their efforts to become the UK’s leading low carbon airport by 2025. Continue reading…


Travel to central London from Gatwick airport using only your Oyster card!

Transport for London (TFL) have started 2016 with a new scheme that allows customers travelling into the city from Gatwick airport to use their Oyster cards and Contactless cards.

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Hopes are high for resumption of Gatwick-to-Newquay route

It was not just keen surfers and other holidaymakers who were dismayed recently by news from Newquay Airport but, more importantly, those conducting business in the south-west of England.

Newquay holiday makers at Perranporth in Cornwall

First Flybe announced the end of the London Gatwick to Newquay service from the end of March 2014 and then easyJet decided that insufficient demand meant that a year-round service would not be viable for them either. Continue reading…


Gatwick could see 40m passengers in 2021

The bosses at Gatwick Airport have revealed their latest growth plan for the following decade.

It suggests that by 2021 the airport could see 40 million passengers passing through it every year (34 million passengers currently use the airport each year). Continue reading…