Gatwick Airport Information

Gatwick Airport (IATA code LGW) is London's second largest airport and second busiest in the United Kingdom after Heathrow. Gatwick is 5 km north of central Crawley, West Sussex, 45.7 km south of London. In 1979 an agreement was reached with the local council not to expand before 2019, but recent proposals to build a second runway suitable for large jets at Gatwick led to protests about increased noise and pollution and demolition of houses and villages. The government decided to expand Stansted and Heathrow but not Gatwick.

Airlines using Gatwick Airport:

  • Adria Airways
  • Air Southwest
  • Atlas Blue
  • British Airways
  • Brussels Airlines
  • Cyprus Turkish Airlines
  • Daallo Airlines
  • Delta Air Lines
  • EasyJet
  • EasyJet Switzerland
  • Emirates
  • Malév Hungarian Airlines
  • Northwest Airlines
  • Qatar Airways
  • Thomson Airways
  • Aer Lingus
  • Afriqiyah Airways
  • Air Europa
  • Air Malta
  • Air Moldova
  • Air Transat
  • Air Zimbabwe
  • AirBaltic
  • Aurigny Air Services
  • Azerbaijan Airlines
  • Belavia
  • BH Air
  • Bulgaria Air
  • Cimber Sterling
  • Croatia Airlines
  • Cubana de Aviación
  • EasyJet
  • Estonian Air
  • Eurocypria Airlines
  • Flybe
  • Flyglobespan
  • Free Bird Airlines
  • Ghana International Airlines
  • Hamburg International
  • Karthago Airlines
  • Meridiana
  • Mexicana
  • Monarch Airlines
  • Montenegro Airlines
  • Norwegian Air Shuttle
  • Olympic Airlines
  • Onur Air
  • Pegasus Airlines
  • Rossiya
  • Ryanair
  • Saga Airlines
  • Scandinavian Airlines System
  • SATA International
  • Spanair
  • TAP Portugal
  • Thomas Cook Airlines
  • Turkuaz Airlines
  • Ukraine International Airlines
  • US Airways
  • Virgin Atlantic Airways
  • Viking Airlines

This information was source by Wikipedia at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGW_Airport