Airline Services in London Gatwick Airport

Long Haul Destination services:

British Airways:

British Airways is the flag carrier and the largest airline in the United Kingdom. London Heathrow and Gatwick are its major hubs. All British Airways’ flights depart from Gatwick’s North terminal. British Airways serves flights from Gatwick to long haul destinations and also to European short haul destinations. It provides services from Gatwick to Algiers, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Colombo, Glasgow, Las Vegas, Naples, Paphos, Tampa and many more.


Emirates is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group and is owned by the Investment Corporation of Dubai. It is the largest airline in the Middle East and operates over 3000 flights every week. It is voted ‘Airline of the year 2013’ in World airline Awards. Emirates operate three flights every day from London Gatwick’s north terminal to Dubai.


Virgin Atlantic is a British Airline and has its operating bases at Gatwick and London Heathrow. It belongs to the virgin group and operates between the United Kingdom and North America, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Australia. It also serves domestic destinations within the United Kingdom since 31st March 2013. Virgin Atlantic connects Antigua, Bridgetown, Cancun, Grenada, Las Vegas, Orlando, St Lucia and many more from Gatwick.

European short Haul Networks in the UK:

Turkish Airlines:

Turkish Airlines (THY) is the flag carrier airline of Turkey and has its hub at the Istanbul Ataturk airport. It operates flights to 234 destinations across Asia, Europe, Africa and America. THY operates flights daily between Istanbul and Gatwick’s North terminal.


Monarch Airlines is a British airline based at Luton Airport and operates flights to the Mediterranean, Canary Islands, Egypt, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus and charter services to Europe, the United States, India, Africa and the Caribbean. Its other hubs are at London Gatwick, Birmingham, East Midlands, Leeds/Bradford and Manchester. Monarch Airlines provide services from Gatwick to Alicante, Athens, Barcelona, Chania, Corfu, Geneva, Goa, Luxor, Santorini, Sharm El Sheikh, Verona and many more.


EasyJet Airline Company Limited is a British Airline based at Luton Airport and is the largest airline in the United Kingdom. It has 23 hubs across Europe and the largest British base is at Gatwick followed by Luton and Stansted Airports. EasyJet operates flights from Gatwick to around 97 destinations including Aberdeen, Almeria, Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Bodrum, Budapest, Chania, Dalaman, Grenoble, Funchal, Holguin, Ibiza, Isle of Man, Kalamata, Krakow, Munich, Turin and Venice.

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