Gatwick Airport by Coach

Posted on 05. Nov, 2011 by in Transportation

There are several coach services available that connect Gatwick with more than 400 UK towns and cities. Direct services reach to places such as Heathrow, central London, Bristol, Brighton, Birmingham, Oxford, Cambridge and Norwich. The coach station is located at the lower forecourt of the South Terminal and the upper forecourt of the North Terminal.  If you take the coach, you will be dropped off right in front of the terminal door of either of the two terminals. There are ticket desks available in both terminals from which you can purchase your coach passes, but you could save money if you book it online since there are no booking fees included in it. You get to save more also if you travel in groups. For four passengers, it will only cost you £99 and simply add £24.75 for each additional adult for routes between Gatwick and Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Coventry, Newport, Swansea, Warwick or Wolverhampton.

There are two available coach services offered by Gatwick. One is the easyBus to London which is a non-stop airport transfer service from London and Gatwick at the affordable price of £2. Buses leave every 15 minutes at peak seasons and operate throughout the day and night from both terminals to Earls Court/West Brompton in central London. It offers its services to any airline passenger seven times a week except during the Holidays such as Christmas Day. The second is the National Express which is UK’s largest operator of scheduled coach services. It runs direct services from both North and South Terminal to several areas in the UK, some of which are London, Heathrow and Brighton. To save you money, you can find the best fare rates online.

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