Gatwick London Airport
Getwick is the busiest one runway only airport in the world. It is also the second largest airport in the United Kingdom and the seventh busiest international airport in the world. Around 90 airlines operate from the both terminals (North and South) of Gatwick, offering approximately 200 destinations. The low-cost airline EasyJet offers direct flights from Sofia to Gatwick (South Terminal).
Others: London Heathrow, London Stanstead, London Luton
Transportation to the City
Gatwick is located 45 km (28 miles) South of London, directly related to road M23 (junction 9 for the airport) and road A23 London - Brighton. The airport road M25 is only 10 minutes away from the airport and it also connects Gatwick wit the roadmap of the United Kingdom.
The official taxi company of Gatwick is Checker Cars. The tariffs are fixed and a taxi can be ordered in advance, paying by credit card or in cash. The time duration to central London takes about 65 minutes and costs 77 liras (plus five liras charge for the traffic jam if it penetrates the central zone).
Telephone: 0800 747 737 (Free phone UK only), or -mail for reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gatwick Express serves only the line Railway Station Victoria - Gatwick, offering the fastest possible way to reach the airport - about 30 minutes. The one-way ticket costs £ 18.90, and the two-way - £ 33.20. If you book your tickets online, you will have a 10% discount. For more information: www.gatwickexpress.com.
Gatwick railway station is directly connected to the South Terminal, and offers a free train connection to the North Terminal. Offers numerous connections to parts of London (Victoria Station, Luton Airport) and to other cities by National Rail. For more information: www.nationalrail.co.uk.