Getting to/from LGW Airport by train or bus - or transferring to either Heathrow, Stansted or Luton Airports: 

For National Rail information call +44 (0)845 746 4950 or contact: Gatwick Express at:  gatwickexpress.com;  Other trains at: nationalrail.co.uk;  or National Express at :nationalexpress.com

By Train: The North Terminal has a train station (passengers need to take the temporary shuttle bus to it).  
The Gatwick Express trains to London Victoria run every 15 mins and take half an hour. 
First Capital Connect runs every 15 minutes to Brighton (via Mid-Sussex) and to Bedford via East Croydon, London Bridge, St. Pancras International and Luton.  (c) Southern runs northbound trains to London Victoria via East Croydon & Clapham Junction, and to London Bridge via East Croydon. Its southbound service runs to Brighton, Eastbourne, Portsmouth & Southampton.
The Heathrow Express (a) departs from Paddington every 15 mins and takes 15 minutes to Heathrow Central & 21 mins to Terminal 5, while Terminal 4 passengers should change at Heathrow Central.
(b) To get to the Croydon station, take the X26 Express bus.
(c) Travel between Victoria & Paddington stations can be done via bus, taxi or the Underground (District & Circle Lines).

NOTE:  The 'Gatwick Gateway' Airport Station is under redevelopment. Its first phase - the new Platform 7, enabling fast trains from both London Bridge and London Victoria to travel more quickly through the station - has been completed. 
New Gatwick Express trains will start in 2016, while the Thameslink trains start 2018
.Work will start in 2017 with the installation of new lifts & escalators, and doubling the main concourse area - to be completed by 2020. 

Over the next 4 years, further upgrades will be ongoing: The Thameslink program is to increase both train numbers and destinations from Gatwick by 2018. 

By Bus: 
National Express Coaches serve Heathrow Airport and nationwide.
Oxford Bus runs to Oxford.
EasyBus minibuses from both terminals serve Earls Court / West Brompton.
Metrobus & Fastway, a guided bus rapid transit system, runs from both terminals to Crawley, Horley, Rdhill, Horsham, and on. 

Airport to Airport Transfer: 
 To transfer to either London Heathrow (75 mins), Stansted (3 hrs), or Luton (2.5 hrs), take the National Express, which offers a non-stop service between Gatwick & Heathrow, and some direct services to Stansted & Luton airports. Both North & South terminals have a ticket desk for National Express, or you can call +44(0)871 781 8181.

By 2016 Service of the Gatwick Express trains will be available.
By 2019 A train will run between LGW & central London every 2.5 minutes
By 2020 Rail rail capacity will have doubled, and trains into London leave every hour.

Bus Station

Service Name:
Description: Most services operate from the lower South Terminal forecourt and at North Terminal (on the lower level outside international arrivals).
Notes: Most coach services are not wheelchair accessible but will carry wheelchairs for passengers who can board the vehicle unaided.

Buses To Surrounding Area

Service Name: EASYBUS
Description: There are buses operates between from  North and South terminals of the airport to Earls Court/West Brompton in central London.
Time: throughout day and night, seven days a week.
Fare Information: from 2
Description: There are services to London Bridge and St Pancras International every 15 minutes.
Service Name: LOCAL BUSES
Description: The local buses run to/from Gatwick and many local destinations including Crawley, Horley, Redhill, East Grinstead, Caterham and Horsham.
Description: There are trains run from the airport to Victoria via East Croydon and Clapham Junction every 15 minutes.

Trains To Surrounding Area

Description: There is a non-stop train service run from the airport to Victoria every 15 minutes.


London Gatwick Airport Public Transportation

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