London Gatwick Airport is located to the south of Greater London and north of the town of Crawley in West Sussex. After the London Heathrow Airport it is the busiest in the United Kingdom with yearly passenger traffic of over 34 million. Another interesting fact about Gatwick is that it has the busiest runway in the world, which has a capacity of 55 aircraft movement per hour. London Gatwick Airport has two terminals: North and South, which are well connected with central London by the M23 Motorway, railway connection and coaches (with National Express). The fastest link between the two terminals is through the Gatwick Airport inter-terminal transit that uses an automated track.
Gatwick is named after a local manor that was originally pronounced Gatwik (which has a meaning of a “goat farm”) – it stood directly on the site of the airport. Before opening of an aerodrome here in 1920, it was used as a horse racecourse. The first international scheduled flight from this airport took place in 1936 – it was used for commercial flight even before that date. The first chartered flights started taking off from Gatwick in 1950 – the government decided it to be an alternative airport to Heathrow. The airport was officially opened by Queen Elisabeth II in 1958 (after two years closure from construction works) – it started operating first overseas flight in the same year. The second terminal – North, was opened in 1988, which greatly increased airport’s passenger traffic.
The airlines that operate the biggest number of places in London Gatwick are Easyjet, British Airways and several lesser operators. The share of first two companies accounts for more than 40% of total flights from this airport (as of 2007).
The question of future developments in London Gatwick Airport has been somewhat postponed by the agreement with West Sussex County Council that states there will be no construction of a second runway any time before 2019. Nevertheless, plans exist to both build a third terminal and a second runway here.
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