How to get to Gatwick by Coach or Bus

There are more than 400 express coach services a day from the coach stations at North and South Terminals. Gatwick's coach station is at the ground floor of South Terminal and principle services also call at North Terminal.

Coach information and ticket desks are located in the arrivals areas of both North Terminal and South Terminal.

National Express has taken it's Flightlink, Jetlink and Speedlink coaches running between Heathrow and Gatwick and created National Express Airport, giving you a better service with many more coaches operating between the airports. Their coach services operate from dedicated bases at the South and North Terminals. All other coach services stop at London Gatwick's coach station on the ground floor of South Terminal. Principal services also call at North Terminal. Other passengers arriving at the South Terminal should take the transit train to the North Terminal if necessary.

The average journey time between Heathrow and Gatwick is approximately 80 minutes depending on traffic and time of day. Journeys may take longer at peak traffic times. Further information 08705 757 747

There is also a frequent 'Airbus' service, the A5 from Victoria coach station, London. The first service leaves London at 06.35 and the last being 23.25. During the day there is an hourly service departing Victoria at 25 minutes past the hour. Journey time to Gatwick is approx. 90 minutes. The A5 service connects to both the North & South terminals. Information: 0870 574 7777

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