Gatwick

Gatwick plans local support if runway approved

Businesses local to Gatwick Airport will benefit from new targeted opportunities if its northern runway plans are approved

Gatwick and Veovo optimise passenger flow

London Gatwick Airport has chosen Veovo's Passenger Predictability solution to optimise security operations and improve passenger flow

easyJet opens first lounge

Low-cost carrier easyJet has opened its first airport lounge, the jointly branded ‘The Gateway by easyJet & No1 Lounges’, at London Gatwick

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How Gatwick plans to use northern runway for expansion

Could using an existing runway at Gatwick help ease London’s air capacity problems? Gordon Smith visited the West Sussex site to find out more

The composite picture of Gatwick shows (left) the arrangement of the proposed runways, taxi tracks and building areas superimposed on an Ordnance Survey map, with (right) an aerial view of the present site, taken by the Air Survey Company and reduced to the same scale. In the map solid black is used to show the paving work to be completed by 1956 and cross-hatching to show the duplicate runway system, work on which is to be started in 1958. Th N.E.-S.W. runway may be laid down at the same time if traffic de Feature Premium

Unearthed: the original plan for Gatwick from 1952

A fascinating piece on what was the original plan for Gatwick from the October 17, 1952 issue of The Aeroplane