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At SkyParkSecure, we have several secure parking zones in the area's surrounding Gatwick Airport, meaning we can facilitate those seeking great value Gatwick Airport parking in a variety of ways.
Whether you are looking for a free shuttle bus service, a chauffeur service or a 'Ski friendly' parking zone, SkyParkSecure have the perfect space for anyone looking for secure Gatwick Airport parking at the lowest possible price. For added convenience, check for availability of our best-selling Ace Meet and Greet Service; a fully insured and uniformed chauffeur takes your car to your secured parking space, allowing you to cut out airport transfers and luggage carrying.
About Gatwick Airport
Located 3.1 miles north of Crawley centre and 29 miles south of central London, Gatwick Airport serves as the second largest and second busiest international airport in the UK (after Heathrow). Gatwick is the leading airport in point-to-point flights in Europe and is home to the busiest single-use runway in the entire world which averages 52 aircraft 'movements' every hour.
Gatwick Airport sees a huge range of airlines arrive and depart from their terminals each week including budget airlines such as EasyJet and Ryanair.
Getting to Gatwick Airport
Gatwick Airport can be reached from junction 9A of the M23, which links to the main stretch of the M23 motorway (1mile east at junction 9). Coming from the direction of Greater London and the South East, traffic can Access the M23 via the M25. Traffic can also access Gatwick airport via the A23 which serves Redhill and Horley to the north and Brighton and Crawley to the south.
SkyPark Steve's Gatwick Airport Facts
- Gatwick Airport is the 6th busiest airport in the world.
- It averages over 3 million 2 passengers a year.
- Gatwick Airport began life as a small flying club in 1930.
- The busiest route to and from Gatwick Airport is Malaga, Spain (measured 2011).
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Simply put, you park your car in a car park near to Gatwick airport and hop on a shuttle bus to the departure terminal. All car parks on SkyParkSecure are checked to ensure that the sites are suitably secure and that your car is going to be properly looked after while you’re away. Usually the best price option for Gatwick Airport Parking.
BEST FOR: convenience and the easiest possible arrival at Gatwick airport
Simply drive to Gatwick airport north or south terminal and your car will be looked after by a fully insured chauffeur who will take it to a secure parking facility near the airport. Most Gatwick Airport Meet & Greet or Gatwick Airport Valet Parking services ask you to give them a buzz shortly before you arrive at the terminal to let them know you’re on your way.
When you arrive back in the country give them another call and they’ll bring your car to the airport. Seriously, couldn’t be easier.
BEST FOR: closest to the airport
These services are closest to Gatwick airport and are often run by the airports themselves. More often than not you don’t even need to take a shuttle bus to the airport as the car parks are so close by.
Very reliable, reasonably priced.
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Prompt, courteous and efficient service.
NELLY SMITH, January 3, 2013
Did exactly what it said! I found it to be cheaper that parking onsite at Gatwick airport. Once I had arrived back my car was delivered within 15 minutes. Brilliant service, would recommend.
SUSANNA DAN, January 3, 2013
May 24, 2013
Surface Access the main topic of local interest in Gatwick’s draft Master Plan consultation Community supportive of Gatwick to grow to 40 million passengers per year as a single runway, two terminal airport Report outlining views of the local community published following the most extensive public consultation ever held by Gatwick Gatwick Airport has today published a report detailing the vie...
Gatwick sees over 1.5 million passengers taking advantage of the Easter Bank Holiday break (30 March - 15 April) Dublin , Malaga and Milan ranked top destination hot spots for this period From this weekend passengers are already getting ready for the first Bank Holidays of the year, as over 1.5 million business and leisure passengers jet abroad over the Easter break (30 March - 15 April). ...
New non-stop services between Gatwick and Trinidad will commence 14 June 2012 Gatwick continues to win new airlines and routes as a result of its ongoing multimillion pound investment programme Gatwick Airport announced today that Caribbean Airlines will launch non-stop flights between Gatwick and Piarco International Airport, Port of Spain, Trinidad, four times a week. The airline will operate...
Gatwick is attracting new routes but better rail links are needed to compete with Heathrow The new Thameslink ‘super franchise’ must balance the needs of air passengers and commuters, creating a win-win for all For the economy to grow, airports, the rail industry and the Government must work together to improve connections between different parts of the UK’s transport infrastructure. Leading...
Icelandair chooses Gatwick to increase its services from London to Keflavik, starting this winter Gatwick’s competing and winning new airlines, creating more choice for passengers Passengers benefit from a wide choice of onward connections to popular destinations in the US and Canada Gatwick Airport, London's second largest international airport, announced today that Icelandair - the national...
Continued passenger growth at Gatwick Passenger numbers increased by 2.6% year on year 14th consecutive month of year on year passenger growth at Gatwick Record average load factors continue Feb-12 Feb-11 Growth (%) Mar-11 -Feb-12* Mar-10 -Feb-11 Growth (%) Total terminal passengers (000s) 2,154.2 2,100.3 2.6 33,725.3 31,614.9 6.7 Market analysis: UK + Channel Islands 260.0 251....
Airport takes steps to deliver the service of London's most luxurious 5* hotel Gatwick gets set to provide warm welcome to all passengers in the year of the Olympics and the Queen’s Jubilee Gatwick Airport today announces a new scheme that sees London’s quintessentially English 5* hotel The Goring coaching Gatwick’s customer-facing staff on how to provide all passengers with a personal service...
James Colman to take up post in April 2012 Gatwick Airport announced today that James Colman will be joining the Executive Management team as Corporate Affairs and Sustainability Director, taking up the post in April. He will lead a team of 22 people spanning media and PR, Public Affairs, Internal Communications, Airport Communications and Corporate Responsibility. 2012 will be a critical...
Julia Gregory joins Gatwick as Head of Surface Transport Gatwick committed to enhancing the airport’s strategic connectivity Encouraging more air passengers to use public transport is key priority Julia Gregory joined Gatwick Airport earlier this year as Head of Surface Transport with responsibility for setting and delivering the airport’s surface access strategy in support of the airport’s...
Continued passenger growth at Gatwick 13th consecutive month of year on year passenger growth at Gatwick. New airlines contributing to growth at Gatwick. Record average load factors continue. Jan-12 Jan-11 Growth (%) Feb-11 -Jan-11 Feb-10 -Jan-11 Growth (%) Total terminal passengers (000s) 2,110.5 2,094.3 0.8 33,656.2 31,568.3 6.6 Market analysis: UK + Channel Islands 245.9 237....
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