Simple Flying - Luke Bodell
Gatwick Airport has finally reopened its South Terminal after almost two years. The terminal, which shut down in June 2020, opened its doors to travelers again on Sunday. Here's what to expect now that Gatwick's South Terminal is open for business.
Gatwick Airport will handle nearly double the number of daily flights now that its South Terminal has reopened. The airport will ramp up its daily operations from 300 to around 570 flights. Stewart Wingate, Chief Executive at Gatwick Airport, said,
"A lot of work has gone into preparing our south terminal, and I would like to thank everybody involved as their combined efforts mean that today we are effectively opening a medium-sized airport overnight, which is no small task."