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Gatwick to reopen South Terminal by March

British Airways Airbus A3219 at Gatwick
British Airways Airbus A3219 at Gatwick, © British Airways

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LONDON - Gatwick Airport has announced it will reopen its South Terminal in March - after nearly two years being dormant - to help meet the expected strong demand this summer and beyond as confidence in international travel returns.

Flights have been operating solely from the airport’s North Terminal since 15 June 2020 to save on costs, but activity will return to the South Terminal from Sunday 27 March, Gatwick said.

British Airways has already announced it will restart its short-haul services from Gatwick from 29 March, with 35 new European routes added. BA’s low-cost sister airline, Vueling, will also be expanding its operations, adding five new short-haul routes and basing three aircraft at Gatwick. 

Wizz Air will also significantly increase its operations from the airport with 18 new routes, while Easyjet, Gatwick’s biggest airline, has also taken up more slots and plan to fly their busiest flying schedule ever from the airport.
© aero.uk | 14/02/2022 14:56


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