London is one of the most visited cities from people all over the world, but how do they get here? London’s airports are some of the busiest in the UK and see over 100 million people every year. We have generated a list of London’s airports, giving you everything you need to know about some of the busiest airports in the world.

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The UK’s most occupied airport, Heathrow

Heathrow itself sees 70 million passengers every year, which is six million more than the actual UK population. Heathrow employs over 76, 0000 people, which has a bigger population than some counties in England – such an astonishing, yet powerful statistic.

Not many people know this, but Heathrow actually has a sixth terminal, which is only opened on special occasions such as the royals landing, heads of state or a-list celebrities. Seems like we’ll have to keep this one on the down-low.

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There are hundreds of available services throughout Heathrow, and one of the most popular is airport parking. Using airport parking will allow you to drive to catch your flight, rather than finding another means of transport, such as a train or coach, meaning you’ll be more comfortable. To check out quotes, see this website www.heathrowparking.com.

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The 6th busiest international airport

Gatwick Airport is the UK’s largest and most used airport. It is also the 6th busiest international airport, seeing 30 million passengers every year.

What facilities are there at Gatwick airport?

Everything you ever need, you will find at Gatwick airport. Gatwick covers all required areas meaning you can spend your time at the airport comfortably and hassle free. Contact us if you need more information.

  • Money: There are Bureaux de Change facilities at both Gatwick terminals for departures and arrivals.
  • Food: There are a variety of restaurants for you to choose from. There are also bars and cafes if you fancy something different.
  • Shopping: There are many shops to choose, including fashion boutiques, souvenirs, news agents and duty free.

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