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A smart alternative to London? Fly to Gatwick. 

Our non-stop service to London Gatwick on the A350*.

Travel on one of our daily flights to Gatwick and enjoy the modern comforts of our A350 and quick transfers to the city centre. You'll also easily connect to the delights of the south east of England – from royal castles and prehistoric sites, to seaside towns and maritime history. 

Your gateway to the centre of London

Fly on our A350 aircraft to Gatwick and discover its convenience in travelling to other destinations.

Traveller waiting at train station

When you’re at Gatwick airport, convenience and proximity are key. Whether you are in London for holiday or on a layover, you can quickly head to Victoria, with ease:

  • Gatwick Express which is only a 30-minute non-stop ride
  • Southern Railway trains in about 35 minutes

Book your flight

Take advantage of our special flight offers to Gatwick; or, plan your travels below.


Passengers departing the UK, and aged 12 to 15, are exempted from the UK Air Passenger Duty (APD) Tax. Passengers booking online can request an APD Tax refund by contacting the local reservations office or Global Contact Centres.

Booking of more than six passengers is currently not available online. Please contact your local reservations office.

Booking of more than four passengers is currently not available online. Please contact your local reservations office.


Explore Victoria – or the country beyond

Head straight to the heart of London to explore the historic Victoria – otherwise Gatwick is ideally located for excursions outside the city.

The department store Harrods

Extravagant shopping

The iconic department store Harrods has offerings from limited edition toys to luxury goods, and customised services, that make gift-giving or indulging yourself an easy feat. After your retail quest, satisfy your hunger pains in the Food Hall, at its seafood bars and patisserie stalls. Stroll down Old Brompton Road to discover gourmet food, wines, and florists, and delve into bookstores for literary treasures.

Award-winning afternoon tea at The Goring

Gastronomic cuisine

For the quintessential British experience, head to The Goring for its award-winning afternoon tea, which you can take alfresco or next to a crackling fire during colder months. But if Spanish food tickles your fancy, then drop by Ibérica Victoria for a contemporary twist on tapas. For a satisfying meal without breaking the bank, Vincent Rooms provides an immaculate setting with modern European fare.

Serpentine Galleries

Cultural exploration

At the V&A Museum, admire decorative arts and design spanning different cultures, and everyday topics for inquisitive minds – think theatre, photography, and contemporary engineering. Every summer, the temporary Serpentine Pavilion, built by famed architects, plays host to art and music events – join for creative inspiration. If lively Broadways are your calling, then snap up tickets to award-winning shows like Wicked and Billy Elliot.

Victoria Memorial

Impressive landmarks

Take in the serene setting of Hyde Park and be swept away by wide archways and columns at Hyde Park Corner. Stop by Victoria Memorial – which pays homage to Queen Victoria – and then enter the Buckingham Palace, a Royal residence where court ceremonies or official duties are carried out. Hear the chiming of the Big Ben and stumble upon Westminster Cathedral, with its Byzantine mosaics and marble columns – a sanctuary for reflection.

Front hall of The Goring

Amazing accommodation

Right next to Victoria station, The Grosvenor Hotel, with Baroque and French Renaissance undertones, is grand on its own. In the upscale neighbouring Belgravia, The Goring, offering refined décor and service for more than a decade, is the epitome of luxury, as even the Royal family frequents. Another nearby find, St. James’ Court retains its classic design and the courtyard-facing rooms offer a pleasant view to wake up to.


Beyond London

Set off on a day trip out of London. Marvel at the prehistoric Stonehenge as the massive upright stones tower proudly over you before heading to the Roman Baths, a site for public bathing in the past where natural hot springs existed, and exploring architecture in Bath, a World Heritage city. For literature fans, allow your imagination to turn back to Shakespeare’s birthplace, in Stratford-upon-Avon.

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Photos in items 2 and 5 provided by The Goring