A busy area in West Sussex, Gatwick is home to the famous and impressive London Gatwick Airport, the second largest international airport in the United Kingdom. Gatwick sees over 33 million people passing through the area every year and the development of the airport has been key to the development of villages, towns and cities around it. City Place Gatwick is a commercial office complex that is right in the middle of the action and there is always development work going on in the area to further boost the economy.
Gatwick is home to a number of travel-related businesses and airlines themselves. City Place Gatwick has a lot of office space that is taken up by courier and messenger services, tour operators and airline companies, while eateries and hotels occupy commercial space. Nestle UK has an office in Gatwick as do BDO International, GB Airways and Thomas Cook. Easy Jet, Aer Lingus and Monarch Airlines have offices in the area as well.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Gatwick has a limited range of entertainment due to the nature of the airport focused area. That said, Cineworld has a multi-screen facilities in the area for those looking to catch the latest flicks from across the globe. There are also a number of pubs where you can grab a drink or enjoy an evening out. Restaurants in Gatwick not only cater to the local working population and residents, but also to the entire travelling community that passes through the area. TGIF and Subway represent the many restaurant-chain outlets that are available in the area while most of the hotels in and around Gatwick also have restaurants of their own.
Gatwick Airport railway station, on the Brighton Main Line, connects travellers from London, Brighton and Portsmouth. Drivers and coaches can access the area via the M23 motorway and the M25. The A23 connects the area to Crawley while the A217 heads towards Reigate. London Gatwick Airport is the biggest air-transport link in the area and offers a huge number of flights to many destinations around the world. Transfers between the terminals in Gatwick Airport is carried out by an elevated people mover.