Gatwick is the busiest single runway airport in the world and, as a consequence, airlines are forced to offer some very early departures.
(PRWeb UK) June 1, 2010
easyBus, the only direct airport transfer service operating to central London from Gatwick Airport North Terminal has now added a dedicated pick-up from Gatwick South Terminal. The new service is available to book now, for travel dates from 6th June and connects Gatwick with Earl's Court and West Brompton in central London. Departures are offered up to every 15 minutes and the journey takes just over an hour, with prices starting at £2 for early bookers travelling at off-peak times.
easyBus has also taken the opportunity to start the new timetable a full hour earlier, with departures from London starting at 3 a.m., making it the only dedicated London to Gatwick airport transfer service at this hour and has also increased frequency for travellers having to jet off early in the morning.
easyBus chief executive, Jonathan Crick, commented "Gatwick is the busiest single runway airport in the world and, as a consequence, airlines are forced to offer some very early departures. With our new 3 o'clock start from central London, with the added benefit of a direct service now to both terminals, easyBus is quite clearly the way to go if you're flying from Gatwick." Find out more about the new Gatwick South and North services to central London, prices and availability at easyBus.co.uk.
- easyBus was founded in 2004 by Stelios, the founder of easyJet.
- easyBus is for all airline travellers, whichever airline they fly with, not just for easyJet passengers.
- Over two and a half million passengers have travelled with easyBus since the travel brand first launched.
- easyBus operates fast non-stop airport transfers between central London and London Stansted, London Luton and London Gatwick (North and South terminals)
- easyBus tickets start from £2 online; the earlier travellers book online, the more they can save.
- Book online at http://www.easyBus.co.uk
- Follow easyBus on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/easyBus or on Facebook.
- You may also visit the easyBus blog and subscribe to RSS feeds at http://blog.easybus.co.uk
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