Cheap Flights from London to Gibraltar
Flight information London to Gibraltar
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Average flight time, total distance 1098 miles
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Flights from London to Gibraltar
This information is correct as of January 2016
Airlines that fly from London to Gibraltar
British Airways, Monarch and EasyJet all provide direct flights from London to Gibraltar. British Airways flights depart from London Heathrow Airport, Monarch Flights depart from London Luton Airport and EasyJet flights depart from London Gatwick Airport.
London Heathrow has four terminals. British Airways flights to Gibraltar depart from Terminal 3. The airport advises passengers on European flights to arrive two hours before their scheduled flight departure time. Check-in desks for Terminal 3 are located on the ground floor.
Terminal 3 is home to a variety of eating, drinking and shopping options. For a little retail therapy there’s Burberry, Cartier and Chanel as well as high street favourites like Boots and WHSmith. You can get a sandwich at Bite or a more substantial meal at the Bridge Bar and Lounge. Passengers will also find a currency exchange, a duty free store and a premium lounge.
London Luton Airport
London Luton Airport has just one terminal. Passengers who want to speed up their journey through security can purchase a Fast Track Pass for a small fee. This pass allows you to bypass longer security queues.
In the departures lounge there is a currency exchange, internet stations and free Wi-Fi. There are lots of retail outlets including Boots, Accessorize and Dixons Travel, as well as some great food stops including Pret A Manger, Benugo and Frankie & Bennie’s.
London Gatwick is split between North and South terminals. EasyJet flights for Gibraltar depart from the North Terminal. The airport advises passengers on European flights to arrive three hours before their scheduled flight departure time.
Once you’re through to the North Terminal departure lounge you’ll find shops like Ted Baker and Cath Kidston, and eateries like Wagamama and Jamie’s Italian. There is also a currency exchange, a premium lounge and free Wi-Fi available.
There is just one terminal at Gibraltar Airport. In the arrivals hall, you’ll find an information desk where you can find out about onward travel and local attractions. There’s also a duty free store located next to baggage reclaim, a cash machine next to the information desk and free Wi-Fi available throughout the airport. The arrivals hall is also home to car hire companies including Avis and Autos Aguirre.
Outside the airport, there’s a taxi rank offering services within Gibraltar. If you’re planning on travelling into Spain, you’ll find another taxi stand to the right of the border exit on Av. Principe de Asturias, a short walk from the airport.
A bus service also departs from the Airport/Frontier stop located on Winston Churchill Avenue, a two minute walk from the terminal building. The Service No. 5 bus stops here and travels from the airport into the main centre of Gibraltar, leaving every 15 minutes.
What to Expect in Gibraltar
Gibraltar has four distinct seasons but enjoys warm weather all year round. In the summer temperatures reach the mid-twenties and beyond, whilst during even the coldest winter months they rarely drop into single figures. For June, July and August rain is pretty much non-existent in Gibraltar but if you’re travelling in December, you’re likely to experience some rainy days.
Prices in Gibraltar are much cheaper than in London and it’s a popular place for duty free shopping. You can expect to pay £47.00 for a mid-range three course meal for two, £2.80 for a bottle of beer and £1.25 for a one way journey on public transport.
Gibraltar is one hour ahead of the UK.
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