Milton Keynes to Gatwick Taxi | Airport Transfer
All of your travel needs will be taken good care of by our car services at Britway Airport Transfer. We have a broad list of cars and other vehicles for you to choose from, meeting all your individual travel needs. You won’t have to worry about the safety of our taxi rides or reaching your destination late. We promise you that it will be a convenient and memorable experience when you travel with our services.
We have been taking extra precautionary measures to manage virus transmission rates ever since the unforeseen outbreak reached us. Our vehicles are all washed and sanitised pre and post every transfer. The workers and drivers at Britway always aim to improve your experience with us. We frequently check the temperatures of our drivers and potential COVID-19 symptoms, thereby ensuring your safety during these difficult periods.
When booking a ride with us, you will not have the slightest problem. Users can book their trip directly on our website for a trouble-free ride. You can also call or email us to make your bookings. All our drivers, are experienced and reliable, working to make your journeys easy and secure.
Airport Taxi Transfer between Gatwick Airport and Milton Keynes
The distance from Milton Keynes to Gatwick is 91 miles. The journey from Milton Keynes to Gatwick Airport can take a long time, which is why there are also trains available for this route. However, these are only available at specific times and one has to therefore plan their journey around these times beforehand. This may not always be very convenient for a passenger who has to travel to places after being given short notice, and cannot afford to be late. This is why booking a private taxi for a journey from Milton Keynes to Gatwick is the best option in terms of convenience, comfort and cost.
The time it will take you for a journey between Milton Keynes and Gatwick
When we talk about making your journey as easy and comfortable as possible, we also want to make it as fast as possible, keeping in mind that a journey should not cost the passenger any more of their time than is required. It can take almost 2 hours and 15 minutes if one travels via train, and the bus takes up to 4 hours.
But with a personal taxi, the time for this journey can be reduced to 2 hours, and we at Britway strive to make sure you reach your destination with plenty of time to spare. Our drivers always pick the best routes with the least amount of traffic and congestion to limit your time on the road.
Cost of our services
We always keep in mind that the costs of our services should be fair to the customers, whilst also giving them the most comfortable and safest experience ever. We take all the security measures against COVID-19 at no extra cost. We have also made the booking process as transparent as possible, so that passengers are satisfied with the value they get for their money. One will notice that the prices are reasonable even if the journey is very long, such as the one from Milton Keynes to Gatwick is.
The journey from Milton Keynes to Gatwick will cost you about £115.00.
Gatwick – At a glance
Gatwick Airport is also known as London Gatwick. It is one of the major airports located from the south of Central London but it is unique among all the airports as it has all the three kinds of planes flying to and from it. It operates as a single-runway airport, although it has two runways. The second is only used when the first is out of service.
The airport security is ensured by the district police of Sussex. The police take care of Security within the airport, the aircraft and even when the aircraft is flying.
Gatwick – A look back at the history
In the late 1920s, the land on which Gatwick Airport stands was first established as an aerodrome. In 1933, the Air Ministry approved commercial flights from the site, and in 1935, the first terminal, The Beehive, was constructed. Air services scheduled from the new terminal started the following year. During the 1950s, major construction work at the airport took place. The airport buildings were constructed between 1955 and 1988 by Yorke Rosenberg Mardall.
British United Airways (BUA) and Dan-Air were two of Gatwick’s main independent British airlines in the 1960s, with BUA establishing itself as the dominant scheduled airport operator and offering a huge number of non-scheduled airport services and Dan-Air becoming the leading provider of inclusive tour charter services.
Now the airport is owned by the British Airways with approximately 56 airlines and it has carried over 45 million passengers, having completed 60 years since Queen Elizabeth II officially inaugurated the Gatwick airport.