Exeter to Gatwick Taxi | Airport Transfer
About the service
Airport transfers from Exeter to Gatwick with our private taxi services offer you the cheapest, fastest and safest travel. You can now book your ride with us through our website, with an easy user interface, you won’t have a problem with the booking and payment process. We can assure you with our highest standards of security and comfortability so that you can make most out of your journey.
To avoid the possible transmission of COVID-19, we are taking all the precautionary measures and encourage all the social distancing norms. The cars we employ for transfer are sanitized before and after every ride. We have limited the transfer to 2-3 per day.
The nature of this pandemic requires cooperation from all, and so we request you to follow the basic safety protocols as well. Our drivers are polite and follow all the basic safety norms to make the experience safer for everyone too.
Airport Taxi Transfer between Exeter and Gatwick
Exeter is a city in South West England, also known for a public research university, the University of Exeter. The distance from Exeter to Gatwick Airport is about 190 miles.
The route from Exeter to Gatwick provides many modes of transfer, like trains, buses and taxis. However, in case you have extra luggage and kids with you, a private taxi will be the best choice in terms of convenience and comfort. During your booking process, you will be able to choose a 4-seater, 6-seater or an 8-seater based on your requirements. You can call us or email us anytime if you are facing any issues during your booking process.
How long does a taxi journey from Exeter to Gatwick take?
While most other modes of travel will take you over 4 hours for your transfer, with our fastest private taxi services, you can reach your destination in 3 hours 25 minutes. Our drivers always pick the routes with the least travel and congestion, decreasing travel time.
If you choose the ‘Meet and Greet’ option, you will be greeted by our operator at your pick up location.
How much will the journey cost?
The travel route from Exeter to Gatwick is quite a long distance, but we are committed to providing you with affordable services. We assure you that compared to other taxi services in the UK, we will prove as the cheapest option for you. Our standard fees start from £215.00.
We don’t charge you extra for waiting time, however, please note that parking charges might apply. With more than 10 years of experience, our customers are returning customers.
Gatwick Airport has the name of being one of the busiest airports in Europe, also one of the major international airports. Gatwick is operated and owned by Gatwick Airport Limited. Gatwick Airport is known to serve over 200 destinations over 70 countries. The biggest airlines service of Gatwick Airport is EasyJet Airlines, which carries around 19m passengers, while the top destination is Barcelona.
Gatwick Airport has a number of facilities at each terminal, including have prayer rooms and counselling rooms. The general security of Gatwick Airport is led by Sussex Police. The two terminals of Gatwick airport are known as North and South terminals, which are connected by mover landside.
The rich history of Gatwick Airport starts in 1930, where it was known as Surrey Aero Club. Until the year 1934, this place was used by the flying enthusiasts exclusively. Later, it was used as a public aerodrome. This aerodrome at first was intended to provide services to Paris and London Croydon Airport. Gatwick’s first scheduled flights were flying to Belfast and Paris.
Gatwick Airport became London’s second airport by the 1950s. A lot of airlines started being a part of Gatwick Airport after the Queen officially opened it. Some of those airlines were British, American and African.
The North terminal was officially opened in the 1990s, and this is when EasyJet began its operations.
Gatwick Airport has gone through a lot of changes and by 2014, it was able to handle over 900 movements in a single runway. This record is significant to Gatwick’s history because it is not common for a commercial airport to handle this much movement in a single runway.
Gatwick Airport has recently celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2018. The 60 years has changed Gatwick a lot in terms of passenger numbers, which has risen to over 40 million and their network to 60 routes.
Flights to and from the United States used Gatwick Airport for many years from 1978 to 2008, instead of Heathrow, because of an agreement between the UK and the United States airways.