Britway taxi transfer services are here to keep you safe whilst travelling during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will ensure that your Hastings to Gatwick transfer is stress and hassle-free. Even booking with us has become easier, as you can just visit our website and go through a simple booking process. The payment process is now also quick and straightforward, with a number of different options available for your convenience.
We have recently restricted our transfer services to 2-3 per day per driver. To further ensure that we are safe everyday, we regularly monitor the health and the temperature of our service workers. Our drivers are well-mannered and contribute to making a safe environment by always cooperating with us.
You have the liberty to choose from a wide range of fully insured and authorised cars for your Hastings to Gatwick travel. As our focus is also being the safest travel for you, the employed cars are cleaned after every transfer.
Airport Taxi Transfer between Hastings and Gatwick
Hastings lies on the south-east coast of England and is known as a beautiful seaside town overlooking the English Channel. It is therefore no wonder that Hastings makes a popular tourist spot. Hastings also attracts students, due to the fact that there are many educational institutions nearby, such as the University of Brighton and East Sussex College.
Hastings is 50 miles away from Gatwick Airport. There are many modes of travel available for this route, and a train journey might prove to be the cheapest option for you. However, if you want a faster option, then our Britway private taxi transfer service is what we recommend. Apart from providing a fast and safe journey, Britway also takes care of all your luggage and makes your journey comfortable.
If you are travelling with friends or family, you might want to choose a car that fits everyone. With all your requirements in mind, we have different sizes of cars available, such as 4-seaters, 6-seaters and 8-seaters. You can choose your desired vehicle option during your booking process, and the precise drop-off and pick-up locations for your journey.
How long does a taxi journey from Hastings to Gatwick take?
Britway taxi will make you reach your destination in just 1 hours and 30mins, as our drivers always pick the best routes with the least traffic congestion. If you would like our operator to welcome you at your pick up location, you can opt for the ‘Meet and Greet’ option while booking your ride.
How much will the journey cost?
Your travel route from Hastings to Gatwick fare starts at £77.00. No extra charges for waiting time or delays during traffic congestion are applied onto your fare. With more than 10 years of service, we are familiar with types of services that make our customers happy.
Gatwick Airport is the tenth busiest airport in the world, known to serve over 46 million passengers every year. Gatwick has known to serve more than 200 destinations worldwide. Many airlines, including British Airways, EasyJet and China Airlines, operate at Gatwick. The top 3 destinations of Gatwick Airport are Barcelona, Dublin Airport and Málaga Airport.
Gatwick Airport is owned by Gatwick Airport Limited, which operates the airport too. Gatwick Airport covers a total of 674 hectares and has two interconnected terminals, one called North and other South. Both terminals have extra facilities, such as prayer and counselling rooms. A museum situated to the north-west of the airfield features original items and photographs of the history of Gatwick Airport and different military aircraft.
Gatwick Airport’s history goes back to 1930, when it was a Surrey Aero Club used by flying enthusiasts. In 1933, this aerodrome was approved for commercial flights by the Air Ministry. Two years later, in 1935, the first terminal,‘Beehive’, was built. The public services started being used by Paris and London Croydon Airport. During the years 1955 and 1988, most of the major buildings were designed by Yorke Rosenberg Mardall.
By the 1950s, Gatwick Airport had established itself to be London’s second airport, gaining a lot of airlines after the Queen officially opened the airport.
During the years from 1978 to 2008, Gatwick Airport was used as a primary airport by flights to and from the United States because of the restrictions implemented through an agreement regarding the use of Heathrow Airport. This agreement was between the UK and the US and is called the Bermuda II agreement.
In 2018, Gatwick Airport has completed its 60 years of serving passengers all over the world. Gatwick Airport has come a long way to be as successful as it is today, yet the effect of COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a plan of cutting over a quarter of its employees.