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Travelodge runs shuttle buses. Fares are £3.00 per adult, one way and £1.50 per child (5-15 years old), one way.You will have to call up the hotel to let them know that you are waiting at the pick up point. It is a long way from the airport, not a walking distance by any standards especially when you have luggage. Getting a taxi would be cheaper if you are ...


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Looking at google maps, it appears to be possible to go from the airport to the train station, and take a footpath North West towards Riverside Garden Park. Switching to google streetview, there is a footpath along the North East side of London Road which can be followed to the North West towards the Travelodge at the junction of London Road and Povey Cross ...


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The travel lodge looks a little far away to me, however having recently dropped off my car for parking directly outside the Premier Inn I can confirm that both the Premier Inn and the Sofitel are onsite and easily accessible from the terminal by foot (I was using the North Terminal but it's also pretty easy to get between terminals on the inter-terminal ...


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The fastest form of transportation from Gatwick to Heathrow is undoubtedly a helicopter transfer. HEATHROW TO GATWICK (or reverse) UP TO 4 PASSENGERS | Flight Time: 00:25 (hh:mm) | Eurocopter EC120 £1,650 + VAT Helicopter Transfers London Alternative providers are Battersea Helicopters, Charter-A Ltd and Excel. Transit time should be ...


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Since someone has already answered "what is the best", I will answer "what is the fastest". The answer used to be the Airlink helicopter transfer [15 minutes, £12 each way]. [Edit: apparently the answer is still the helicopter, but now the price is bigger.] The fastest right now (without chartering a helicopter) is probably the Virgin Limobike. You won't be ...


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Your best option would normally be the National Express bus that runs directly between Gatwick and Heathrow (Terminals 2/3, from where you can connect to the other terminals if needed). At that time of day it runs every 10-20 minutes, and takes a little over an hour. Your baggage will not be transferred - you'll need to collect it at Gatwick, take it on the ...


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No. Your luggage will not be transferred as you are connecting on the ground between two different airports. If you are travelling on a single ticket, you will still be protected and able to rebook in case of any inbound delays. British Airways - by far the largest carrier serving both airports - for example has the following to say: You must collect ...



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