Ethiopian Airlines has announced that it will return to London Gatwick this November.
Air India has announced that it will begin flying to London Gatwick Airport. This decision comes as the airline is prioritising London Heathrow operations for flights from just two Indian cities while also increasing nonstop flights to the London area.
Delta Airlines has announced that it is expanding its European network with two new destinations for Summer 2023. In addition to this, the airline will also be resuming previously-served routes.
After announcing nonstop flights from Oslo to New York JFK, Los Angeles, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, the low-cost carrier has now announced that it will launch nonstop flight between London Gatwick and New York JFK this August.
London Gatwick Airport has announced that it will offer 50-flights-a-week to Canada this summer. These include flights to destinations such as Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Halifax and Quebec City.
American airline JetBlue has announced new flights from Boston to London Heathrow and Gatwick airports. These flights will complement the carrier’s existing flights from New York to London Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Qatar Airways has announced that it will resume flights to London Gatwick in June 2022 for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Low cost carrier Ryanair has announced its largest ever Summer schedule from its 3 London airports – London Gatwick, London Luton and London Stansted.
Vueling has announced that it will launch 5 new routes from London Gatwick Airport. The announcement comes as the competition among the low-cost carriers at London Gatwick is intensifying, with Wizz Air recently announcing a significant expansion at the airport and British Airways announcing a new Gatwick-based low-cost subsidiary called ‘British Airways Euroflyer’.