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The South Terminal at London Gatwick Airport is to reopen.
The South Terminal will reopen for passenger flights from the start of the summer 2022 season on Sunday 27 March 2022. The South Terminal closed in June 2020 with all flights consolidated in the North Terminal.
Airlines expected to operate from the South Terminal this summer include Aer Lingus, Air Baltic, BA, Eastern Airways, Norwegian and Vueling.
The terminal will reopen on a phased basis. The exact start dates for individual airlines may vary. Readers can check the terminal guide on the Gatwick Airport website for the most up to date information.
Currently, all BA long haul and short haul flights are due to operate from the South Terminal from Tuesday 29 March.
For BA passengers, this should coincide with at least a partial reopening of its lounges at Gatwick.
Eastern Airways has confirmed it will move to the South Terminal from 27 March.
easyJet will also return to a split terminal operation at Gatwick. The has leased a large number of slots from BA this summer. Due to its expanded schedule, some flights will operate from the South Terminal.
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