British Airways London Gatwick Long Haul Route Network

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British Airways Lounge - London Gatwick South Terminal
British Airways Lounge – London Gatwick South Terminal (Credit: British Airways)

Here is the current status of BA’s long haul network at London Gatwick Airport.

Next summer, BA will add new services to Aruba, Guyana and Vancouver and reinstate seasonal services to Las Vegas.

You can also see our dedicated guide to BA’s London Heathrow long haul route network and short haul networks for London CityGatwick and Heathrow.

Caribbean

Antigua
Aruba – New route launches twice weekly via Antigua on 26 March 2023
Barbados – Winter seasonal flights operating until 16 April 2023
Grenada – Operates via Antigua & Saint Lucia

Kingston
Port of Spain – Operates via Saint Lucia; non-stop service starts 26 March 2023
Punta Cana
St Kitts – Operates via Antigua

St Lucia
Trinidad & Tobago – Operates via Antigua

United States

Las Vegas – Summer seasonal flights relaunch 26 March 2023
New York – Operating up to daily; suspended 16 January – 10 February 2023
Orlando – Operating up to twice daily
Tampa

Canada

Vancouver – New summer seasonal route launches 19 May 2023

Central & South America

Cancun
San Jose, Costa Rica – Winter seasonal route operating until 15 April 2023
Georgetown, Guyana – New route launches twice weekly via Saint Lucia on 27 March 2023

South Africa

Cape Town – Winter seasonal route operating until 24 March 2023

Indian Ocean

Mauritius

Middle East

Doha – Also flown by Qatar Airways

Routes Transferred To Heathrow

These routes have transferred to London Heathrow:

Bermuda – From 28 March 2021
Islamabad – From 2 August 2022
Male, The Maldives – From 16 October 2020
Providenciales – Operates via Nassau from 30 October 2022

Suspended Routes

These routes are suspended at Gatwick:

Columbo – Operated via Male, suspended 28 March 2015
Fort Lauderdale – Operated 6 July 2017 – 7 September 2019
Lima – Launched 4 May 2016, became summer seasonal in 2017, suspended in 2020
Montego Bay – Winter seasonal route operated between late 2020 and April 2022

Oakland – Operated 28 March 2017 – 13 October 2018
Toronto Pearson – Seasonal route launched 1 May 2018, suspended in 2020

Gatwick Ground Services

Check-in at the South Terminal opens at 03:00 and bag drop opens at 04:00 each day.

Passengers travelling in Club Europe & Club World as well as Bronze, Silver & Gold members of the Executive Club can check in bags any time after 04:00. All other passengers can check in bags up to two hours before their flight.

Overnight bag drop is available from 18:00 to 21:00 for flights departing before 13:00 the next day.

Check in closes 60 minutes before scheduled departure.

BA’s Club and First lounges are open.

Long Haul Aircraft

All BA long haul flights at Gatwick are operated with Boeing 777-200ER aircraft.

These are in a three class configuration, with no First Class cabin.

British Airways Club World (2006 Seat Design), Boeing 777-200 Aircraft
British Airways Club World (2006 Seat Design), Boeing 777-200 Aircraft (Image Credit: British Airways)

The Club World cabin features BA’s original “yin-yang” business class bed in a 2-4-2 configuration. There are no plans to add BA’s newest cabin, the Club Suite, to Gatwick aircraft.

BA World Traveller Plus cabin on LGW based Boeing 777 aircraft
BA World Traveller Plus cabin on LGW based Boeing 777 aircraft (Image Credit: British Airways)

Gatwick Boeing 777s were refurbished in 2018 and 2019 to add a larger World Traveller Plus premium economy cabin and to increase seating in World Traveller economy from 9 to 10 abreast.

Refurbished British Airways Boeing 777 World Traveller Cabin
Refurbished British Airways Boeing 777 World Traveller Cabin (Image Credit: British Airways)
BA World Traveller Plus Seat, London Gatwick based Boeing 777 aircraft
BA World Traveller Plus Seat, London Gatwick based Boeing 777 aircraft (Image Credit: British Airways)

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