Flights departing from London
Being the busy city that London is, it comes as no surprise that it has five international airports, these being: Heathrow, Gatwick, London City, Luton and Stansted. Gatwick is the second busiest airport in London. It has two terminals, namely North and South. It is a single runway airport - in fact, it proudly adds to its accolades that it is the busiest single runway in the world.
While waiting for your flight to set off, you can chill in style at the departure lounge with a cup of coffee and a bite to eat. For the enthusiasts jetting off to Denmark, flights from Gatwick to Copenhagen will kick-start the journey.
Getting to London airport
Gatwick Airport is located in West Sussex, approximately 45km away from London. From London to the airport one can use the Gatwick Express; it is the fastest mode of transport. These trains come at intervals of 15 minutes. If you are rushing to get flights to Copenhagen from London, you need not worry as the Gatwick Express will get you to the airport on time. Alternatively, you can use a coach to get to Gatwick Airport.
The National Express coach, which comes at intervals of 30 minutes, can be found at Victoria Coach Station. However, they do take longer than the Gatwick Express, so take a coach early enough before your flight.