Does the Gatwick Airport have shops?
London Gatwick Airport offers a wide variety of shops at both North and South terminals. Once you’ve gone through passport control, you’ll find a selection of shops offering Duty-Free and Tax-Free shopping.
What shops does Gatwick have?
|Marks & Spencer||Before Security||06:00-23:30|
|Sunglasses Boutique||After Security||05:00-20:30|
|Sunglass Hut||After Security||05:00-20:30|
Can I buy duty free at Gatwick arrivals?
With Collect on Return, you can purchase your goods as normal at the airport, but Gatwick will then store these for you whilst you are away (given you’re travelling within the UK / EU). On your return, you can collect these from the Excess Baggage desks in the arrivals hall. No need to worry about space constraints!
Can you walk from Gatwick south to north terminal?
The two passenger terminals at Gatwick Airport are a long way apart; it is not possible to walk between them. There is a free monorail train service that shuttles between the two terminals every 2 or 3 minutes making journeys between the two terminals a breeze, even with luggage.
What terminals are open at Gatwick?
According to Gatwick Airport’s website, only the North Terminal is in use. “Our North Terminal is open for flight arrivals and departures and all flights to and from Gatwick are temporarily operating only from this terminal,” the website reads.
Does Gatwick have Covid testing?
Testing facilities at Gatwick This drive through centre located on Perimeter Road South (RH6 0PQ), offers Fit to Fly PCR and lateral flow tests if you’re flying out. You can also book non-vaccinated arrivals PCR Day 0-2 tests. You must book in advance.
What are the rules for duty free shopping?
- 42 litres of beer.
- 18 litres of still wine.
- 4 litres of spirits OR 9 litres of sparkling wine, fortified wine or any alcoholic beverage less than 22% ABV.
Can you go to duty free without flying?
Duty-free shops (or stores) are retail outlets that are exempt from the payment of certain local or national taxes and duties, on the requirement that the goods sold will be sold to travelers who will take them out of the country. Essentially, you can only buy goods duty-free if you’re about to export them.