Gatwick Airport expects 1m passengers over Easter
Mon, 06 Apr, 2009
Gatwick Airport and its car parking facilities are set to welcome more than a million passengers over the school holidays.
This number of travellers is expected to pass through the facility from April 3rd to 14th and they will be able to take advantage of a wide range of services and retailers within the complex.
New outlets inside the south terminal include designer shoe shop Kurt Geiger and the fashion brand All Saints. Those who are interested in all the latest gadgets might want to browse around Dixons, which has recently opened, too.
Commercial director at the airport Mike Luddy remarked it is an exciting time to travel through Gatwick.
"We are delighted that our passengers will be able to take advantage of popular fashion lines all at airport prices, as well as being able to experience the brand new food concepts," he commented.
Last week, consumers were warned that between April 5th and May 22nd, the south terminal would be closed to traffic due to work being done as part of the £1 billion investment to improve the facilities and security measures.