The topic of travelling still makes us somewhat uncomfortable and apprehensive. The thought of using the public bus, subway, or train still makes us anxious. The pandemic is still on the rise, but we must get out of our houses for important duties. You might even have been planning to visit your parents, but are unsure of the transportation system. Fear not, for Britway is here. We provide private taxi services from Bath to Gatwick that you can trust and opt for, all at reasonable costs. At Britway, we maintain a high level of hygiene and safety throughout your journey with us. Our cars are cleaned and sanitised before and after each ride so you can have an infection-free ride. We have restricted each of our drivers to only 2-3 rides daily, to minimise the rate of transmission. We also take good care of our drivers by checking their temperatures and other symptoms regularly. Since we strive to make your rides completely safe, we do expect you to follow the social distancing norms for the sake of both parties.Our security protocols are also of high standards, because your safety is of the utmost importance to us. Every car that we use is insured and authorised for transfer. Our drivers are the best at their jobs, as well as polite and well-mannered. They are here to make your trips smooth. Britway allows you to book your rides through our user-friendly website. If you have any problems handling the website, we are always available on call. Our cancellation procedures are also simple and hassle-free.
The journey from Bath to Gatwick
The famous ‘spa city’ of the ancient Romans and Georgians- Bath is a charming city in the valley of the River Avon, about 97 miles west of London. It is the largest city in Somerset and is densely populated. Bath is a well-known World Heritage Site, drawing in many tourists all year round. The city is also home to reputed institutions like the University of Bath, Bath College and others, attracting students from all over the world. The distance between Bath and Gatwick Airport is about 129.5 miles. You can choose to cover this distance via a bus, a train or even a town car, but the safest and the most convenient choice of transport will be a Britway Bath to Gatwick Taxi service. It is the fastest option available, as well as convenient, comfortable and cheap.
In how much time will we take you from Bath to Gatwick Airport
The average time taken to cover the distance of 129.5 miles is about 2 hr 20 mins, via the A303. This time depends on the traffic and congestion on the route when travelling. But you can trust our drivers to choose the best routes to ensure your timely arrival at the destination. Moreover, you don’t have to spend hours on the road looking for a ride anymore. At Britway, our drivers pick you up directly from your current location and drop you off at your selected terminal.
Cost of the ride
Our fares for Bath to Gatwick Taxis are reasonable and lower than those offered by our competitors. This trip will cost you around £150.00. Considering the distance between the two locations, and the quality of our services, this is not much. We offer you the privilege of booking your rides in advance from the comforts of your home and provide you with the best drivers. We also have great deals, discounts, and offers on each ride, further reducing your fares.
A glimpse of Gatwick Airport
With about 213,000 passengers every day, Gatwick Airport, or London Gatwick, is the second busiest international airport in the UK. It is in West Sussex, 29.5 miles south of Central London. Considered being the cheaper alternative of Heathrow, about 1,300 planes take off and land in this airport.
A brief history of Gatwick Airport
The world’s first airport with a direct railway link, Gatwick Airport’s history begins from the Surrey Aero Club- a small flying club used by flying enthusiasts. In 1934, this club was later transformed into a public aerodrome for regular air services to Paris. The London Croydon Airport also used it as a relief aerodrome. In 1935, the first terminal named ‘The Beehive’ was built at Gatwick. The Yorke Rosenburg Mardall architectural firm later designed this airport between the 1950s and 1980s. With the closing of the London Croydon Airport, Gatwick Airport started gaining more importance. Having flown over 78 million passengers in a single year (2017), Gatwick Airport is the tenth busiest airport in Europe.