The pandemic is subsiding, but the risk is still not low. You are still unsure and apprehensive of travelling, and rightly so. Many people are not following social rules and regulations, which makes the idea of using public transport unsafe. But you can’t keep yourself locked up at your home any longer- life has already started picking up from where it left. Thus Britway is here to resolve all your worries. We provide safe private taxi services from Canterbury to Gatwick, at a reasonable cost. At Britway, we strive to provide the safest mode of transportation to you. We maintain a strict code of hygiene and cleanliness. We wash and sanitize our cars before and after each ride so you can have a safe journey. We also keep a check on the temperature and health of our drivers and service workers to make sure we work in an infection-free environment. Our drivers work on only 2-3 rides daily to reduce the transmission rate. Since you get the best of our services, we expect you to adhere to social distancing norms for the benefit of both parties. To ensure that you have a comfortable and hassle-free journey, we also maintain a high standard of security protocols. All our cars are insured and authorized to transfer. We have the best-trained drivers at work. They are not only good at their job, but are also well-mannered and sophisticated. You can book a ride with us through our official website. It is simple and user-friendly. Or you can simply call us! Britway also has easy cancellation procedures.
Taxi transfer between Canterbury and Gatwick
Canterbury is a historically rich city that is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is located in southeast England, about 67 miles from London, in the county of Kent. Popularly known as the cathedral city, it still retains much of its medieval essence. England’s largest medieval gateway in Canterbury, which is nearly 640 years old, attracts history lovers from all around the world. The distance between Canterbury and Gatwick Airport is about 64.7 miles. You can opt for buses, trains, or town cars to cover this distance. But none of them will be as safe and fast as Britway Canterbury to Gatwick taxi service. It is not only safe and convenient, but also the most comfortable option.
The time duration of your journey from Canterbury to Gatwick Airport
The distance between Canterbury and Gatwick is roughly about 65 miles via the M25. The distance is subject to change depending on the chosen route. It usually takes about 1 hr and 15 mins to cover this, on days with normal traffic. If the congestion increases, so will the duration of the journey. But you can trust our competent drivers to choose the fastest and most convenient routes to help you reach your destination on time. Britway also lets you select a pickup location to keep you from waiting for long hours on the road, looking for a ride.
Pocket-pinch of the ride
A private ride from Canterbury to Gatwick will cost you around £80.00. This might seem a little on the higher end, but if you consider the distance between the two places and the quality of service we offer, it is not much. Rather, it is much lower than most of our competitors. We allow you to choose your ride from a variety of 2, 4, and 8 seaters- all from the comforts of your home. We also have great offers and discounts in store for you that further reduce the cost.
An insight into Gatwick Airport
Also known as the London Gatwick, Gatwick Airport is the second busiest international airport in the UK, after Heathrow. Located in West Sussex, 29.5 miles south of Central London, it has an average footfall of 213,000 passengers daily. Each day over 1,300 planes take off and land in this airport. We generally consider it as a cheaper alternative to Heathrow.
Looking back at Gatwick Airport
Designed by the Yorke Rosenburg Mardall architectural firm between the 1950s and 1980s, Gatwick Airport’s history began with a small flying club named Surrey Aero Club. It was initially used by flying enthusiasts, but later got permission to be transformed into a public aerodrome for regular air services to Paris. Gatwick is the world’s first airport with a direct railway link. The first terminal named ‘The Beehive’ was built here, in 1935. When the London Croydon Airport closed, Gatwick’s importance was on the rise. It gradually became the tenth busiest airport in Europe, having flown over 78 million passengers in the year 2017.