Content: Our airport transfer services are now limiting transfers to 2-3 per day to reduce the rate of COVID-19 infection transmission. Our drivers are doing a great job, compared to other taxi services, ensuring to adhere to COVID-19 safety protocols at all times and checking for signs and symptoms regularly. We monitor the health and temperature of our service workers at regular intervals and encourage them to follow social distancing norms. However, we also expect cooperation from your side as a customer as well. Due to the nature of this pandemic, we would encourage you to follow the safety precautions and maintain social distancing norms. You can now use our website for advanced bookings. With our website’s user-friendly interface, you can choose from a variety of different car models and pick up locations when making your booking. All the cars we use are in good condition and authorised for passenger transfer. Airport Taxi Transfer between Oxford and GatwickThe distance from Oxford to Gatwick Airport is about 63 miles, meaning your journey will not be that long. You can reach Gatwick Airport by different modes of transportation. However, if you have luggage and kids with you, we recommend that you choose private taxis for your Oxford to Gatwick transfer. This is the fastest and easiest mode of travel for you. During your booking process, you can choose a 4-seater, 6-seater, or an 8-seater vehicle; whichever suits your needs best. If you have any queries regarding our services, please do not hesitate to get in contact with us. How long does a taxi journey from Oxford to Gatwick take?With our fast private transfer services, you will be able to travel from Oxford to Gatwick in about 2 hours, depending on traffic and congestion. Our drivers always pick the best routes, in order to ensure you reach your destination with plenty of time to spare. While booking, you can opt for our ‘Meet and Greet’ option, and our operator will be waiting for you at your location. How much will the journey cost? We at Britway recognise the importance of keeping costs as low as possible, and ensure that we don’t burn a hole in your pocket to provide reliable and safe services. Our airport transfer services are affordable, and provide a comfortable journey. Our standard fare starts from £100.00.We neither charge extra for waiting time, nor for extra COVID-19 safety precautions. We have been in this business for more than 10 years, and our clients prefer our services and constantly return for them. We also provide special discounts and offers throughout the year, making the fares even cheaper! Our customers appreciate the humble and polite behaviour of our drivers. Gatwick SummaryGatwick Airport is one of the major international airports and is the 10th busiest airport in Europe. Gatwick Airport’s ownership lies with Gatwick Airport Limited, which also operates the airport. Gatwick Airport serves over 200 destinations in over 70 countries.EasyJet Airlines is the biggest airline in Gatwick carrying over 19 million passengers. The top flight destination of Gatwick Airport in Barcelona.There are additional facilities available at Gatwick, including multi-faith prayer and counselling rooms in each terminal. Gatwick Airport has two terminals, both of which have shops and restaurants. The terminals are called North and South, and are connected by a two-way automated people mover land-side.HistoryGatwick started its journey in 1930 as Surrey Aero Club. This was exclusively used by flying enthusiasts until 1934. After that, it was licensed as a public aerodrome. This is first meant for providing services to Paris and London Croydon Airport. In the same year, Gatwick started having the scheduled flights flying to Belfast and Paris.In the 1950s, Gatwick Airport was designated as London’s second airport. After the airport was officially opened by the Queen, it gained lots of airlines including British, European, American, African airlines. In the 1990s the North terminal was officially opened, and Easyjet began its operations. Gatwick Airport has gone through tremendous changes and by 2014, it handled over 900 movements in a single runway. This was considered a record because it was the first time for a commercial airport to handle such a number of movements. In the year 2018, Gatwick Airport celebrates its 60th anniversary since the Queen officially opened the airport. Over these 60 years, Gatwick Airport has risen from 186,000 passengers to over 40 million passengers and their network has now risen to over 60 routes. Gatwick Airport was used for many years for flights from and to the United States instead of Heathrow Airport, because of an agreement between the UK and the US airways. Talks about launching services by Delta Air Lines between Gatwick and Logan International Airport have been going on before COVID-19, plans which are now on hold.