As the continuous effects of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic continue, we are limiting our transfers 2-3 per day for each of our drivers, with the aim of reducing the spread of infection. Our focus now more than ever is to provide our customers safe and affordable travel. We monitor the health and temperatures of our drivers daily, looking out for any virus symptoms. Our cars are authorised for transfer and fully insured, and we disinfect them pre and post-ride. With such safety, you can expect Britway to provide you with a great, secure experience.As per restrictions and protocols, you will be required to wear masks and maintain social distancing norms.You can now book your ride online without any hassle via the Britway website. The booking procedure is simple and so is the payment process. If you have any issues or queries, please do call us or email us. You will find the contact details below. Airport Taxi Transfer between Reading and GatwickReading is a historic market town in Berkshire, South East England and is situated in the Thames Valley. The distance from Reading to Gatwick is 41 miles. Many different modes of travel are available for this short route, including trains. If you opt for a train journey, you can reach Gatwick without having to change trains.However, if you want a fast and hassle-free journey, we recommend that you choose a private taxi transfer with Britway. A private taxi service will be the most convenient for you if you are travelling with lots of luggage and elderly people. We offer 4-seaters, 6-seaters and 8-seaters, guaranteeing that we will always meet your individual travel needs. Your desired pick-up and drop-off locations can be set during the booking process as well.How long does a taxi journey from Reading to Gatwick take?Your transfer from Reading to Gatwick will be a short journey with our Britway transfer services. You will reach your destination in just 75 minutes, as our drivers always pick the best routes to minimise your time on the road.We also offer ‘Meet and Greet’ services, where our operator will be waiting to welcome you at the pickup location. How much will the journey cost? The travel route from Reading to Gatwick is quite a short distance, meaning the fare won’t burn a hole in your pocket. As well as this, with our affordable and reliable services, you don’t have to stress about the cost or quality of service.Your Reading to Gatwick rate starts from £71.00. We don’t apply a charge for your wait time and there are absolutely no hidden costs in the booking process.Gatwick SummaryGatwick Airport is operated by Gatwick Airport Limited. Although Gatwick Airport is not as busy as Heathrow Airport, it is known to serve over 46 million passengers. Airlines from Gatwick fly to over 200 destinations all around the world. Amongst these, the biggest is EasyJet, which serves around 19 million passengers. Each terminal of Gatwick Airport has many different facilities, including prayer rooms and counselling rooms. Both terminals, one called North and the other South, are interconnected. Sussex Police leads the general security of the AirportHistoryGatwick Airport started off as Surrey Aero Club, which was used by flying enthusiasts. This was until 1934. Later, it became a public aerodrome, which was used by London Croydon Airport. Gatwick Airport experienced its first scheduled flights flying to Belfast and Paris at this time.Gatwick Airport went on to become London’s second airport by the 1950s. It received a lot of airline connections as soon as the Queen officially opened the airport. British, American, African airlines were a few of the main airlines. The first terminal at Gatwick was nicknamed as ‘Beehive’ because of its shape.EasyJet began its first operation from Gatwick Airport in the 1990s, and this is when the North terminal was officially in use. Gatwick has gone through many changes over the course of its development. One of the most significant moments in Gatwick’s history is the fact that the number of movements was 900 on a single runway.Gatwick Airport has had 62 years of service until now, serving over 40 million passengers. During the years between 1978 and 2008, flights connected to the United States used Gatwick Airport exclusively instead of Heathrow Airport due to an agreement between the UK and United States Airways.