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Hot weather - always carry water with you

Travelling during hot weather

  • Always take a bottle of water with you - avoid dehydration
  • If you feel unwell, don't get on the train - seek help from a member of staff at the station or use the station Help Point
  • If you feel unwell while on the train - get off at the next stop and use the station Help Point

Sometimes, we have to alter our services during very hot weather. This can mean a change to service provision and/or speed restrictions put in place to minimise stressing the rails. Click here to find out more.

Traincrew shortages

Due to a staff shortage the following Gatwick Express services will be subject to cancellation this afternoon;

from Gatwick 16:20, 18:35 and 20:20

from London Victoria 15:29, 17:44 and 19:29 

We are sorry for the inconvenience this will cause you on your journey today, as an alternative to the above train services you may use your Gatwick Express tickets on alternative Southern train services between London and Gatwick Airport.

 

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General FAQs

How do I contact Gatwick Customer Service?
How do I make a booking for a wheelchair user?
How will I know if there is engineering work affecting my travel arrangements?
I have lost something on the train. Who do I contact?
Do you use cookies?
Do Southern/Gatwick Express make any charitable donations?
What discounts do children get?
What transport is available from London Victoria Station at night after the London Underground closes?


How do I contact Gatwick Customer Service?

Telephone: 0845 850 1530(Overseas +44 208 5282 900)

Email: customerservices@gatwickexpress.com

Calls charges
For 0845 numbers:
Calls charged up to 4p per minute on BT network (minimum fee 5.5p)
Mobile and other network costs may vary.

Write to:

Gatwick Express Customer Services
PO Box 10240
ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH
LE65 9EB

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How do I make a booking for a wheelchair user?
To make a booking for a wheelchair user, please call Customer Services on 0845 850 1530 (overseas +44 208 5282 900)

Your details will then be forwarded to our Assisted Travel team, who will deal with your request for a wheelchair space and contact you directly to confirm that these arrangements have been made. If a wheelchair space is not available on the train you have requested, you will be contacted and asked to select another time to travel.

If you have any further questions or specific needs, please contact our Assisted Travel team on:

Phone: 0845 850 1530
Fax: 0845 27 29 30 (Overseas: +44 208 5282 901)
Minicom: 0800 138 1018
Webforms: Contact us
Email: customerservices@gatwickexpress.com

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How will I know if there is engineering work affecting my travel arrangements?
Engineering work is planned well in advance and the information provided at the time of purchasing your train tickets should be up to date. Service disruption information is provided on gatwickexpress.com

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I have lost something on the train. Who do I contact?
If you lose something on one of our trains, please contact Gatwick Express Customer Services on 0845 850 1530.

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Do you use cookies?
We may collect and process anonymous information about your visit to our website, such as some of the pages you visit and some of the searches you perform. Such anonymous information is used by us to help improve the content of the site and to compile, for internal market-research purposes, aggregate statistics about individuals using it. In doing this, we may install cookies that collect the first-level domain name of the user (eg.,“bigmail.com” from an e-mail address john@bigmail.com) and the date and time of access.

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Do Southern/Gatwick Express make any charitable donations?
Southern will make a charitable donation of £1 for every annual season ticket sold online via the Gatwick Express website.

Currently Southern supports two charities:

  • Railway Children
  • Rockinghorse Appeal

The Railway Children provides food, shelter, healthcare and education for children living on the streets, while the Rockinghorse Appeal raises funds to make Sussex hospitals more child-friendly.

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What discounts do children get?
Child fares are available at half the adult flat fare between the ages of 5 – 15yrs.

Children under 5yrs travel for free.

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What transport is available from London Victoria Station at night after the London Underground closes?
There are night buses and taxi services available outside the front of the station. There is also a taxi rand directly above the Gatwick Express platforms.

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