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Easyjet has confirmed it will move all its services to Gatwick’s north terminal.
The low-cost carrier said plans have started for the consolidation to a single terminal in Autumn 2016.
Easyjet said it hopes this will “create an easier and improved travel experience for passengers.”
“As our largest base Gatwick is of huge importance to Easyjet both strategically and for the millions of our passengers who travel through the airport every year,” said Easyjet’s CEO Carolyn McCall.
“Moving to one terminal creates the opportunity for Easyjet and Gatwick to plan and deliver an improved experience for our passengers always delivering on our ambition to make travel easy and affordable for all of our customers,” she added.
Easyjet started flying from London Gatwick in 1999 and now has 57 aircraft based there, operating on 109 routes. The airline flew over 16 million passengers to and from Gatwick in 2014 and has around 1400 cabin crew and 700 pilots operating from the airport.