Our main airports
Below you will find some information about our main GBAIR bases or airports we fly to on a regular basis.
Our main hub is London Gatwick Airport, it consists of 2 terminals & is one of the UK's biggest airports & one of the worlds busiest single runway airports.
Central London is connected to the airport by train in just 30 minutes.
All GBAIR flights depart from the North Terminal.
London Gatwick is the main hub and base for GBAIR with the majority of our aircraft fleet based here and our most extensive range of destinations and connection possibilities.
Manchester is one of the UK's busiest airports, it has a total of 3 terminals & 2 runways. Located in the North West, the airport has good transport links to the City of Manchester, Liverpool and beyond. The airport has an onsite rail,bus & coach terminus.
GBAIR uses Terminal 2 at Manchester Airport, which is currently having transformation works to create a super hub terminal - eventually replacing Terminal 1.
Manchester was the chosen launch airport & main base for GBAIR in 2012 and remains our second largest base today as well as our secondary hub.
Luton is the UK's 5th busiest airport it serves Bedfordshire and the greater London suburbs. It is located just 25 miles from UK capital. The airport is served by a rail parkway station which connects the airport with St Pancras rail terminal in just 22 minutes. In 2015 the airport was used by more than 12 million passengers.
The Airport only has 1 terminal and check in area - handling all scheduled flights.
Leeds Bradford Airport serves the UK's largest County, Yorkshire. It has just 1 terminal & yet handles over 4.5 million passengers a year. It is located 15 minutes from the City's of Leeds & Bradford and has regular bus connections to both.
The airport has 2 check in halls, A & B. Hall A is used for the majority of GBAIR services, flights operated on our larger Boeing 787 aircraft use Hall B. All destinations use the main international departure lounge - the entrance is located adjacent to Hall A.
Bristol serves the South West region of England and is rapidly expanding with new routes and terminal facilities. The Airport is connected to Bristol City Center & its Rail Station by regular bus services taking 25 minutes.
The Airport has 1 terminal featuring a large check in concourse for all carriers.
Located 5 miles from the City of Newcastle - it is the UK's 10th busiest airport. The airport is connected to the city by regular Metro & Bus services.
The Airport has 1 terminal featuring a main check in concourse used by all carriers.
Scotland's busiest airport handles 10 million passengers a year through its single terminal building. Located 5 miles from the city, the airport is connected by regular bus & tram services.
The Airport has one main check in hall & terminal used by all carriers.
Belfast International (Aldergrove) is Northern Irelands busiest airport with international, short haul and regional flights. It is located just over 11 miles from the City of Belfast and is often referred to as Aldergrove airport. The airport is well served by road, bus & rail links.
The Airport has one terminal & main check in hall used by all carriers.
Dublin is the main international airport of Ireland, just over 5 miles from the Capital City Dublin. Operated by DAA, it serves over 25 million passengers a year. Dublin also offers US Border Pre-Clearance. The airport is well connected with Bus, Metro & Taxi services.
Dublin Airport has 2 main terminals - GBAIR operate from terminal 2
Eleftherios Venizelos is the busiest airport in Greece and was opened March 2001, it serves over 18 million passengers a year. GBAIR commenced direct US services from Athens in 2015 under the EU/US open skies agreement as Greece no longer had a national carrier with intercontinental routes. The airport is well connected to public transport by road with regular bus and taxi services as well as an adjacent rail station.
GBAIR uses Hall A & Area A for departures from Athens
New York - Stewart International
New York - Stewart International (formerly Stewart-Newburgh) is located in the Hudson Valley 60 miles north of New York City. It is operated by the Port Authority and is a quieter alternative to the hub airports that serve the New York area. The airport is connected to New York city and beyond by rail from nearby Beacon station or directly by coach to New York city with Coach USA's 'Stewart Airport Express' service.