Gatwick Airport (LGW) is the second largest airport in England after London Heathrow Airport. It is the 10th busiest airport in Europe.
The airport was opened in 1933. It has two terminals: north terminal and south terminal. This airport provides free super-fast WiFi service anywhere within the airport. We are describing below how to connect
|Airport Name||Gatwick Airport or London Gatwick|
|City||Crawley, West Sussex, England.|
|WiFi Provider||Gatwick Airport Authority|
|Address||Crawley, West Sussex, England.|
Gatwick Airport Wifi
Free WiFi is available at any point within the Gatwick Airport. The Gatwick WiFi can be used on any device you prefer.
If you have multiple devices, like phones and laptops, you can access the internet using WiFi on all of those devices.
The SSID is ‘Free Gatwick Wi-Fi’
All you have to do is to find it and connect.
How to Connect Gatwick Free Wifi?
You can use Gatwick WiFi in these easy steps,
- Go to the Settings option of your device
- Find Wi-Fi under Wireless & Networks
- Turn on WiFi
- Look for SSID “Free Gatwick Wi-Fi”
- Click on the “get online now” button
- Enter your email address and your session will be started.
If you want super-fast wifi, then sign up to myGatwick. Use the same username and password for wifi login. Click Here to signup myGatwick
HOTLINE to contact Gatwick Airport
+44 344 892 0322
6th floor, Destinations Place
West Sussex RH6 0NP
Gatwick airport on social media
Is there WiFi at Gatwick Airport?
Yes, you can avail WiFi service at the airport.
Is Gatwick Airport WiFi free?
Yes, Gatwick Airport WiFi is completely free of charge.
Is Gatwick Airport free WiFi limited?
No, you can use it for as long as you want. There is no limit.
What is the maximum download speed?
For using superfast wifi, sign up to mygatwick we provided above
How many devices are allowed to connect?
There is no limit, you can connect as many devices as you need.
What’s the name of the network?
The network SSID is ‘Free Gatwick Wi-Fi’
What to do if I am not being able to connect?
You can contact any of the terminals. You can also try calling +44 344 892 0322 in case of any inconvenience.