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Gatwick has a Station underneath the South Terminal, allow 10 minutes to walk from the terminal to the station. You get between terminals for free by using the monorail link between the two buildings. This driverless and fully automated monorail link runs 24 hours between the South and North terminals. Both terminals have rail information desks and also facilities for purchasing tickets. You can also buy tickets in the station itself.
From here the non-stop service into London known as the Gatwick Express runs.
For more information on the Gatwick Express see the Gatwick to London Section

The station is part of the National Rail Network. The London tube/underground network does not extend as far as the airport. The Station  does however link with the tube service via the trains running into London.

National UK rail companies running services through Gatwick include:

First capital Connect (run the former Thameslink line)
15 minute intervals connecting out to:
Three Bridges > Balcombe > Haywards Heath > Wivelsfield > Burgess Hill > Hassocks > Preston Park > BRIGHTON
15 minutes intervals connecting to East Croydon, central London (King's Cross), Luton and Bedford.

15 minutes intervals connecting out to London Victoria. Hourly service at night.
Connections to East Croydon, Clapham Junction and Watford Junction.
see London transfer section for more details

Other UK destinations
Direct routes to Brighton, Eastbourne, Portsmouth and Southampton.
Connections to Brighton, Littlehampton, Chichester and Bognor Regis to the west and Eastbourne and Hastings to the east
Brighton > Hove > Lewes > Haywards Heath > Horsham > Crawley > Three Bridges > Gatwick Airport
Ashford International > Hastings > Eastbourne > Polegate > Seaford > Newhaven Town > Lewes > Brighton > Haywards Heath > Gatwick Airport
Southampton Central > Portsmouth Harbour > Portsmouth & Southsea > Havant > Chichester > Bognor Regis > Barnham > Worthing > Shoreham-By-Sea > Brighton > Gatwick Airport
view the Southern Railways website

South Eastern
Connections to Redhill, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.

Great Western Railway
Connections to Redhill, Guilford and Reading.

Virgin Trains Cross Country
Connections include Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh.
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