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1.1. These terms and conditions ("terms") govern your viewing and use of this website (the "website") which is owned and operated by GAL. For the purposes of these terms "we", "our" and "us" refers to GAL.
1.2. GAL makes this website available to you to provide information about its business, London Gatwick and the services available at the airport. We also work with various partners to bring you details about travel services that may interest you. Through this website, you can buy several products and services such as car parking and lounge spaces. The terms applicable to those sales will be made clear to you before you make an order.
1.3. These terms only apply to your viewing of this website. If you use a link on this website to visit one of our partner websites, your viewing of that website and any purchases made through it will be subject to separate terms and conditions.
1.4. Please read these terms carefully. If you access the website, we will assume that you agree to the terms. If you do not agree with these terms, do not access or use the website.
1.5. Gatwick Airport Limited is a private limited company registered in England under Company Number 01991018. Our postal address is Gatwick Airport Limited, 5th Floor, Destinations Place, Gatwick Airport, West Sussex RH6 0NP. GAL's VAT registration number is GB 974838854.
2.1. We work to ensure that the flight details shown on the website are accurate and up to date.
2.2. Please note that the flight arrivals and departures screen contains the scheduled arrival and departure times of most flights. We can only update these screens once the airlines have told us that a flight is early, delayed or cancelled. We are not able to guarantee the accuracy of that information. We always advise phoning the airline before your flight if you have concerns it may have been cancelled or delayed.
2.3. We do our best to ensure that flight destination and timetable information on the website is accurate and up to date. However, we rely on the airlines and other third parties to advise us on any changes. Please contact us using this form if you identify any inaccuracies.
3.1. We have included details on the website about GAL’s corporate affairs. This content is for your convenience only. We do not give any advice or make any recommendation or endorsement as to any investment. No information or otherwise on this website constitutes an invitation to invest in shares in GAL or any other company. You should not make (or decide not to make) any investment or other decisions on what you see in or via this website.
4.1. We try to ensure that the information on this website is relevant and useful. However, we cannot guarantee that it will meet your needs. For the reasons described above, and because of frequent changes to the shops and facilities at the airports, we cannot guarantee that the information on the website will always be completely accurate.
4.2. We try to ensure that the website is always available. However, there will be times when we will need to carry out routine and emergency maintenance. We cannot guarantee that the website will always be available, or that it will always perform well. We reserve the right to withdraw the website if we need to.
4.3. To the maximum extent permitted by law, all representations, warranties, terms, conditions and commitments not expressly set out in these terms are hereby excluded.
4.4 Except in the case of death or personal injury caused by our negligence, or fraud, we do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage that you suffer because of using the website. We do not accept responsibility for:
4.5. Your statutory rights are unaffected.
5.1. You may only view and use this website in accordance with these terms and, in any event, for lawful and proper purposes. This includes complying with all applicable laws, regulations and codes of practice within the UK or other jurisdiction from which you are accessing this website.
5.2. You agree that you will not:
5.2.1. post, transmit or disseminate any information on or via this website that is or may be harmful, obscene, defamatory or otherwise illegal;
5.2.2. use this website in a manner which causes or may cause an infringement of our rights or the rights of any other;
5.2.3. make any unauthorised, false or fraudulent booking;
5.2.4. use any software, routine or device to interfere or attempt to interfere electronically or manually with the operation or functionality of this website including but not limited to uploading or making available files containing corrupt data or viruses via whatever means;
5.2.5. deface, alter or interfere with the front end of this website;
5.2.6. take any action that imposes an unreasonably large load on this website or related infrastructure;
5.2.7. obtain or attempt to obtain unauthorised access, via whatever means, to any of our networks.
5.3. We reserve the right to suspend or stop your access and use of the website at any time if you breach these terms.
6.1. All trademarks, copyright, database rights and other intellectual property rights (together "the rights") in the materials on this website are owned by us or our licensors. This also applies to the organisation and layout of this website. The rights in any software or underlying software code that is made available for download from the website ("software") are owned by us or our licensors.
6.2. Without our written consent, you may not copy, reproduce, modify, alter, publish, broadcast, distribute, display, post, sell, transfer or transmit in any form or by any means any material or software on this website whether in whole or in part. You may also not use the material or software to create derivative works. Exceptions to this are stated in point 6.4 below.
6.3. The contents of the pages on this website may not be distributed, displayed or copied to third parties. This includes but is not limited to "caching" or "mirroring" any material on this website.
6.4. The contents of pages on this website may be printed or downloaded to disk for private and personal non-commercial use. You may make an electronically stored, transient copy of the content of this website to view it while connected to the Internet only.
6.5. Without our written consent, you may not:
6.5.1. remove the copyright or trademark notice from any copies of content under these terms; or
6.5.2. create a database in electronic or structured manual form by systematically downloading and storing any content.
7.1. From time to time, we may ask you to give us your views on our airports, services, website or other related issues. How we use your contribution and the personal information you provide will be governed by these terms and conditions and by the terms of our privacy statement.
7.2. If you are under the age of 16 you must have consent from a parent or guardian to contribute.
7.3. By contributing you will be giving us your full consent to post your contribution on the website should we choose to do so. You will be deemed to have given us a free licence to adapt, modify and incorporate your contribution in other works or otherwise use it as we see fit. You agree that we do not need to acknowledge you as the contribution author but by contributing you allow us to acknowledge you as the author should we wish to do so.
7.4. Any contribution you provide must not contain anything that is unlawful, offensive, abusive, threatening, defamatory, obscene or discriminatory. Nor shall it infringe the rights of anyone else.
7.5 We follow a process to manage complaints. If you wise to raise a complaint with us, you can do so here.
8.1. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to improve or change any part of the website, including these terms. Because of this, we recommend that you revisit this page from time to time.
9.1. These terms refer only to your viewing of this website. Separate conditions apply to prize draws, competitions and promotions which we may run from time to time as well as to products and services sold through this website.
10.1. Any personal information you supply to us when you use this Website will be used in accordance with our Privacy Statement.
11.1. These Terms are governed by and shall be construed in accordance with the laws of England.
The myGatwick programme is run by Gatwick Airport Limited (GAL). When you (the customer) use a voucher, a legally binding contract is made, the Terms and Conditions of which are set out below. We reserve the right to amend our Terms and Conditions and offers from time to time and the publishing on our website of any amendment will be deemed to be notice of such amendment to you. Our Terms and Conditions do not affect your statutory rights as a consumer. Subject to our retailers, hotel, caterers, lounge owners and transport services providers’ (partners) terms and conditions and availability. The partners identified as part of the myGatwick programme may change from time to time.
1.1 These terms and conditions (the terms) apply to all bookings for services you make through www.gatwickparking.com and all other website addresses we operate (together referred to as the ‘website’). Please read carefully the sections which apply to the services you are buying and or using.
1.2 The website is owned by us, Gatwick Airport Limited (company number 01991018) which is incorporated in England. Our registered office is 5th Floor, Destinations Place, Gatwick Airport, West Sussex RH6 0NP. We operate the website and sell parking.
1.3 In these terms, ‘we’, ‘us’, ‘our’ and ‘airport’ are Gatwick Airport Limited (for all car parks at Gatwick). ‘You’ and ‘your’ is anyone who makes a booking on the website. The contract for the applicable services is made between you and us.
1.4 Our VAT number is 974 8388 54.
1.5 These terms contain important information and set out the things we do not accept responsibility for.
1.6 If you need to contact us, please email us at customer feedback or phone us on 0330 333 9268.
2. Our responsibility to you
2.1 We will act with reasonable skill and care when providing services to you.
2.2 Nothing in these terms and conditions limits our liability in the case of death or personal injury caused by our negligence, or in the case of fraud.
2.3 We do not accept legal responsibility for:
a) any indirect or consequential loss; or
b) any loss of profit, enjoyment, revenue, information, or earnings.
3. Using the shuttle bus service
3.1 If you use our shuttle bus service from our long stay, summer special or robotic car parks you need to ensure you leave enough time to reach the terminal building from the car park. Estimated transfer times (in normal traffic conditions) and information about how long the transfer times from the car parks to the terminals are set out on the website. You should also make sure that you leave enough time to find a space in the car park, get your luggage out of the vehicle, lock the vehicle and walk to the bus stop. We do not accept responsibility if you miss your flight or if your airline check-in has closed because you have not left enough time to get into the car park, and then from the car park to the terminal.
3.2 Make sure you get on the correct bus (Gatwick has more than one terminal and not all buses call at all terminals).
3.3 Please remember to take all your luggage off the transfer bus when you arrive at your terminal. We do not accept responsibility if you miss your flight or your airline check-in has closed because you have to return to the coach to collect your luggage.
3.4 We do not accept responsibility for longer transfer times from the car park to the terminal buildings which are caused by exceptionally heavy traffic.
4. Car parking (long stay, short stay, blue badge, evening special)
4.1 Quotes are valid at the time of issuing only and prices may change on booking.
4.2 All prices shown are in pounds sterling and include VAT at the rate that applies at that time.
4.3 Part of the charge you pay includes a ‘public transport levy’, which is used to develop public transport initiatives at the airport.
4.4 When you book car parking through the customer contact centre, we will add a booking fee of £5 per booking to your final cost. If you later cancel the booking, we will refund the full value of your booking (excluding the £5 fee).
4.5 When you book car parking through the website, we will email you a unique booking reference number (your booking reference).
4.6 You cannot transfer your booking to someone else or between different car parks.
4.7 Your booking is valid only for the times, dates, price, car park, terminal and airport shown in your booking.
4.8 Please see section 11 for the terms that apply to amending or cancelling your booking.
4.9 Car park prices apply to a 24-hour period (or a part of that period). The number of ‘days’ (24-hour periods) we charge you for when you book your parking is worked out based on the times you choose when you book. However, if your actual entry and exit times (the times you arrive at and leave the car park) change from those in your booking, and your time in the car park runs into a further 24-hour period, you will have to pay for an extra day, at the Drive-up Tariff. The Drive-up Tariff is the rate you pay if you do not book your parking in advance and this is set out at the entrance to the car park and also on our website at: https://www.gatwickairport.com/parking/car-parking-prices/_ .
You must pay any applicable Drive-up Tariff before you leave the car park. It applies whatever reason you have for being late back to the car park, unless the delay is caused by our negligence.
4.10 When you enter the car park, at the gate you must follow the instructions we emailed to you when you made your booking. Some car parks use a number-plate recognition service. If your number plate is not recognised or is not consistent with the number plate of the vehicle for which you have booked, please press the assistance button and speak to one of our staff.
4.11 If you are issued with a car-parking ticket when you enter the car park, please keep it in a safe place as you may need it to leave the car park. When you leave the car park, please follow the instructions we sent to you at the time you made your booking.
4.12 When you have parked your vehicle, you should:
a) lock it securely;
b) fully close all the windows;
c) put your handbrake on properly;
d) use any steering lock, alarm or immobiliser you have;
e) not leave any animal or person inside the vehicle; and
f) make sure that any belongings you leave in the vehicle are in a locked boot and not on display.
We cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage that happens to your vehicle or your belongings if you fail to do these things.
4.13 You must drive carefully and responsibly in the car park. You must also make sure that any children and animals are properly supervised and are accompanied at all times. Please be aware of all moving vehicles in the car park.
4.14 You must follow all direction signs and other instructions when in the car park.
4.15 Should you park your vehicle in a way that causes an obstruction within the car park we shall move your vehicle as required and reserve the right to charge you the reasonable costs of doing so.
4.16 While we try to make sure that the car parks are secure, we do not guarantee this. We do not accept responsibility for:
a) damage to your vehicle (whether caused accidentally or by vandalism or by wildlife); or
b) theft of, or from, your vehicle while it is in the car park, unless our negligence (or that of our agents or employees) has caused or contributed to the damage or theft. You must report any damage to, or theft from, your vehicle that happened during your stay to a member of staff before you leave the car park.
4.17 Please see section 8 for the terms that apply if you do not collect your vehicle more than 30 days after the date you stated in your booking.
5. Commuter car park pass
5.1 For all queries concerning Commuter Car Park Passes please contact: email@example.com or 0330 333 9268.
5.2 The current fees for a Commuter Car Park Pass as at 1 May 2019 are as follows:
a. Monthly = £250.00 incl VAT
b. Quarterly = £625.00 incl VAT
c. Yearly = £1900.00 incl VAT
5.3 The fees set out at section 5.2 above are subject to Gatwick Airport Limited’s discretion and any fee reviews shall be notified to Commuter Car Park Pass holders from time to time.
5.4 Commuter Car Park Passes are only valid for access to the commuter car park.
5.5 Payment of the applicable fee entitles the registered user of the Commuter Car Park Pass to one parking space for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including all public holidays until the expiration of the Commuter Car Park Pass.
5.6 Three vehicles may be registered against each Commuter Car Park Pass, however only one vehicle can be in the commuter car park at any one time.
5.7 The Commuter Car Park Pass is for use only by the registered user. It is not transferable.
5.8 Any change of name of registered users should be notified to Gatwick Airport Limited in writing as soon as the change occurs.
5.9 We will notify all registered users approximately 14 days prior to the expiry date of the Commuter Car Park Pass.
5.10 Failure to renew a Commuter Car Park Pass before the expiry date will result in the termination of the applicable pass.
5.11 Commuter Car Park Passes must be produced for inspection when required and be surrendered on request to any of our representatives.
5.12 You must drive carefully and responsibly in the car park. You must also make sure that any children and animals are properly supervised and are accompanied at all times. Please be aware of all moving vehicles in the car park.
5.13 You must follow all direction signs and other instructions when in the car park.
5.14 While we try to make sure that the car parks are secure, we do not guarantee this. We do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage howsoever caused.
5.15 We reserve the right to close the commuter car park for maintenance and/or safety reasons without notice. We will use reasonable endeavours to provide alternative parking facilities but we are not obliged to do so.
5.16 We are not responsible for lack of access due to queuing or other issues outside of our control.
5.17 Should a Commuter Car Park Pass be lost or damaged you must notify us immediately so that the applicable pass may be cancelled and a new one issued. A replacement will be subject to the registered user reporting to the South Terminal Multi Story Car park office with relevant identification. We reserve the right to charge a £10 admin fee for the production of a new Commuter Car Park Pass.
5.18 If you require a refund this will be limited to the balance remaining on the Commuter Car Park pass as at the following month. For example:
An annual pass costing £1900.00 is cancelled and refund requested at 8.5 months. The refund will be issued against the 3 unused months i.e. £475.00 (3(1900 / 12))
5.19 Although a space has been offered and accepted by the registered user, there is no contractual obligation on our part to continue this and the facility may be withdrawn at any time. However should this be necessary we shall use reasonable endeavours to provide you with as much notice as possible.
5.20 Please see section 8 for the terms that apply if you do not collect your vehicle more than 30 days after the expiry of your Commuter Car Park Pass.
6. Valet parking
6.1 Quotes are valid at the time of issuing only and prices may change on booking.
6.2 All prices shown are in pounds sterling and include VAT at the rate that applies to your booking.
6.3 Please see section 11 for the terms that apply to amending or cancelling your booking.
6.4 When you are at the valet parking reception area (as applicable), you must drive carefully and responsibly. You must also make sure that any children and animals are properly supervised and are accompanied at all times. Please be aware of all moving vehicles in and around the reception area.
6.5 When you have parked your vehicle at the reception area you should:
a) lock your vehicle securely, and leave the keys with the car park operator (you only need to leave the keys that are needed to move the vehicle);
e) do not leave any animal or person within your vehicle; and
We cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage that happens to your vehicle or belongings if you fail to do these things.
6.6 Before you leave your vehicle and the keys, you must make sure the vehicle is properly secured, is roadworthy, has a current MOT certificate and has valid tax cover for the length of its stay.
6.7 You must follow all direction signs and other instructions when in the reception area.
6.8 We are responsible for making sure that your vehicle is driven carefully when providing the valet parking service. We and our subcontractors are insured for any loss or damage to your vehicle which happens as a result of our employees and subcontractors not driving carefully. We will pay you the reasonable cost of repairing any damage to your vehicle which is caused by our employees and subcontractors not driving carefully when providing the valet parking service.
6.9 Our drivers may adjust your vehicle’s seat, steering wheel and mirror so that they can drive the vehicle safely. We also encourage our drivers to turn the radio off or down if you have left it on or at a high volume. We do this to protect your property and to protect our drivers and help them drive as safely as possible. We cannot guarantee the above items will be returned in the same position they were in when you left your vehicle with us.
6.10 While we try to make sure that the car parks are secure, we do not guarantee this. Except as in 6.8 above, we do not accept responsibility for damage to your vehicle (whether caused accidentally or by vandalism or by wildlife) while the vehicle is in the car park, reception area or anywhere else at the airport. If a vehicle is damaged while it is in the car park, reception area or anywhere else at the airport, or if any of your belongings that were in it are stolen or missing, you must report this immediately to a member of staff in the Customer Service Office. You and a member of staff must fill in a customer report form before you leave the car park. After completing the customer report form you will need to call 0330 333 9268 to activate your claim.
6.11 We do not accept responsibility for theft of, or from, your vehicle unless you have given us the keys, and only then if the keys have been used to carry out the theft.
6.12 If you plan to return to the car park early, you must give us at least 12 hours’ notice.
6.13 ‘Car waiting for you on return guaranteed’ is based on departure and arrival times specified at the time you booked. If your vehicle is not waiting in the valet parking area, we will offer you free valet parking for one booking of up to 15 days on your next trip. If you return early, please tell us and we will do our best to make sure your vehicle is waiting for you. However, we cannot guarantee this.
6.14 Please see section 8 for the terms that apply if you do not collect your vehicle more than 30 days after the date you stated in your booking.
7. Rent and earn
7.1 Quotes are valid at the time of issuing only and prices may change on booking.
7.2 All prices shown are in pounds sterling and include VAT at the rate that applies to your booking.
7.3 Your Rent and Earn booking will only be valid if you have booked parking for at least seven days in a row.
7.4 The Rent and Earn service allows you to earn money by renting out your vehicle while you are away. You can only use Rent and Earn if you register to become a member of the Car & Away service within 24 hours of booking and paying for your parking. Once your payment is confirmed, a link will be emailed to you from firstname.lastname@example.org to allow you to register. When you register, Car & Away will ask you for some extra information to help them assess whether your vehicle is suitable for hiring out.
7.5 When you book Rent and Earn, we will pass the necessary details to Car & Away so that they may contact you.
7.6 When you enter the valet parking reception area, you must drive to the location stated in your email (there will be signs to guide you). A Car & Away representative will greet you and you will hand over your vehicle to them. When in the reception area, you must drive carefully and responsibly. You must also make sure that any children and animals are properly supervised and accompanied at all times. Please be aware of all moving vehicles in and around the valet parking reception area.
7.7 Before you hand over your vehicle, you should do the following.
a) put your handbrake on properly;
b) make sure all the windows are fully closed;
c) lock the vehicle securely, and leave the keys with the Car & Away representative (you only need to leave the keys that are needed to move the vehicle);
d) do not leave any animal or person in the vehicle;
e) make sure that you remove all your belongings from the vehicle. If you fail to do this, Car & Away will remove them and store them in a locker at the airport while your vehicle is being hired out. If you do not remove your belongings, neither we nor Car & Away will be responsible for any loss or damage that happens to your vehicle or any items left in it; and
f) make sure that your vehicle is roadworthy, and that it has valid road tax and a current valid MOT certificate for the period it is being hired for. If you fail to do this, your vehicle may not be suitable for the Rent and Earn service.
7.8 You must follow all direction signs and other instructions when in the reception area.
7.9 We are responsible for making sure that your vehicle is driven carefully when providing the valet parking service. We and our subcontractors are insured for any loss or damage to your vehicle which happens as a result of our employees and subcontractors not driving carefully. We will pay you the cost of repairing any damage to your vehicle which is caused by our employees and subcontractors not driving carefully when providing the valet parking service.
7.10 Our drivers may adjust your vehicle’s seat, steering wheel and mirror so that they can drive the vehicle safely. We also encourage our drivers to turn the radio off or down if you have left it on or at a high volume. We do this to protect your property and to protect our drivers and help them drive as safely as possible. We cannot guarantee the above items will be returned in the same position they were in when you left your vehicle with us.
7.11 Except as in 3.6 above, we do not accept responsibility for damage to your vehicle (whether caused accidentally or by vandalism or wildlife) while the vehicle is in the car park, reception area or anywhere else at the airport. If a vehicle is damaged while it is in the car park, reception area or anywhere else at the airport, or if any of your belongings that were in it are stolen or missing, you must report this to a member of staff in the Customer Service Office. You and a member of staff must fill in an customer report form before you leave the car park.
7.12 We do not accept responsibility for theft of, or from, your vehicle unless you have given us the keys, and only then if the keys have been used to carry out the theft.
7.13 You must give Car & Away at least 24 hours’ notice if you plan to return to the car park early, to allow them to arrange alternative transport for you if your vehicle is being hired on the date you want to return.
7.14 Please see section 8 for the terms that apply if you do not collect your vehicle more than 30 days after the date you stated in your booking.
8. Abandonment of your vehicle
8.1 If you do not collect your vehicle more than 30 days after the date you stated in your booking, you need to send us the following details.
a) the vehicle registration number; and
b) the reason for the delay in collecting the vehicle, and the date you expect to collect it.
8.2 If you do not send us this information, we will consider the vehicle to have been abandoned.
8.3 In these circumstances, we can remove the vehicle and sell it, as long as we give you at least 30 days’ notice in writing by signed-for post to the address you gave us at the time of booking. We will take our reasonable handling expenses and any unpaid amounts for the days the vehicle has been in the car park from the proceeds of the sale. (We will calculate this amount using the drive-up tariff.) We will then pay the balance to the credit card of the person who has made the booking (unless you tell us otherwise in writing).
9. Airport lounges
9.1 Quotes are valid at the time of issuing only and prices may change on booking.
9.2 All prices shown are in pounds sterling and include VAT at the rate that applies to your booking.
9.3 You cannot transfer your booking to someone else or between different airport lounges.
9.4 Your booking is only valid for the date, price, lounge, terminal, airport and operator shown in the booking.
9.5 Any regulations relating to using the lounge are usually displayed at the entrance to that lounge. You can also ask the lounge operator for them.
9.6 You can arrive at the lounge up to three hours before your reserved departure time. If you arrive earlier than this, it is up to the lounge staff to decide whether to allow you in.
9.7 There may be restrictions on the minimum age of children allowed into the lounge. A child is usually defined as being aged from two to 11, and an infant as aged 0 to two. If children and infants are allowed into the lounge it is your responsibility to supervise them.
9.8 All lounges have a smart-casual dress code and anyone using the lounge should not misbehave or be drunk or disorderly. Lounge staff have the right to refuse to let you into the lounge and to ask you to leave if your behaviour is inappropriate. Please be polite at all times and be considerate of the other people in the lounge.
9.9 Lounge staff may announce your flight but cannot guarantee to do so. All lounges have flight information screens and you are responsible for looking at the screens and catching your flight. We do not accept responsibility if you miss your flight because you have not checked the screens.
9.10 We do not guarantee that any particular catering or facilities in the lounge will be available at the time of your visit, or guarantee that you will enjoy your visit.
9.11 Please see section 11 for the terms that apply to amending or cancelling your booking.
10. Premium security lane and premium passport control lane access
10.1 When you book access to the Premium Lane for wither Premium Security or Premium Passport Control (the “Booking”) you will be given a unique booking reference number (“Booking Reference”), via an email which will be sent to the email address you enter on the booking form.
10.2 All prices shown are in pounds sterling and include VAT at the prevailing rate.
10.3 The Booking must be made at least 2 hours before you intend to use the Premium Lane prior to your departure flight from Gatwick.
10.4 The Booking is valid only for the time, date, and departing terminal specified in it.
10.5 You can amend your Booking at any time up to 48 hours before your booked entry time to the applicable Premium Lane.
10.6 We will only consider giving you a refund if we receive notice of your cancellation at least 24 hours before the time of your original booking. If you do not give at least 24 hours’ notice, we will not give you a refund.
10.7 For all queries, amendment and cancellations concerning Premium Security Lane and Premium Passport Control Lane access please call us on 0330 333 9268 or contact us via the ‘Manage my Booking’ section on the website.
10.8 If your departure flight is delayed and you intend to use the Premium Lane at a time or date later than stated in the Booking, use of the Premium Lane will be granted at the sole discretion of the Airport host in the applicable Premium Security area.
10.9 The operational hours of the Premium Security Lane are 04:00 – 20:45. The lane is open 365 days per year, but is subject to availability and may close from time to time, subject to operational restrictions.
10.10 The operational hours of the Premium Passport Control are 06:00 – 24:00. The lane is open 365 days per year (excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year ’s Day), and is subject to availability and may close from time to time, subject to operational restrictions.
10.11 When you enter the Passenger Central Security area, it is your responsibility to locate and use the Premium Lane.
10.12 Access to the Premium Security Lane and Premium Passport Control Lane is only available to purchase by adults aged 18 years and over. Under 18s may use the service but must be accompanied by an adult.
10.13 If you failed to print your confirmation email, we will accept an email shown on a mobile or tablet device that clearly and unambiguously shows the required information to the Airport host. The confirmation email must be presented to the Airport host in order to use the Premium lane.
10.14 The Airport cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage whatsoever occurring to you or your onward journey as a result of any wait, improper use or failure in the use of the Premium Lane.
10.15 You must comply with all directional signage and any direction or instruction given to you by the Gatwick Security personnel (including if necessary an instruction not to use the Premium Lane) and all applicable security regulations imposed on passengers.
10.16 When Gatwick Security determines that there exist exceptional operational circumstances including but not limited to an emergency, a material disruption to the security processes at the Airport or an event beyond our control (see section 13); then the Airport may, without any liability on the part of the Airport:
a) temporarily suspend or reduce provision of the Premium Lane in whole or in part; and/or
b) allow passage through the Premium Lane by persons other than Premium Passengers (including without limitation the emergency services).
11. Cancelling or changing bookings for car parking, valet parking, lounges, premium security and passport control
11.1 If you want to amend or cancel your booking or any part of it, you can do this 24 hours before the time you have booked for entry into the car park or lounge. You can do this either via the ‘Manage my booking’ section on our website or you can phone us on 0330 333 9268.
11.2 We will only consider giving you a refund you if we receive notice of your cancellation at least 24 hours before the lounge or car park entry start date and time of your original booking. If you do not give at least 24 hours’ notice, we will not give you a refund.
11.3 We will not make any refunds other than those set out in these terms.
11.4 Cancellations or amendments cannot be accepted if you book any special offer or 'non-flex' product.
11.5 If you amend your booking at any time, we will change the cost of your booking to that day’s rate (that is, the rate on the day you alter the booking) and we will not charge you for making the change.
11.6 We will not give you a refund if you don’t use your booking for any reason or if you do not cancel it in line with the procedures set out above.
11.7 If you are due a refund, we will only pay it if you can give us a pre-paid booking reference number. You can find this number on your booking confirmation email or online under ‘Manage my booking’. We will make the refund to the card you originally used to make the payment.
12. Events beyond our control
12.1 We do not accept responsibility if we fail to meet any of our obligations due to events beyond our reasonable control. These include (but are not limited to) war or the threat of war, riots, civil unrest, terrorist threats or activity, industrial disputes, natural and nuclear disaster, fire, adverse weather conditions, government regulations, airports being closed or congested, and airlines cancelling or changing schedules.
12.2 Unless we say so in these terms, if you want to amend or cancel your booking due to an event of the type listed in 12.1, we do not have to refund any payment you have made to us, or make any other change to your booking.
13.1 We use CCTV and vehicle number-plate recognition cameras and equipment at various locations throughout the car parks. Their main purpose is to make sure that vehicles and members of the public are secure and safe while on the airport site. The cameras are in various places in the car parks, but specifically at entrances and exits so that they can record drivers as they pass through the barriers. There is also CCTV in areas where members of the public are handling cash. We hold any information recorded by this equipment for the purpose of providing parking services, and we will keep it only for 30 days unless it is required to investigate an issue, in which case we will only keep it for as long as it takes to settle the issue.
13.2 In the robotics car park cabins the supplier of the robots will use CCTV in accordance with their own privacy notice. We are not the controller of any personal data that is captured by the supplier’s cameras.
13.4 If you have any questions or concerns about the personal information we process in order to provide the services to you please contact our Data Protection Officer at email@example.com or write to us at 5th Floor, Destinations Place, Gatwick Airport, Gatwick, West Sussex RH6 0NP, United Kingdom, marked for the attention of the Data Protection Officer.
14.1 These terms and conditions and any dispute arising out of or in relation to them (both contractual or non-contractual) shall be governed by English law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales.
14.2 We have the right to change these terms from time to time but, once you have made a booking, the terms which apply are those which were on the website when you booked. However, the terms which applied at that time will not necessarily continue to apply when you next book. We recommend that you always read these terms before you book.
14.3 These terms form the entire agreement between you and us relating to the sale of the relevant services.
14.4 Separate conditions apply to prize draws, competitions and promotions which we may run from time to time, as well as other products and services sold through the website.
15.1 From time to time we may ask you for your views on our airport, services, the website or any other related issue. We will use this feedback, and the personal information that you provide, in line with these terms and conditions and the terms of our privacy statement.
15.2 If you are under the age of 16 you must have permission from a parent or guardian to give us your feedback.
15.3 By contributing your views, you will be giving us permission to put them on the website and to adapt, modify or include them elsewhere (for example, when training our staff or monitoring performance) or use them in any other way we see fit. You agree that we do not need to acknowledge you as the author but, by contributing, you give us permission to do so if we want to.
15.4 Your feedback must not contain anything that is unlawful, offensive, abusive, threatening, defamatory, obscene or discriminatory, or negatively affect anyone’s rights.
16.1 If you make a complaint, we will investigate it fully with the staff who were involved at the time of the incident and review other information, such as CCTV footage. We can only investigate a complaint up to 26 days after the event it relates to. After this time it is not possible to get all the relevant information. However, we will make a note of this and keep the complaint on file to help us with future decisions.
These terms and conditions ("Terms") govern your use of the Gatwick flight alert email service on www.gatwickairport.com and owned and operated by Gatwick Airport Limited. For the purposes of these Terms "we", "our" and "us" refers to Gatwick.
The flight arrivals and departures data sent to you through our flight alert service is the scheduled arrival or departure time. We only update that data once the relevant airline has told us that a particular flight is early, delayed or cancelled. Therefore we are not in a position to guarantee the accuracy of that information. We shall use our reasonable endeavours to provide updates and accurate information for this service within a reasonable time.
To the maximum extent permitted by law, all representations, warranties, terms, conditions and commitments not expressly set out in these Terms are hereby excluded.
We do not accept responsibility for (a) any loss of profits, loss of earnings, loss of anticipated savings, loss of goodwill or loss of revenue or (b) any indirect or consequential loss that you suffer.
Any personal information you supply to us when you use our flight alert service will only be used to provide you with this service and will not be used for any further purpose. You are free to opt out of this service at any time by clicking the unsubscribe button at the bottom of the emails received.