London Gatwick will serve 177 destinations this Easter, which equates to 90% of destinations served pre-pandemic.
Total flight volumes have recovered to 86%.
The most popular destinations for Easter getaways include Barcelona, Dublin and Malaga.
Dubai, New York and Orlando are the top long-haul destinations.
Gatwick’s busiest day for departures is expected to be today, 6 April, while Easter Monday is predicted to be the busiest day overall.
London Gatwick has welcomed several new routes over the past two weeks.
These include Air India flights to Goa, Kochi, Amritsar and Ahmedabad, Air China to Beijing, and British Airways services to Las Vegas, Aruba and Georgetown.
Delta Air Lines will begin operating from London Gatwick to New York next week
Jonathan Pollard, airport CCO said: “Following a strong recovery in 2022, we are delighted to see passenger demand continue into the Easter holidays.”
“We’ve recently welcomed a number of fantastic new airlines and destinations, with more on the horizon.”
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