Gatwick Escort Agency VISITING ALL AIRPORT HOTELS
About our Gatwick Escorts
With so many options, why should you book through Elite Courtesans? Well, our Gatwick escort agency has been operating since 2007 and we pride ourselves on having the very best Gatwick escorts available. Our ladies are chosen not only for their looks, but also their fantastic personalities and their love for their work. Don't believe us? We recommend you browse the various escort forums and also check us out on Twitter, where you will see we have many loyal and returning customers, and for a reason.
The Gatwick escorts listed on this page can cover Gatwick Airport and its surroundings in Sussex and Surrey. This includes areas such as Crawley, Guildford and Horsham. So whether you're staying at the Sofitel, the Hilton, the Crowne Plaza or one of the many other Gatwick airport hotels, a beautiful, funny and enthusiastic Gatwick escort from Elite Courtesans is only a phone call away.
You can contact this Gatwick escort agency by dialling 07728 554 754. Lines are open between 9am and 4pm Monday to Friday. You can book our escorts to visit you 7 days a week, and the latest booking start time is 9.30pm. As we are a very popular and successful escort agency, we highly recommend calling with plenty of notice - more than 24 hours is ideal if your plans allow.
As Gatwick's premier escort agency, we are always looking for bright, beautiful and enthusiastic ladies to join our team. If you would like to work as a Gatwick escort, please visit our join us page to find out more information and apply.
More About Gatwick Airport
To be perfectly honest, Gatwick airport is a pain in the chuff for anyone who is not based South of London, the reason being most of us have to negotiate the M25 motorway to reach it. And as everyone knows, the M25 is a motorway that was built by Satan himself. Nonetheless, Gatwick is one of the biggest and busiest airports in the UK, second only to its neighbour Heathrow airport. Commercial flights have been operating from Gatwick airport since 1933 and nowadays can operate with as many as 55 take offs/landings per hour!
With two terminals - North and South - Gatwick hosts many shops and restaurants and is quite a nice airport in which to kill some hours (get pissed). British Airways and Easjet are the dominant airlines at Gatwick airport, but a whole host of other airlines operate there including Virgin Atlantic, Emirates, Monarch, Thomson and Thomas Cook. The busiest routes flown out of Gatwick airport are: Barcelona, Malaga, Dublin, Amsterdam, Geneva, Dubai, Alicante and Tenerife.
If you are getting the train to Gatwick, the Gatwick Express runs between London Victoria and this is definitely the sensible option, especially if travelling through rush hour when the M25 tends to turn into a four lane carpark.