#918593 by tontybear
10 Mar 2016, 02:34
Flights arriving at LGW don't fly over central London - especially from the US they are likely to follow the south coast.
#918651 by 747 G-VROS
11 Mar 2016, 01:39
Agreed. I'll usually come in over Cornwall or North Devon, pretty much hug the south coast until I reach Portsmouth/Chichester, then head in towards home at LGW.

G-VROS.....
#918678 by Sandissi
11 Mar 2016, 14:25
My suggestion would be to sit on the right hand side. Then you have a good chance of seeing Brighton before you head inland to LGW. In fact, you may be so lucky as to see it a few times if Gatwick is busy and you have to circle in the hold a few times!
#918989 by Maximus
20 Mar 2016, 08:15
747 G-VROS wrote:Agreed. I'll usually come in over Cornwall or North Devon

God's own country.

Give us a wave as you pass over :D

My experience is sitting on the right side gives the best London views when coming in to LHR if the approach is from that side.
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