Gatwick Airport, Sussex & Surrey Escorts
High class escorts to your home or Airport hotel
Indie Collective is not a Gatwick escort agency, we are a group of independent Gatwick escorts who keep 100% of our fee. To arrange a date with one of the high class escorts shown on this page, please click her image and contact directly.
If you're in Central London rather than an airport hotel, visit our London escorts page instead.
Gatwick Airport Escorts
Indie Collective is not a Gatwick escort agency, we are a group of independent Gatwick escorts who cover the airport hotels. Like Heathrow, Gatwick is another major international airport serving London, though Gatwick is based far south of the city near a town called Crawley in Sussex. It is the second busiest airport in the UK, after Heathrow. The site developed from an aerodrome into an airport around the same time as Heathrow, so the 1920s-1930s, and has continued to expand ever since. A lot of charter flights run out of Gatwick to some beautiful and sunny destinations, these include flights by British Airways and Virgin Atlantic. Gatwick has two terminals - North and South - and two runways, though only one is used at any time. In comparison to Heathrow's 80 million passengers a year, Gatwick serves (a still impressive) 36 million with popular routes being Spain, Dubai and Orlando.
In December 2018, all flights in and out of Gatwick airport were cancelled for 3 days as a result of drone sightings near the runway. In total 1000 flights were cancelled, plunging the airport into chaos. A couple from Crawley were arrested and questioned for 36 hours over the incident, only later to be released without charge. A situation which caused them enormous distress due to the press releasing their names and their home being searched by police; this despite the male of the couple having been at work (with an alibi) at the time of the alleged drone sightings. In the end, the couple were paid £200,000 in an out of court settlement by Sussex Police. No one has ever been convicted of being responsible, with some commentators believing that there was, in fact, no drone.
So given that taking a drone to your airport hotel room would be a terrible idea, not to mention one that would really annoy Sussex police, why not invite an Gatwick escort instead? She will slip in and out unnoticed, and while she might send you stratospheric, she won't cause any disruption on the Gatwick runway. Those hen dos to Magaluf are safe!