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Tel office: +44 203 1371 814
Tel mob : +44 782 65 20225

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Skype: tiptopminicabs

Welcome to Tiptop Minicabs Company

We are fully licensed by PCO London to act as Private Hire Vehicle Operator. Our Licence number is: 6060/01/02
We specialize in  Gatwick Airport Transfer , however we offer transport to/from other London Airports such as: Heathrow,Stansted, Luton and City Airport,

Our professional fleet contain a range of vehicles including: Saloon car, Estate car, Multi Person Vehicles (MPV-5)  and Minivan ( max-7 passenger) .
All our cars are clean, modern and
supported with GPS system.

TipTop Minicabs
offer good service with accordant style and reliability. Our staff are experienced, polite and felpful.
sing our online booking system, you can make a reservation easily and quickly . We also offer you a suitable way to pay by cash to the driver or credit card ( paypal ).
Booking by phone we charge 3 £ extra.

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Gatwick Airport Guide

Gatwick Airport is London’s second largest airport and seconds in United Kingdom. In 2008 was world’s 28th busiest airport in term of passengers and 9th busiest in terms of international passengers. It is the world’s busiest single runway international airport.

About 90 airlines operate from Gatwick’s two terminals serving around 200 destinations.
The airport is also the departure point for many charters and flights to secondary destinations.
On 9th June 1958 Her Majesty Queen officially opened Gatwick
Airport with one existing terminal. The North Terminal was official opened in 1988.
Gatwick Airport
provides a wide range of facilities including those for business, children and disable travelers.
There is a free Transit Train, 24h a day linking North and South Terminal.
There are plenty of coaches, taxis and regular trains, including Gatwick Express. Alternatively there are plenty of airport parking, car hire providers and airport hotel nearby.

It takes around 60-70 min to get to Central London by road. Gatwick Airport is at Junction 9 of the M23 motorway and on the A23 Brighton to London road.


West Sussex
United Kingdom
Airport Code – LGW
Tel. +44 (0) 844 335 1802


Fantastic and professional service. Lovely man!

Angela , Fulham

I am very glad that the driver knew that my flight was delayed and I didnt have to pay extra money.

Silvia , Putney sw15

Really good experience. Always on time,  I would definetly recommend this company.

Jasmine , Balham

Very calm, polite and punctual driver, very neat car, very good service, thank you.

Filip , Tooting , sw17

Excellent service. We would also like to reserve a taxi to return to Stansted on the 11.08.12 for a flight leaving Stansted at 15.10.

Diana SE19 ,


I agreed with Robert to pay 60 pounds including the babyseat. My daughter is 18 months old. If possible, I would like to travel with Robert.
Nikoletta, 03/02/2012

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Gatwick Info
  • Passenger numbers at Gatwick up by 0.2% in December

10 January 2013

Over 2,280,000 passengers flew through Gatwick in December - 5,600 more than the prior year
December 2012 traffic performance summary


  • Gatwick disappointed by CAA’s initial ruling to continue to regulate Stansted

20 December 2012

Competition protects passenger interests better than regulation
Stansted and Gatwick should both be de-regulated to promote healthy competition between London airports

On Thursday 20 December 2012, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced that it was minded to continue regulating Stansted Airport once it moves into new ownership. Gatwick Airport responded by saying:

“Airports that are free to compete promote and protect the interests of passengers and it is our view that competition, not regulation, is the best mechanism to achieve that. That is why we are disappointed by today’s preliminary ruling by the CAA to continue to regulate Stansted Airport.

“It is completely counter-intuitive for the Competition Commission to rule that BAA should divest itself of a number of airports in order to promote competition and protect passenger interests only for the CAA to stifle competition by keeping Stansted regulated.

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