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On 17 September 2008, BAA announced it would sell Gatwick after the Competition Commission published a report about BAA's market dominance in London and the South East.On 21 October 2009 it was announced that an agreement had been reached to sell Gatwick to a consortium led by Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP), who also have a controlling interest in Edinburgh In February 2010, GIP sold minority stakes in the airport of 12% and 15% to the South Korean National Pension Service and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) for £100 million and £125 million, respectively.As of mid-September 2015, the service is branded "Gatwick Connects".It is available to passengers arriving on any airline who have an onward flight connection on Aer Lingus, Air Europa, Aurigny, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Easy Jet, Flybe, Meridiana, Norwegian Air Shuttle, TAP Portugal, Thomas Cook Airlines, TUI Airways, Virgin Atlantic, West Jet or WOW air.This service uses a new Easyjet technology platform, requires a minimum connecting time of two hours and 30 minutes and utilises the airport's existing "Gatwick Connects" free flight connection service to transfer passengers' baggage between flights.Where connections are missed, it also includes a guarantee to rebook passengers on the next available flight.Further rapid growth of charter flights at Gatwick was encouraged by the Ministry of Aviation, which instructed airlines to move regular charter flights from Heathrow.Following the takeover of BUA by Caledonian Airways at the beginning of the following decade, the resulting airline, British Caledonian (BCal), became Gatwick's dominant scheduled airline during the 1970s.
In 2016, 43.1 million passengers passed through the airport, a 7.1% increase compared with 2015.
Passengers passing through the airport are informed about the redevelopment programme with large mobile barcodes on top of construction hoardings.
Scanning these transfers information on the construction to the user's smartphone.
On , Virgin Holidays opened the V Room, Gatwick's first lounge dedicated to leisure travellers, for use by Virgin Holidays customers flying to Orlando, Las Vegas and the Caribbean on sister airline Virgin Atlantic.
On 25 January 2017, this lounge relocated to the North Terminal together with the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse as part of the airline moves that saw British Airways and Virgin Atlantic exchange their previous terminal locations and Easy Jet consolidated in the North Terminal.
In summer 2013, Gatwick introduced Gatwick Connect, a free flight connection service to assist passengers changing flights at Gatwick whose airlines do not provide a full flight connection service.