page and the others listed on the left feature
hot air balloon rides over West Sussex.
As views of countryside and farmland can
look similar across the UK each of these
pages include an aerial view of part of
the specific location mentioned. Locals
may recognise road layouts and landmarks.
is a large town on the eastern edge of West
Sussex. It is situated at the southern end
of the M23, the A23 extending beyond Crawley
to the south coast at Brighton.
Other main routes leading to Crawley include
the A23 (from Horely to the north), the
A264 from Copthorne
(to the east) and the A264 from Horsham
(to the west) - which becomes the A2220
as it enters the centre of Crawley. An important
aspect of Crawley is its immediate proximity
to London Gatwick airport, directly north
of the centre of Crawley. This is, of course,
a major source of income and jobs for the
town and supports many small businesses
in this area.
Suburbs of and villages around Crawley include
Tilgate, Maidenbower, Three Bridges, Pound
Hill, Worth, Black Corner, Tinsley Green,
Lowfield Heath, Ifield and Lambs Green.
Passengers can choose
the location of their flight after purchasing
a voucher accepted for flights all over
the UK. Prices depend on number of passengers
- more passengers cost less per person.
for details from a reputable national provider.