Plans for a second runway at Gatwick costing £5-9 billion were put forward by bosses of the West Sussex airport today.
A van that sparked a major security alert at Gatwick was not linked to terrorist activity and nothing of concern was found, police say.
Border Force officers have seized 94 kilos of dried caterpillars at Gatwick Airport.
Shop worker Sophie Burnett describes today's coach fire at Gatwick.
National Express said: "An empty National Express vehicle caught fire at Gatwick Airport earlier this afternoon. We are working closely with the emergency services and will continue to assist them.
"We will also carry out our own thorough investigation to establish the cause of this highly unusual incident."
A National Express coach caught alight this afternoon but has now been burnt out.
It is still unknown what was the cause of the fire.
Sorry for the queues for the shuttle service. Please bear with us while we get you on your way as quickly & safely as we can.
The shuttle service between South & North is now running. We're working to get you on your way as quickly & safely as possible.
The coach fire at Gatwick's North Terminal has now burnt out.
Eye witnesses at the scene say that staff are being allowed back in the terminal after it was was evacuated earlier.
An eye witness, Sophie Burnett said:
"The fire began around 12 o'clock, they began by shutting the shops closest like Boots and M&S, they then evacuated the whole of North Terminal Landside and have stopped all publicly transport coming over to the terminal including the shuttle and the public bus services.
"They're currently trying to isolate the smoke from the building."
Our shuttle service between South and North terminal is temporarily suspended due to the earlier vehicle fire. We aim to get it running asap
A National Express coach is on fire outside Gatwick's North terminal.
The fire is thought to have started at 12.30pm.