Newcastle Airport Directions
Metro to Newcastle Airport
Getting to Newcastle airport from Newcastle city centre is easy thanks to Newcastle International Airport Metro station. Regular metro trains to Newcastle airport depart from Newcastle Central train station. Trains from Newcastle Central to Newcastle Airport take 23 minutes. Trains are very frequent. The metro station is directly linked to the airport terminal.
Trains to Newcastle Airport
Newcastle Metro connects Newcastle Airport with Newcastle Central train station. Mainline trains from Newcastle Central run north to Glasgow and Edinburgh and south to London and major cities like Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester.
Buses to Newcastle Airport
Regular bus services connect Newcastle Airport with Newcastle city centre. Newcastle Airport buses run to Eldon Square. National Express services run from Newcastle to towns and cities nationwide.
Driving to Newcastle Airport
Getting to Newcastle Airport
by car is straightforward. Newcastle Airport is easily accessed from the A1 and A 696 dual carriageway. If you are using a satellite navigation system for directions to Newcastle Airport, the postcode is NE13 8BZ. Approximate driving times from Newcastle Airport are: Newcastle 15 minutes; Durham 45 minutes; Edinburgh 2 hours; Leeds 2 hours; Glasgow 3 hours; Manchester 3 hours. Cars can drop off passengers at the Pick Up & Drop Off short stay car park near the terminal building. The first 10 minutes is free. For details see our page on Newcastle airport parking. Bicycles can park free at Newcastle airport in front of international arrivals. Taxis from Newcastle are provided by Airport Taxis. Newcastle Airport taxis can be pre-booked. A taxi from Newcastle Airport to Newcastle city centre will take about 15 minutes. Newcastle airport information as regards road works and traffic is available from the AA. Passengers travelling on airlines and routes with early and late departures may find Newcastle Airport hotels useful.
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