Trains to Newquay Airport
All train tracks lead to London, and London trains to Newquay depart from Paddington, taking between four and a half and five and a half hours depending on what time of day you travel. The first leg of your journey takes you to Par, from where you catch a connection to Newquay. From there you can easily catch a bus or hail taxi to the airport. It is useful to know that the earlier you book your train journey, the less it’ll cost! Advance bookings give really good savings. You can get fast, up to date information about Newquay train times at National Rail Enquiries, either by ‘phone or online.
Buses to Newquay Airport Newquay Airport has recently introduced a dedicated bus stop to the west of the terminal building, so it’s convenient and easy to get a bus from the airport to Newquay itself. The airport’s website features timetables for the relevant Western Greyhound Service. You can travel between London and Newquay by National Express coach, from various London pick up points, with an estimated journey time of eight hours. It’s a good idea to book Newquay bus and train tickets in advance to avoid queues.
Driving to Newquay Airport Newquay Airport is three miles north of Newquay close to Watergate Bay and St Mawgan village. If you’re driving your own car you’ll get as far as Exeter via the M4 / M5, at which point there are no more motorways! From here on you’ll probably find yourself on the A30 which winds its way across Cornwall, passing through some lovely country before dropping you off at St Dennis to send you down a choice of B roads to Newquay itself. From there, follow the signposts to Wadebridge, Indian Queens and the Airport. Cornwall can be difficult to navigate, with winding lanes and tiny B roads, so it is always a good idea to consult the AA Route Planner for detailed Newquay directions. See the relevant Directline pages for information on Newquay Airport parking and Newquay Airport hotels.