Travelling to Newcastle Airport
Newcastle Airport is located slightly south of the city of Newcastle itself and is easily accessible via driving, rail, public bus, and with a taxi or car. For those wanting to go to the town of Newcastle-Upon Tyne driving is the easiest way into the city given that it is only ten miles north of the city.
The A1 is the easiest way to reach Newcastle or indeed many other towns and cities as it passes near the airport running north and south for several hundred miles.
Once at the airport there are plenty of parking options depending on if you need to leave your car for the duration or your trip or if you are simply being picked up or dropped off. Newcastle airport parking rates fluctuate depending on the length of time you plan to leave your vehicle but on average you can expect to pay approximately £80 for a week’s parking.
For those who want to avoid leaving their vehicles in the parking lots the nearest rail station is the Newcastle Central which also connects to Scotland and Midlands. If you choose to take the rail link to Newcastle Central you can hop on the Metro at City Centre and arrive in the airport within 25 minutes.
You can al reach Newcastle Airport via a multitude of public buses that run from Newcastle City Centre to the airport approximately every twenty minutes during peak hours of the day. The 76,76A, 77, 77a, 78, 78e, and 79 buses will all deliver you at the airport from the City Centre.