There is a range of transport to and from Newcastle Airport making it accessible from all parts of the North East. The airport is situated close to the A1 which is the main road that links London in the South to Edinburgh in Scotland. The airport is ideally situated making it accessible by road from all parts of the region. This combined with the wide choice of parking at the airport makes travelling by car a good choice. If public transport is your choice then the airport terminal is well-connected with various forms of Transport.
This page will give you the options on transport to and from Newcastle Airport.
Travelling to Newcastle Airport by Car
There is a wide range of parking options available to those choosing to travel by car. Due to its close proximity to the major road network linking England and Scotland and its semi rural location a car is the most popular choice of transport. Some of the airport hotels offer extended parking so if you are travelling from rural Northumberland, the Scottish Borders or East Cumbria a hotel stay is an option for you. The main terminal is situated close to the main A1 and A696 so access by car is easy. Follow sign posts to Newcastle International Airport and you will soon be here.
Travelling by Coach
The UK’s largest coach operator National Express offers a coach service to and from Newcastle International Airport. Coach number 383 links Manchester, Leeds and Newcastle Airport arriving daily at 430pm. Newcastle city centre is also serviced by coaches from all over the country and is only a short bus or metro ride from the airport site.
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Tyne and Wear Metro
The Tyne and Wear Metro links Newcastle Airport with the rest of Tyneside and Wearside. Regular trains stop at the airport station and they provide a fast reliable airport transfer from Sunderland, Gateshead, North Shields and Newcastle. For more information on getting the Metro to Newcastle Airport.
Newcastle Airport by Taxi
Getting a taxi is another safe and reliable way of getting to Newcastle Airport. There are hundreds of local taxi firms available across the North East that can be booked to get you to your flight in time. Many firms have special airport transfer rates and will take bookings 24 hours per day. Call your local firm and ask about airport rates and take a taxi to Newcastle Airport
Newcastle Airport does not have its own rail station but a train is still a good form of transport to and from Newcastle Airport. Newcastle Central Station is only a Metro ride away and is situated on the East coast mainline. Regular trains from London, Manchester, Edinburgh and other parts of the country call at Newcastle.
There are a number of local bus routes that pass by the airport site. Local buses are available from towns throughout the North East and run at regular intervals. See our buses to Newcastle Airport page
There is free cycle parking available at Newcastle Airport.
As you can see there are a number of options for Transport to and From Newcastle Airport, which one will you choose?