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Newcastle Airport Guide

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Directions

Getting there by Car / Taxi

Newcastle airport is conveniently located just 7 miles to the north-east of Newcastle city itself. It is within easy reach of Durham, Darlington and Middlesbrough; and is easily accessible via the A1(M) from other major northern cities such as Leeds, York and Edinburgh. From the A1(M), turn off onto the A696 - this will lead you directly to the airport if you follow the airport signs.

Getting there by Bus / Coach

There are regular bus services from Newcastle city centre, the Metro Centre in Gateshead and Blyth, to the airport terminal. Full timetables for these services can be found on the Nexus website. National Express runs services from all over the country into Newcastle city centre.

Getting there by Train

Newcastle airport does not have its own train station, but it is on the city's Metro line, putting it just half an hour from the city train station. The metro services are frequent, and are the best way to get into and around Newcastle city centre. From Newcastle there are services to other major UK cities (including London King's Cross, Leeds, and Edinburgh), and to various local destinations. Times and details can be obtained by contacting National Rail.