Food not good
Had to leg it to make the transfer despite the inbound flight from Bucharest being on time. CDG is such a big airport
All was just fine
Just very efficient & courteous. Also VERY clear on board announcements and safety briefings
Better than last experence, but only used BA after really bad experience because there were no other options.
The wifi didnt work
Our flight was a bit worrying with the storm but all staff and pilot etc were amazing
Waiting time to Newcastle 5hrs to much
Only problem is when you are checking with your phone or computer it is very difficult.
There are many options for cheap flights from other destinations in the UK to Newcastle International Airport. You’ll land at the busiest airport in England’s North East – and you’ll have the vibrant city itself to explore and the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors on your doorstep. Of course, just a short drive or train ride away the glories of Hadrian’s Wall and the Scottish countryside also await.
Newcastle’s peak season sees cheaper flights thinner on the ground, but book early enough and you should still be able to reduce the cost of your air fare. The most popular time to book flights to Newcastle is between early June to late-September, with the UK school summer holidays in July and August being when prices are at their highest.
Throughout the rest of the year it is easier to grab a bargain deal on your flight, although the following seasonal events can create fluctuations in prices: October’s International Craft Beer Festival, March’s Newcastle under Lyme music festival and the Christmas to New Year holidays.
If you fancy avoiding the crowded summer you can look for flights between April and May or September and October. During the spring and autumn, the weather can be warm and dry for the most part, although rain, as ever in the UK, should be expected.
Being flexible helps you to find the best prices for flights to Newcastle when you search with Expedia. Here are some ways to do this.
Optimal flight times from UK airports to Newcastle are:
Newcastle International Airport is located six miles from the city centre. It offers international connections as well as being directly linked to several other UK airports.
There are several different transport options you can take to travel into the city. The most convenient is the train, which runs for the most part of the day. The Green Line departs from the airport itself. Buses are also available, with the X77, X78 or X79 serving the city centre. Taxis are also available from the terminal, as are car hire companies, with the latter being particularly useful if you are looking to visit the surrounding area or journey on into Scotland.
Airlines offering direct flights to Newcastle from the UK include:
Newcastle is a small compact city – aside from the odd taxi all you really need is your walking shoes and a little energy!
There are Metro, train and bus options should you need them, as well as a hop on/hop off sightseeing bus that visits all the main city attractions.
At the heart of the city the Gateshead Quays showcase the famous Tyneside Bridge. This wonderfully regenerated area is now a highly successful cultural quarter complete with art exhibitions and stunning architecture.
While Newcastle is known for its shopping and nightlife, travel beyond the city to find an equally unrivalled experience of history. Hadrian's Wall, a Unesco World Heritage Site, is testament to the events that have formed both England and Scotland’s identity.
Another iconic structure, rather more modern, can be seen at the Angel of the North. Commissioned in 1998, the Angel has become a symbol of Newcastle’s regeneration.
If you can avoid flying at the weekend you may be able to secure a cheaper flight. Weekend flights generally tend to be more expensive but, especially on match days for Newcastle United, visiting fans can also push air fares up.
|Destination Airport||Newcastle Intl.|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||NCL|
|Destination City Name||Newcastle|