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Cheap Flights to Newcastle Airport (NCL)

Northern England's port town, Newcastle-upon-Tyne is quickly growing in popularity amongst tourists. Rife with Geordie culture, Newcastle is known for its Victorian architecture, natural beauty, arts culture, and thriving nightlife. All in all, this English city is a dynamic mix of history and urbanity!

Newcastle-upon-Tyne's international airport is Newcastle Airport (NCL), located 10 km from city center. With a wide array of European flights, NCL is Northern England's second busiest airport. Unfortunately, it doesn't offer any direct trips to Canada. Skyscanner can help you find the cheapest airfare to Newcastle with our Cheapest Month search tool.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Newcastle

Sitting in England's coldest end, Newcastle-upon-Tyne boasts an oceanic climate. Newcastle distinguishes itself as being one of Britain's driest cities! Overall, the city's year-round temperatures aren't too different from Western Canada. However, its summers are quite cool, which might come as a shock to some Canadians, if they're used to 30 °C weather. To find the most affordable times to fly to England, sign up for Skyscanner's Price Alerts feature.

Airlines That Fly to Newcastle

Several domestic and international airlines fly out of England's Newcastle Airport (NCL), including:

      
  • Aer Lingus Regional
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  • Air France
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  • BMI Regional
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  • British Airways
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  • BH Air
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  • Eastern Airways
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  • easyJet
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  • Emirates
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  • Eurowings
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  • Flybe
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  • Freebird Airlines
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  • Jet2.com
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  • KLM
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  • Ryanair
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  • Scandinavian Airlines
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  • Thomas Cook Airlines
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  • Thomson Airways

What to Expect When Arriving at Newcastle Airport

Newcastle International Airport (NCL) is 9.3 km away from Newcastle-upon-Tyne's city center. It's England's 11th busiest airport and offers flights to over 80 destinations, including most of Europe. Inside, you'll find a nice selection of restaurants for every budget and many boutiques, ranging from designer to duty-free. They have two play areas for kids, Namco Games and Airside Andy Play Pod.

NCL is connected to Downtown Newcastle by a metro service. The Tyne and Wear Metro's green line can be accessed by a covered walkway. Its trains take 20 minutes to arrive in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Taxis are also readily available, costing £15 on average. If you'd prefer to rent a car on-site, Skyscanner can find you the best rates in Newcastle.

What to See and Do in Newcastle, England

Newcastle-upon-Tyne is famous for being a fusion of Victorian sophistication and untamed, urban energy. With a big population of students, its nightlife is second-to-none in England. Restaurants, bars, and nightclubs abound in Newcastle's downtown core. Needless to say, it's a town that knows how to enjoy itself!

During the day, travellers are welcome to enjoy the city's more laid-back attractions like art galleries, fine museums, and historical architecture, including the 13-century Castle Keep and the Victorian era's Central Arcade. For an upscale hotel in Newcastle, browse Skyscanner's amazing listings.

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