In and Around Newcastle Airport

Planes at Newcastle international airport. Used under creative commons license from emdjt42

Newcastle is a city in the north east of England. It is home to the famous Tyne Bridge and the Angel of the North. Newcastle airport serves almost five million passengers per year and was a runner-up in the Best Airport category in the HolidayExtras.com® Customers' Awards 2010. The airport currently runs flights to over 85 places and houses some of the world's biggest airlines. Pre-book your Newcastle airport parking and Newcastle airport hotel with HolidayExtras.com for a hassle-free start to your holiday.

Where can I get something to eat and drink at Newcastle airport?

There are seven restaurants, a cafe, a bakery and a bar at Newcastle airport, along with Greggs, Burger King, Echo Bar and Starbucks, where you can grab a quick snack or drink. If you're looking for a sit-down meal, there's the Bar Des Voyageurs, Cafe Ritazza, Eagle Bar Diner, Real Food Company and Caviar House & Prunier. Furthermore, take advantage of the Newcastle airport lounge and escape the hustle and bustle of the airport. Pre-book with HolidayExtras.com and you’ll be able to enjoy tranquil surroundings, free drinks and snacks and complimentary newspapers and magazines.

What is there to do in Newcastle?

Angel of the North. Used under creative commons license from left-hand

Newcastle airport is just outside the city centre, so there are plenty of accessible ways for you to spend a day or even just a few hours exploring. The well-known Metro Centre is in the heart of Newcastle's city centre, around 10-15 minutes from the airport, and is perfect for a spot of shopping. There's also an endless choice of bars and restaurants. The popular Baltic Centre is a free art gallery and the Castle Keep is also worth a visit. Take a look at some of the links below to see more of Newcastle's top attractions.

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