Public transportation services, licensed taxis and rideshare, private transfer companies and car rental services in Newcastle airport (NCL)
Metro - The enclosure has a Tyne and Wear Metro station (Tel +44 191 202 0747) that provides transportation to the cities of Newcastle, Gateshead, Sunderland, North Tyneside and South Tyneside. The trip to the city centre (Haymarket, Monument, Central Station) takes around 25 minutes, with departures every 12 min. from 5:44 am (6:27 am on Sundays) to 11:58 pm. The journey to Sunderland station takes about 55 min. in a service that operates from 5:44 am to 10:57 pm. Tickets between £1.90 and £3.50.
Train - The metro system links the airport with the National Rail network (Tel +44 345 748 4950) in the northeast area of the country from the city's central station. Trains depart from there to several destinations, such as Birmingham, Darlington, Durham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Hartlepool, Leeds, London, Manchester, Middlesbrough and York.
Bus - Lines X77, X78 and X79 from Stagecoach (Tel +44 191 566 0231) connect Newcastle with Ponteland and Darras Hall, and they also run to Eldon Square Station, in the city centre, in around 30 minutes. They operate from Monday to Saturday and stop close to the airport, on highway B6918.
Bus 42A from Nexus (Tel +44 191 202 0747) links Kingston Park with Killingworth and Freeman Hospital. It leaves from in front of the terminal and intermediate stops include Cramlington, Dudley, Burradon, Wallsend, Howdon and North Shields. Route 74 serves Newcastle Eldon Square, Cowgate, Kingston Park, Ponteland, Darras Hall, Stamfordham, Matfen, Great Whittington, Oakwood and Hexham several times a day.
Latest updates: May 19, 2019