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LocationNewcastle Airport is the ninth largest airport in the United Kingdom. It is located at about 6 miles from Newcastle city centre. The A1 is the closest major road to the airport. Passengers, who might be traveling from traveling from Edinburgh, will find it easier to move through A68 and then the A696.

Know your Airport - The Airport was first opened on the 26th of July, 1935 by the then Secretary of State for Air, Sir Phillip Cunliffe-Lister. The airport is owned by seven local authorities and Copenhagen Airport. The airport has seen fantastic development in recent years. Newcastle has been recognized as the fastest growing regional airport in the United Kingdom. Newcastle Airport covered 5.19 million passengers in 2005. Construction of a new Air Traffic Control Tower on the north side of the site has begun. The building is expected to be fully operational by December 2007 and will cost around £8.2 million.  

Airport Structure

  TerminalsNewcastle Airport Main Terminal was built during the 1990s. All the major airlines as well as travelers use this terminal.

Transit systems
– There is no such exclusive transit system in operation at the Airport. However passengers use the Tyne and Wear Metro service. The journey time to Newcastle Central Station is 24 minutes and Sunderland can be reached in 50 minutes using the same line. It is a good example of a rapid public transit system.

Inside the terminals
– The check-in desks are situated on the ground floor of the terminal building. There is an Information Desk, in the Main Terminal Building. This is open for 24 hours a day catering to passenger enquiries. The check-in times for both International flights and European flights is 2 hours prior to departure. For domestic flights, the time is just an hour before departure. Boarding generally begins around 30-45 minutes before departure. The departure lounge is positioned on the first floor of the terminal building. There are a number of shops and places to eat in the departure lounge. For the forget traveler, kindly note that the left luggage facilities can be found on the ground floor on the sides of the check-in desks.

Safety - Safety has always been the topmost priority on the minds of its authorities. Elaborate but hassle-free security arrangements are in place. Travelers are requested not to carry items like scissors, blades, knives, needles and even pool cues/darts. The security policy for cylinders, magnets, fire-lighters, poisons and radioactive materials etc. are is very strict. The authorities of the Newcastle Airport maintain highest standards of security and safety.

Business facilities
– For the business traveler, the airport provides good services. There are 2 Executive lounges in Newcastle airport. One of them allows passengers over 12 years old in the lounges. Passengers usually receive complimentary drinks and snacks. Phone, fax and internet facilities are readily available in this lounge. The BA Executive Lounge is open for all full fare paying BA passengers. There is a coffee bar, serving snacks and wine, which can used as meeting points. There is an internet lounge which provides broadband and WiFi facilities. A digital photo centre is also present which enables business travelers to get a quick snap for passports and related needs. Click here to know more.

Family interests
– The authorities of Newcastle Airport realize that family interests are deeply connected with entertainment for children. This is the reason the terminal has a gaming outlet. There are a number of arcade games and simulators available for the paid use. While children are busy with entertainment, adults can keep themselves busy with books, comics and games at many shopping outlets at the airport. There are specialty shops which sell a wide range of confectionery. There are a number of shops equally before and after security. Tax and duty free stores are usually located after the security search. For women there is a beauty lounge offering manicures, massages and facials. This one of a kind facility can be found in the terminal building.

  Special serviceNewcastle Airport is sensitive towards the needs of the disabled. This is the reason they have a whole range of facilities to help them and make their journey comfortable a comfortable one. Free wheelchair use is available on request. There are many toilets with alarm buttons, especially made for the disabled. Like seriously ill travelers, the disabled travelers can also use the Ambulifts available for access to aircraft. Facilities like text-phone are available just opposite the information desk. Please remember to inform your airline of any particular needs preferably 48 hours before journey. Pre-arranging any essential aid will ensure that it's obtainable and minimum time is lost once you arrive at the airport.

Parking options
– In and around Newcastle Airport there are many good Short Stay as well as Long Stay parking options. Short-stay parking is perfect for picking-up or dropping-off passengers. Long stay parking is best for passengers willing to use the services for more than 4 - 8 days.

Extra information
- Tourist Information is available at the Newcastle International Airport tourist information desk. It gives solid advice on the local area, services, lodging and journey. For the reclusive traveler who seeks spiritual peace, a Chaplaincy room is available for quiet and prayer. It is located by the top of the escalators in the Terminal. Newcastle International Airport has recently won three esteemed awards. Newcastle International Airport outdid others and won three awards for ‘Customer Service Star’, ‘Most Improved Airport of the Year’ and the ‘Be a Star Winner 2005’ at a Annual Conference in 2006.

Leaving from Newcastle airportNewcastle airport does not have its own train station, but the promising Metro Line puts it simply 30 minutes away from the city train station. The metro services are repeated and are the best way to get out of Newcastle city centre. There are standard bus services which take travelers from the Newcastle Airport Terminal to the City centre, the Metro Centre in Gateshead and Blyth. National Express runs services from all over the country into Newcastle city centre. For those who enjoy their privacy, taxis can be booked in advance to give themselves speed and some extra time.

- There is a lost property recovery service in the airport. There are many cashpoints adjacent to domestic arrivals to give cash to the travelers. Other essentials like telephone booths and postal services are available in the Main terminal building.

Airlines operating from Newcastle airport

  Air France, Air Malta, Air Wales, British Airways, Eastern Airways, easyJet, Flybe, Jet2.com, Hapag-Lloyd Express, KLM, Ryanair, Scandinavian Airlines System, SN Brussels Airlines, Thomsonfly, Widerøe etc. There are many charter flights operators in Newcastle and they cater to many destinations in Europe, the Middle East and North America. Operators include Futura, MyTravel Airways, Thomsonfly and Thomas Cook Airlines etc.

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