Newcastle is located in Woolsington in the city of Newcastle is the 11th busiest airport in the United Kingdom. Newcastle is the largest of two main airports serving the North East, it handles over 5 million passenges in a year. The average flight time from Newcastle to Jersey is 1 hour and 40 minutes, it costs from just £130 return price from Newcastle to Jersey and is only 649 miles away. Newcastle was the first regional airport in the UK to install common-use self-service kiosks in the terminal, allowing passengers to check-in themselves without the need to queue at a conventional desk. Newcastle Airport is located approximately 6 miles from the city centre. Newcastle Airport currently offers fifteen flights a day to London, Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted plus many other domestic flights. Internationally, Newcastle offers 6 flights a day to Amsterdam, another major hub airport. It also provides a variety of other international flights.
In its thousand years of history Newcastle, known as Newcastle-upon-Tyne, has grown from a defensive fort on Hadrian's wall, to one of the most influential cities in industry. Today, Newcastle has become a world leader in culture. Recently Newcastle has had one of the fastest growing tourist industries in the world. It is for this reason that we have created this site, to help anyone planning a trip to Newcastle to have the best time possible. You can visit one of the many historic castles in the surrounding area, or plan on visiting any of the numerous museums dedicated to one of the many industries that Newcastle fostered.