Cheap Flights from Bristol to Newcastle
Flight information Bristol to Newcastle
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Average flight time, total distance 256 miles
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Airlines that fly from Bristol to Newcastle
The only airline currently offering flights from Bristol to Newcastle is easyJet.
Terminal Information – Departing
Bristol Airport has one terminal, making it an easy airport to travel from. There’s a good range of shops and restaurants to keep you entertained while you wait for your flight. You can browse laptops and cameras at Dixons Travel, pick up some high end alcohol or cosmetics in WorldDutyFree, and grab some snacks for the flight at WHSmith. There are also a few high street names like JD Sports and Accessorize.
If you want to grab a bite before you fly you can enjoy a sit down meal at Dexters or the Brunel Bar & Kitchen. There’s also a Costa if you just need a quick pick-me-up. Every passenger at Bristol Airport can enjoy half an hour of free Wi-Fi, but if you have a bit of work to do before catching your flight to Newcastle it’s worth booking in for a couple of hours in the Aspire Lounge. The Lounge offers a peaceful environment to work or relax, with unlimited free Wi-Fi and complementary drinks and snacks.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Newcastle Airport only has one terminal. You can catch the Metro (underground train) from the airport, and it’s the fastest and cheapest way to reach the city centre. There’s also a taxi rank outside the airport however you can expect to pay a lot more to reach central Newcastle.
You don’t need your passport to travel within the UK. You do need to bring an officially recognised piece of photographic ID, such as your driving license. EasyJet no longer have check-in desks. You will either need to print your boarding card at home or download the easyJet app onto your smartphone. The app will let you display your boarding card on your phone: just show it at security and at the boarding gate.
Try to arrive at least an hour before your flight is due to depart, or earlier if you’re checking in some luggage. We also recommend arriving early if you’re travelling during the evening, at the weekend, or in the school holidays as queues at security are often longer.
What to expect in Newcastle
Newcastle is much cheaper than Bristol so you can expect to have more spending power especially on food and drink. Don’t miss out on the 8 best things to do in Newcastle: whether you’re into art, food, or history there’s something for everyone in the Toon. Remember that Newcastle is a lot further north, and is likely to be a few degrees colder. Even if Bristol is enjoying a heat-wave you should pack a cosy jumper just in case.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.