Flights from Newcastle to London Heathrow

Newcastle to London Heathrow

  • There are 41 flights a week from Newcastle to London Heathrow
  • The most popular airline flying from Newcastle to London Heathrow last month was British Airways
  • 1 airline flies direct from Newcastle to London Heathrow
  • Newcastle to London Heathrow is 251 miles
  • The average flight time from Newcastle to London Heathrow is 1h 15min
  • £120 was the cheapest return price from Newcastle to London Heathrow last month

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Flights from Newcastle to Heathrow

This information is correct as of September 2015

Airlines that fly from Newcastle to Heathrow

British Airways is the only airline which offers direct flights between Newcastle and London Heathrow Airport.

Terminal Information

Newcastle Airport

There is just one terminal at Newcastle Airport and passengers on flights to London should aim to arrive at the airport at least one hour before your flight is scheduled to depart. British Airways offers both online and mobile check in in advance.

The airport has a number of facilities for passengers. There’s free Wi-Fi for up to 45 minutes throughout the terminal building. Once you’re through to the departures lounge, you’ll find a selection of food, drink and shopping options. The recently renovated terminal is home to shops such as Boots, WHSmith, Accessorize and a World Duty Free store. Food and drink outlets include the Flying Hippo diner, the Beer House bar and The Cabin bar and restaurant which has views over the airfield. There’s also a Travelex currency exchange and an arcade of computer games. Premium lounges are also available for a fee.

London Heathrow Airport

Heathrow Airport is located 12 miles west of London city centre, British Airways flights from Newcastle fly into Terminal 5.

In the arrivals area passengers will find a range of facilities. These include a WHSmith, M&S Simply Food, a travel accessory shop and an information point. There are also a couple of cafés such as Caffe Nero and Costa Coffee where you can get a bite to eat.

The terminal is home to a number of car hire companies including Avis, Europcar, Hertz, National, Alamo, Budget and Sixt. Hiring a car is a great option if you’re heading away from London or to its outer suburbs but public transport is your best bet if you’re travelling to the city centre.

The airport has a number of stops on the London Underground Piccadilly Line, one of which is based at Terminal 5. Tubes run regularly into the city centre and it takes around an hour to get there. Remember when buying your ticket that the airport is located in zone 6.

Passengers can also choose to travel to the city centre via the Heathrow Express train. It departs every 15 minutes and takes just 15 minutes to reach London Paddington rail station. This is the quickest but also the most expensive option. Other options include the Heathrow Connect train or a selection of local buses.

Practical Information

As a British national, you don’t need a passport to fly within the UK. However, you will need to carry some form of photographic identification. The kinds of identification accepted are specified by your airline so you should check with them before travelling.

What to Expect in London

Prices in London are very expensive when compared with Newcastle. A mid-range three course meal for two will cost around £50.00, a bottle of beer £4.00 and a one way journey on public transport £2.50. The weather in London is pretty similar to that of Newcastle. However, it is usually a few degrees warmer in the capital.

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