Flights from Newcastle to London
Flight information Newcastle to London
Cheapest return price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 249 miles
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London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton and others
Airlines that fly from Newcastle to London
Two airlines fly to London from Newcastle: British Airways to London-Heathrow and Flybe to London-Stansted.
Terminal Information - Departing
Newcastle Airport only has one terminal, but it’s full of distractions to keep you occupied before you fly. There’s a Namco Games arcade to keep young travellers entertained, and a spa to keep you feeling fresh. There are lots of shops to choose from, whether you’re looking for duty free goods (Cuba Lily), the latest tech (Dixons Travel) or a good paperback to read on the plane (WHSmith). There are also plenty of places to grab a bite to eat, whether you’re looking for a sarnie (Upper Crust) or something more substantial (The Flying Hippo).
Newcastle Airport also has a lounge, The Aspire Lounge, which offers a break from the crowds and can be pre-booked online. Complementary snacks and drinks are available, and you can enjoy the peaceful atmosphere away from the bustle of the airport crowds.
Terminal Information - Arriving
Flights from Newcastle to Heathrow usually land at Terminal 5. This terminal is well connected both by train and by tube, via the Piccadilly Line. The Heathrow Express is the quickest way into the city centre; it’s a lot cheaper if you book your ticket in advance. If you’re on a budget or just want to take your time reaching the city the tube is the best option.
Stansted only has one terminal. The tube doesn’t go to Stansted airport, so if you’re heading into London you can either take the Stansted Express train (which is cheaper if you book in advance) or a bus into the city. National Express and easyBus both offer speedy coaches into central London.
You don’t need to bring your passport to travel from Newcastle to London. You do need to show a valid piece of photographic ID, however: your driving license is ideal. We recommend arriving no later than one hour before your flight is due to depart. If you’re checking luggage into the hold we would recommend arriving at least 90 minutes early. Due to queues at security we recommend giving yourself extra time if you’re flying at the weekend or during the school holidays.
What to expect in London
London is a lot more expensive than Newcastle. You can expect to pay about 30% more for a meal in a restaurant, and around 25% more for general consumer products like clothes and technology. It’s definitely worth breaking the piggy bank: London has plenty of great bars, restaurants, and shops to visit. London is usually a few degrees warmer than Newcastle, especially during the summer, so remember to pack your sunglasses and pick up some sunscreen before you fly.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.