Cheap Flights from Newcastle to Venice (NCL - VCE)
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- Fri 8 NovNCLTSFSat 16 NovVCENCLRyanairIndirectfrom £120
- Tue 12 NovNCLVCEThu 21 NovTSFNCLBritish Airways + RyanairIndirectfrom £126
- Thu 7 NovNCLTSFMon 11 NovVCENCLRyanairIndirectfrom £133
Flight information Newcastle to Venice
Cheapest return price last month
Average flight time, total distance 895 miles
Most popular airline last month
Venice Marco Polo and Venice Treviso
Frequently asked questions
This information is correct as of December 2015
Airlines that fly from Newcastle to Venice
There are currently no direct flights from Newcastle to Venice. KLM offer connecting flights via Amsterdam and Air France fly to Venice via Paris.
Terminal Information – Departing
Newcastle Airport only has one terminal. There's a good range of shops and restaurants to keep you occupied, as well as an Aspire Lounge if you need a bit of extra luxury. Shops include airport favourites like World Duty Free, WHSmith and Boots as well as some high-street brands such as JD Sports and Accessorize. Whatever your appetite you're sure to find something to satisfy your hunger at the airport. Starbucks and Greggs are ideal if you're on the red-eye flight (there's nothing coffee and a cake can't cure) while Upper Crust and Burger King are good for a quick lunch. If you've arrived at the airport early you can enjoy a more relaxing meal in The Cabin or The Flying Hippo American Diner. The Beer House is perfect for pre-flight drinks, and smokers will be glad to hear that they have a small outdoor area. The Aspire Lounge entry prices start at £21.99* and there are often discounts if you book in advance. The lounge has unlimited Wi-Fi, complimentary snacks and drinks, and plenty of comfy seating.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Venice-Marco Polo airport has one terminal with plenty of transfer options into the city centre. Water taxis are the most romantic (and most convenient) way to get into the city. The boat departure point is about ten minutes from the terminal. You can expect to pay €100-160* (about £70-112) for the trip into the city centre. A cheaper option is bus number 5, although this stops at Piazzale Roma just outside the city walls (central Venice is traffic-free). There are also buses to Mestre Railway station, the nearby beaches, and the Alpine ski resorts. Bus tickets can be bought on board ATVO and FSVbusitalia buses, at the ticket machines in baggage reclaim, or at the public transportation ticket office inside the terminal. Although cars are not permitted in the centre of Venice, you can hire a car at Venice-Marco Polo Airport. Most of the major car hire companies have desks in the arrivals ahll.
You need a valid passport to fly from Newcastle to Venice. We recommend arriving at the airport at least two hours before your flight is scheduled to depart.
What to expect in Venice
Venice is one hour ahead of Newcastle and the currency is the Euro (€). Prices in Venice are expensive for Southern Europe and are comparable to Newcastle: some things actually cost more than they would at home. Venice is a traffic free city due to its canals, so get used to walking or getting around by boat. Cars can be parked at Europe's largest car park, which is just outside the city walls.
*Prices subject to change
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.