Newcastle Airport Parking

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Overview

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Our Newcastle Airport parking services can help make any journey through the airport easier, as we offer both on and off-site parking options that can save you up to 60% on other providers. Located just six miles North West of Newcastle city centre, the airport is an ideal gateway overseas for travellers from the North East of England and is easily accessible by car.

Services at Newcastle

NEWCASTLE ON AIRPORT PARKING Rated 4 / 5
AIRPARKS PARK & RIDE Rated 4 / 5
NEWCASTLE AIRPARKS LONG TERM VALUE Rated 4 / 5

Our Newcastle Airport services have been rated 92 out of 100 based on 56 user reviews.

Our services explained

All of the services we provide at Newcastle Airport offer great value for money and make travelling easier thanks to our secure car parks and local car parks.

We’re a real company with on-the-ground experts, so you know you’re in safe hands whichever option you decide is best for you.

On Airport parking
Our On Airport service is within walking distance of the terminal, meaning you can walk quickly and easily from your car to your check-in desk and still enjoy the fantastic savings of our Purple Parking price guarantee.

At Newcastle Airport, Purple Parking offers On Airport Parking operated by:

Park and Ride
Located one mile from Newcastle Airport, our Park and Ride service is just a short bus journey from the terminal. The car park is floodlit, manned 24 hours a day and state-of-the-art CCTV systems means your car will be constantly watched in our secure car park.

Our Park and Ride services are operated by:

Terminal Layout

Newcastle Airport has one terminal, spread over two floors. Those arriving by train will need to head to Newcastle Airport Metro station, which is easily reached in 25 minutes from Newcastle Central Station. These leave around every 12 minutes from 5.44am to 11.58pm.

Bus and coach bays are located in front of the terminal building.

Terminal map
Newcastle Airport is currently redeveloping the departures lounge and so do not have an up-to-date map available. This should be complete in summer 2015. They have an interactive map of the public and check in areas on site, showing facilities on the ground floor.

Check-in
Check-in is on the ground floor of the terminal. To reach security and departures, you’ll need to head to the upper floor.

Leisure and family facilities

There are four baby change stations throughout the airport – two before security and two in departures.

There are currently no facilities for heating baby milk throughout the terminal.

Families are permitted to push buggies through security, but your child will have to be removed momentarily while the buggy is x-rayed.

For older children, Namco Games in the departures lounge offers slot machines, crane machines and arcade games to keep them entertained and is open 24 hours.

Shopping
There are shops available both before and after security. On the ground floor public areas, you’ll be able to pick up magazines at WHSmith, food at Whistlestop and money for your trip at Travelex.

A variety of shops will also be available in the departures lounge once this is complete in summer 2015. This will include shops such as Cuba Lily, which sells top jewellery brands, Boots for cosmetics, last minute wash items or medicine and WHSmith for reading materials.

Visitors can enjoy tax-free shopping at a walk-through World Duty Free store.

Opening times may vary, but most shops are open between the first and last departing flights.

See the shopping section of Newcastle Airport’s ‘At the Airport’ pages for more information.

Food & drink
There are also plenty of options for eating and drinking both on the ground floor before security and in the upstairs departures lounge.

On the ground floor, visitors can pick up a snack at Greggs, enjoy a coffee or pastry at Starbucks or have a drink and bar snack at Condeco Bar.

Once in the departures lounge, there is currently a brand new American diner called the Flying Hippo and the Beer House where passengers will have the chance to sample some delicious local ales. More food and beverage options will be available when the redevelopment is complete, including The Cabin for fine wine and good food or Bar 11 for pub food and great drinks.

See the food and drink section of Newcastle Airport’s ‘At the Airport’ pages for more information.

Opening times may vary slightly, but most cafes and restaurants are open between the first and last departing flights.

Business facilities

Executive lounge
Start your journey in style by booking in to the Aspire by Servisair Lounge at the airport. The lounge offers complimentary food and drink, free WiFi, charging facilities and a relaxed environment for around £18.99 per person.

Free WiFi
Visitors can enjoy complimentary WiFi at a selection of the catering outlets throughout Newcastle Airport, both before and after security. When making a purchase customers can request a code for 30 minutes free WiFi. Examples of relevant outlets include Starbucks, Condecco Bar, Eagle Bar Diner, Wine and Deli, and Caffe Ritazza.

How to connect
Turn on your wireless-enabled device. When prompted choose the network called ‘Luton Airport WiFi’ and launch your web browser to access the welcome page.

Internet kiosks and printing
There are public access internet kiosks before check-in with printers (although printing will incur an extra charge) and also after check-in, without printers.

Special assistance

Newcastle Airport requests that passengers needing special assistance make the necessary arrangements with their travel agent, tour operator or airline at the time of booking or no later than 48 hours before date of departure. If you will be travelling with a mobility scooter, email prm@newcastleinternational.co.uk to ensure that the airport is aware you wish to travel with a mobility aid.

When at the airport, disabled customers requiring assistance can head to the Special assistance desk located next to WHSmith in the terminal building.

For more information, visit the Restricted Mobility Passengers.

Getting there

Driving Directions
Newcastle Airport is easily accessible and clearly signposted from the A1, which connects with the upgraded A696 directly to the airport.

Route planner
To plan your route you can use the AA or RAC tools below:

http://www.rac.co.uk/route-planner/
http://www.theaa.com/route-planner/index.jsp

Sat Navs
Use this postcode: NE13 8BZ

Map
For a map to Newcastle Airport and the roads approaching it, see here:
http://www.newcastleairport.com/getting-here