Flying to Newcastle Airport (NCL)
Since its inception in 1935, it has seen many a traveller off on new adventures to all corners of the earth. Sir Phillip Cunliffe-Lister, who was the Secretary of State for Air at the time, was the man responsible for the development of the airport - which cost approximately £35,000 in total to build. The very first airline to take off on the runway was North Eastern Airways with a classic 8-seater aircraft. Ever since that day, the airport has continued to soar to new heights, and by the start of the 21st century, was servicing over 3 million passengers every single year. Considering the airport's rich history and impressive success, who knows what's to come in the next few decades?
Facilities at Newcastle Airport
In an effort to ensure a memorable experience, the ultimate in convenience and comfort that is truly second to none, Newcastle Airport has gone above and beyond to provide travellers with a variety of world-class facilities.
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Airlines and destinations from Newcastle Airport
At Newcastle Airport, the main goal is to provide passengers with a safe, enjoyable experience. It is likely due to this fact that the airport works hand in hand with a number of respected airlines to give passengers a dizzying array of incredible international and domestic destinations to travel to.
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Parking, address & ground transportation
Newcastle Airport is located at:
Newcastle upon Tyne