Newcastle-upon-Tyne is one of the core cities in England. This port city is well-known for its Geordie dialect and also for offering the best nightlife in Britain. Newcastle is also being considered as the hub of culture, architecture and business.
Most of the international car hiring companies like Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Alamo and National has their excusive branches in Newcastle. The service desks of all these agencies are located at the airport and remain open 24*7 to assist you by the best possible means.
The Quaylink bus services are the most popular ones in Newcastle. Besides city centre, these buses also run between the Newcastle/Gateshead dockside. Several other bus operators like Arrive Northumbria, Go North East, Classic Coaches and Stagecoach in Newcastle are also there in this port city. From Newcastle, you can also avail all those buses that are heading to some of its major suburbs like Northumberland, County Durham, Gateshead, etc. The buses are available either from the Eldon Square Bus Station or from Haymarket.
The Noda taxis are the most popular ones in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. You will get to see a kiosk of the Noda taxis, just outside the Central Station. However, always remember that taxis are very hard to find during weekends.
Cross Country Trains, East Coast, ScotRail and Transpennine Express are some of the major long-distance railway operators in Newcastle. All these operators run frequent services in multiple destinations like London, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow and the list goes on.
State-of-the-art medical facilities are there to deal with all sorts of emergencies. Special assistance like wheelchairs reserved parking areas, lifts, toilets and electric mobility aids are also available for all those passengers who have reduced mobility.
The 4-star DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel is just 0.2 km away from the Newcastle International Airport. Apart from this, there is the Britannia Hotel Newcastle Airport, Novotel Newcastle Airport and Caledonian Hotel, few other well-known hotels which are located near the airport.
Quite a few ATMs are there in both the departure and arrival areas of the airport. Besides Euros and Sterling notes, few ATMs in the departure area also dispense Dollars.
Many catering outlets are there inside the airport, from where you can enjoy free Wi-Fi access for 30 minutes. However, to enjoy this privilege, first you need to buy any stuff from these outlets and the latter will immediately offer you with a code, which you need to enter in your web-enabled device to access free Wi-Fi.
The Servisair Executive Lounge and the British Airways Lounge are the two major lounges, located inside Newcastle International Airport. Before getting inside the flight, here you can either relax for few hours or finish your work as per your needs.
Loads of entertainment is there inside the Newcastle International Airport. Among these, the Game Grid is one of the most notable ones. From arcade games to soccer machine, here you will get everything to keep yourself engaged for some time.
This compression arch suspended-deck bridge is unquestionably one of the major tourist spots in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The Tyne Bridge is widely renowned all over the world and attracts countless travelers from time to time.
This is one of the most wonderfully preserved Victorian shopping arcades, which you are going to find in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Here, you will also get to see the famous Tourist Information Bureau and Windows of the Arcade, one of the oldest music shops in Newcastle.