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Departure Mon, 22 Jul Return Wed, 31 Jul
BRS Bristol
NCL Newcastle
return from £56
Departure Thu, 08 Aug Return Tue, 13 Aug
BRS Bristol
NCL Newcastle
return from £60
Departure Fri, 19 Jul Return Tue, 23 Jul
CWL Cardiff
NCL Newcastle
return from £171
Departure Thu, 08 Aug Return Tue, 13 Aug
CWL Cardiff
NCL Newcastle
return from £198
Flight route information
Find out further information on Cardiff and Newcastle to help you prepare for your trip.
Currency and price comparison
Train
Local, one-way ticket
50%

Trains are 50% more expensive in Newcastle than in Cardiff.

Cardiff
£1.9
Newcastle
£2.9
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
10%

The average meal is 10% more expensive in Newcastle than in Cardiff.

Cardiff
£10
Newcastle
£11
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
30%

A taxi fare in Newcastle is 30% cheaper than in Cardiff.

Cardiff
£3
Newcastle
£2
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
0%

A coffee in Newcastle costs roughly the same as in Cardiff.

Cardiff
£2.6
Newcastle
£2.7
( Cardiff airports
  • ? Cardiff-Wales (CWL)
    How far from city centre: 10 miles
  • ? Bristol (BRS)
    How far from city centre: 25 miles
) Newcastle airports
  • ? Newcastle International (NCL)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
L Distance: 249 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Cardiff to Newcastle

How long is the flight from Cardiff to Newcastle?

It takes just 90 minutes to fly from the Welsh capital to Newcastle in the north of England on direct flights.

What are the most common stopovers?

Transfer flights are not usually necessary when travelling from Cardiff to Newcastle, as Flybe offers frequent direct departures. Some cheap deals can be found, however, when stopping in Amsterdam on KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.

What are the most important things to pack in my suitcase when travelling to Newcastle?

Newcastle has a very similar annual temperature range to Cardiff, with mild winters and warm summers. Pack seasonally appropriate clothing and gear, such as a good winter coat, or sun cream and sunglasses in the summer. Bring comfortable walking shoes if you fancy exploring the nearby Northumbrian countryside on your trip, a favourite for outdoor enthusiasts in England.

Which airlines fly from Cardiff to Newcastle

Flybe offers direct flights between Cardiff and Newcastle every weekday. This budget carrier is superb for getting cheap flights domestically in the UK. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines also provides services with a stopover in Amsterdam.

How to find cheap flights from Cardiff to Newcastle

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When are the best times to fly from Cardiff to Newcastle?

  • May often sees pleasant, mild weather and offers a convenient break before the summer high season.
  • June is warmer still and also just before the summer rush in Newcastle.
  • August is Newcastle's warmest month on average, with temperatures around 20°C or higher during the day.
  • Visit in December for Newcastle Christmas Market and plenty of superb retail opportunities at Central Arcade and Eldon Garden Shopping Centre.

Airports in Cardiff

Cardiff Airport (CWL) is Wales' main air hub, offering frequent flights to destinations in England and further afield. It's close to the centre of the city and is easily reached either by train or taxi.

Useful information about Cardiff Airport

Cardiff Airport is about 15 miles from the city centre.

How to get to the airport:

  • By train – hop aboard the TransCymru T9 train from Canal Street to Cardiff Airport in approximately 40 minutes.
  • By car or taxi – allow at least half an hour, or more to be on the safe side. The fastest route is via Port Road and the A4050 from the centre of Cardiff.

Services: open 24/7, free Wi-Fi access for two hours, a good selection of places to eat and shop, baby changing facilities, smoking areas outside the airport and near the departure lounges inside.

Airports in Newcastle

Newcastle International Airport (NCL) is one of the North's main air hubs, and offers a choice of transfer options. It's also close to the centre of the city, and can be quickly reached by road or coach.

Useful information about Newcastle Airport

Newcastle Airport is a mere six miles from central Newcastle.

How to get to Newcastle:

  • By car or taxi – drive to the airport in around 15 minutes or so, either via the A696 or a combination of the A167 and A696.
  • By coach – leave from Haymarket Barras Bridge on the X78 service, or from Monument on the Green Line bus. It takes between 30 and 60 minutes to reach the airport by coach.

Services: open 24/7, unlimited free Wi-Fi, many shops and restaurants, baby changing facilities, and outside smoking areas.

What to do and visit in Newcastle

  • Take a trip to the Angel of the North, a huge, iconic statue in the countryside of Northumbria which is a whopping 54 metres across.
  • Tour the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, with a minimalist theme and exciting art shows and exhibitions.
  • Visit the 12th century Newcastle Castle, offering splendid views over the city. It's known locally as simply "The Castle" and is one of the city's most striking historical structures.
  • Bring the kids to the Discovery Museum, themed around science and technology.
  • Visit the beautiful Gibside, a stately home dating from the 18th century.
  • Explore Beamish, an outdoor living museum that brings to life the history of Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian life in England.
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