Manchester to Newquay flights

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Departure Mon, 1 06 2020 Return Mon, 8 06 2020
MAN Manchester
NQY Newquay
return from £291
Departure Mon, 22 06 2020 Return Sun, 28 06 2020
MAN Manchester
NQY Newquay
return from £275
Departure Fri, 22 05 2020 Return Fri, 29 05 2020
BHX Birmingham
NQY Newquay
return from £347
Departure Sat, 20 06 2020 Return Sat, 27 06 2020
BHX Birmingham
NQY Newquay
return from £366
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Find out further information on Manchester and Newquay to help you prepare for your trip.
( Manchester airports
  • ? Manchester International (MAN)
    How far from city centre: 9 miles
  • ? Birmingham Intl (BHX)
    How far from city centre: 74 miles
  • ? Liverpool John Lennon (LPL)
    How far from city centre: 27 miles
) Newquay airports
  • ? Newquay Civil (NQY)
    How far from city centre: 1 miles
L Distance: 244 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Manchester to Newquay

How long is the flight from Manchester to Newquay

Flight duration of a direct flight from Manchester to Newquay is around 1 hour and 10 minutes.

What are the most common stopovers

London Heathrow (LHR), Birmingham International (BHX), and Dublin (DUB) are the most common stopover airports for cheap flights from Manchester to Newquay, depending on the flight path.

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

Bring your beach gear – Newquay is known as the surf capital of the UK, and it's easy to see why with 9 sandy beaches around town. It's also warmer on average than most of the UK, including in winter.

Which airlines fly from Manchester to Newquay

Only one airline offers direct domestic flights from Manchester to Newquay, but you can find trips with numerous other airlines, such as:

  • Flybe, Europe's largest independent regional carrier and the only airline offering direct daily flights from Manchester to Newquay.
  • Aer Lingus, Ireland's national airline, based in Dublin.
  • Eurowings, a low-budget subsidiary of Lufthansa, Germany's national flag-carrier airline.
  • Ryanair, a major low-cost Irish airline and one of Europe's biggest airlines by passengers flown.

How to find cheap flights from Manchester to Newquay

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When are the best times to fly from Manchester to Newquay

  • August is the best time for a beach holiday, when temperatures are high, Newquay's population multiplies and the city's many trendy restaurants, cafes, bars, and venues are humming with life.
  • June is ideal if you'd like to avoid the crowds, since the summer season is already kicking in but things are a bit more laid-back as the beaches are yet to be swarmed by school holiday crowds and summer residents.
  • October may not sound like the best time for a beach getaway, but it's almost the cheapest time to go to Newquay and, with the nights still relatively long, it's your last chance for a late (late) summer escape.

Airports in Manchester

There is one major passenger airport in Manchester, which is the biggest in the UK outside of London: Manchester Airport (MAN).

Useful information about Manchester Airport

Located in Wythenshawe, Manchester Airport is situated roughly 9 miles south of Manchester city centre.

How to get to the airport:

  • By train – 20 minutes from Manchester Picadilly, departures every 10 minutes throughout the day and night.
  • By taxi – no more than 20 minutes from central Manchester.
  • By bus – across Greater Manchester there are 10 different bus routes running to the airport, and a direct 24/7 bus goes from Manchester Central Coach Station to the airport in 25 minutes.

Services: open 24 hours, smoking areas, a huge range of shops, prayer room, business facilities, free WiFi throughout the airport up to 60 minutes, various cafes, restaurants, and bars open all hours.

Airports in Newquay

Newquay is home to Cornwall's major air passenger hub, receiving both international and domestic passenger flights: Cornwall Airport Newquay.

Useful information about Cornwall Airport Newquay

Cornwall Airport Newquay (NQY) is situated 5 miles northeast of Newquay at St Mawgan.

How to get from the airport to the city:

  • By taxi – 15 minutes into Newquay, can be pre-booked or picked up outside the arrivals terminal from the airport's official taxi provider.
  • By bus – the A5 bus from Padstow stops at the airport on its way to Newquay; the bus stop is outside arrivals, between the terminal building and the west car park.
  • By train – there is no rail service between the airport and Newquay.
  • By bike – rental bikes can be arranged to meet you on arrival at the airport only 5 miles from Newquay town, and luggage transfer to your accommodation can be included if required.

Services: cash machine, free WiFi throughout the terminal building, one full-service and fully-licenced cafe, executive business lounge, and a small shop.

What to do and visit in Newquay

  • Sit in a 1950s-style cafe, take a scenic flight, jump in a jet fighter cockpit and learn about Cornish and British aviation history at the Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre, just a 10-minute drive from Newquay.
  • For adrenaline junkies: cruise over Cornwall on the longest and fastest zip wire in England or experience the world's first commercial freefall onto an inflatable airbag.
  • Hire a board, learn to surf, or play in the waves at one of the 9 beaches surrounding Britain's undoubted surf capital, Newquay.
  • Sit overlooking the water and sip on some summer cocktails at one of Newquay's many waterfront bars, or sample some of Cornwall's freshest seafood around Newquay's famous restaurant scene.
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