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Departure Tue, 12 Nov Return Tue, 19 Nov
NCL Newcastle
BRS Bristol
return from £70
Departure Wed, 27 Nov Return Thu, 28 Nov
NCL Newcastle
BRS Bristol
return from £75
Departure Wed, 06 Nov Return Thu, 07 Nov
NCL Newcastle
CWL Cardiff
return from £165
Departure Tue, 26 Nov Return Thu, 28 Nov
NCL Newcastle
CWL Cardiff
return from £174
Flight route information
Find out further information on Newcastle and Cardiff to help you prepare for your trip.
Currency and price comparison
Train
Local, one-way ticket
30%

Trains in Cardiff are 30% cheaper than in Newcastle.

Newcastle
£2.9
Cardiff
£2
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
20%

A meal in Cardiff is 20% cheaper than a meal in Newcastle.

Newcastle
£12
Cardiff
£10
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
50%

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

Newcastle
£2
Cardiff
£2.9
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
6%

Coffee in Cardiff is 6% cheaper than in Newcastle.

Newcastle
£2.71
Cardiff
£2.55
( Newcastle airports
  • ? Newcastle International (NCL)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
) Cardiff airports
  • ? Bristol (BRS)
    How far from city centre: 25 miles
  • ? Cardiff-Wales (CWL)
    How far from city centre: 10 miles
L Distance: 249 miles

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Useful information for the flight from Newcastle to Cardiff

How long is the flight from Newcastle to Cardiff?

Direct flights from Newcastle to Cardiff take 1 hour 30 minutes. Most flights are non-stop.

Is there a time change from Newcastle to Cardiff?

Newcastle and Cardiff are both in the UK, and in the same time zone, Greenwich Mean Time.

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

Cardiff's temperatures can vary from an average of 22 degrees in summer, to 8 degrees in winter. It's wise to pack water-resistant clothing no matter what time you visit, along with jumpers for layering up. Hiking boots will give you great support if you're going to be doing a lot of exploring, and Cardiff has a vibrant nightlife scene so you may want to pack an outfit to dress up in. Don't forget your camera, as there are plenty of photo opportunities in this beautiful part of South East Wales.

Which airlines fly from Newcastle to Cardiff

There are a couple of airlines offering flights from Newcastle to Cardiff:

  • FlyBe - Europe's largest independent regional airline, based in Britain.
  • easyJet - major low-cost airline.

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When are the best times to fly from Newcastle to Cardiff

  • January is the time to soak up culture by supporting local music in Cardiff, at the Independent Venue Week festival. Various groups play gigs at several independent venues throughout the capital.
  • In February, celebrate with the locals as the popular Six Nations Rugby Tournment comes to Cardiff. Enjoy the home fixtures during the tournament's run at the Principality Stadium or at a local pub.
  • April is great for gardening enthusiasts, who can pick up gardening ideas and enjoy beautiful plants at the RHS Flower Show Cardiff, at Bute Park in the city centre.
  • July is the time to soak up the sun and get out on the water with a boat trip on Cardiff Bay. Choose from options like an Aquabus, private motorboat, or thrilling powerboat experience.

Airports in Newcastle

Newcastle and the surrounding areas are served by Newcastle International Airport (NCL).

Useful information about Newcastle International Airport

Newcastle International Airport is located in Woolsington, about 6 miles from the city centre.

How to get to the airport:

  • By Metro - light rail system connecting the airport station with Newcastle City Centre, green line trains run 7 days a week, 25 minute journey.
  • By train - North East rail network connects to Metro green line at Central Station, located below Newcastle railway station.
  • By bus - X78 and X77 hourly service from Eldon Square Bus Station, 18 minutes.
  • By car - easily accessible via A1 and regional road connections, less than 20 minutes from the city centre.

Services: free Wi-Fi, Aerospa beauty lounge, kids entertainment & games areas, retail outlets open 4am-8pm, World Duty Free & WH Smiths open from first to last flight.

Airports in Cardiff

Cardiff is served by one major airport, Cardiff Airport (CWL).

Useful information about Cardiff Airport

Cardiff Airport is located in the Vale of Glamorgan, close to the village of Rhoose, and 30 minutes from Cardiff city centre.

How to get from the airport to Cardiff city centre:

  • By bus - T9 express service to Cardiff Bay and city centre every 20 to 30 minutes, and 905 to Rhoose Cardiff International Airport station for rail links to Cardiff.
  • By rail - 10 minute shuttle bus ride to Rhoose Cardiff International Airport station, hourly rail service on weekdays and weekend service every two hours to Cardiff Central station.
  • By car - 12 miles and 30 minutes to the city centre, via the A48. On-site car rental available.
  • By taxi - pre-book a private transfer with FlightLink Wales.

Services: executive lounge, meeting rooms, 2 hours free Wi-Fi, bar and coffee shops, duty-free shop, newsagents, pharmacy.

What to do and visit in Cardiff

  • View Welsh historical and cultural exhibits at the National Museum Cardiff.
  • Explore the picturesque marina area at Cardiff Bay, a redeveloped docklands area with various arts and cultural venues, bars, and restaurants.
  • Enjoy the open-air museum and traditional crafts at St. Fagans National Museum of History.
  • Cheer on the Welsh rugby union team at the Principality Stadium.
  • Take in a concert at the Wales Millennium Centre.
  • Walk through acres of landscaped parkland at Bute Park.
  • Experience the history and stories behind Cardiff Castle.
  • Visit the Christmas winter wonderland held on Cardiff City Hall's lawn, including an ice rink and Christmas fair.
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