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Flights Dublin to Newcastle

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Visitors get a warm welcome in Newcastle, famed for its nightlife, contemporary culture and industrial past.
Currency exchange rates and cost of life
Train
Local, one-way ticket
1%

Trains in Newcastle are 1% cheaper than in Dublin.

Dublin
£2.42
Newcastle
£2.4
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
11%

A meal in Newcastle is 11% cheaper than a meal in Dublin.

Dublin
£13.47
Newcastle
£12
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
44%

A taxi fare in Newcastle is 44% cheaper than in Dublin.

Dublin
£3.59
Newcastle
£2
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
3%

Coffee in Newcastle is 3% cheaper than in Dublin.

Dublin
£2.7
Newcastle
£2.61
( Dublin airports
  • ? Dublin (DUB)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
) Newcastle airports
  • ? Newcastle International (NCL)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
L Distance: 219 miles

Travelling to and from the airports

Flights from Dublin

Crammed with history and intriguing sights, Dublin is a cultural hotspot with a world-renowned nightlife to boot, making it an ideal place to spend a few days. Dublin's busy airport operates regular flights from Dublin to Newcastle and flights can leave from either of the two terminals. Both terminals can be accessed from the other by a footbridge.

Part of Terminal 1 dates back to 1940 and was designed by architect Desmond Fitzgerald. It was awarded many architectural accolades because of the curved shape of it building and tiered floors that are said to represent the undulating contours of a great ocean liner. Now a listed building, this terminal is still in operational use.

Travel to Dublin airport

Passengers taking flights from Dublin will depart from Dublin Airport, about six miles from the city centre, close to the M1 or M50 motorways. To get to the airport by bus you can take the 16 from Ballinteer, 41 from Lower Abbey Street or 102 from Sutton Station. There is also the Airlink 747 and 757 express bus services. Airlink 747 runs via the Convention Centre, Connolly Rail Station, Trinity College and Temple Bar as well as other city centre locations. Airlink 757 runs via Cardiff Lane, Merrion Square and Camden. From the city centre and south of Dublin, Aircoach connects with the airport, while the Airport Hopper runs a service from Tallaght and Maynooth.

Arriving in Newcastle

Whether you come for the party, to stroll around Newcastle United's legendary football ground or hit the shops, there's plenty to see and do in the famously friendly city of Newcastle. The city has a long industrial history, Grade 1 listed architecture, such as Castle Keep, which dates back to the 12th century, a lively student population and modern art scene. When the sun goes down, the illustrious Newcastle night scene begins to fizz and crackle, with some enticing restaurants, pumping pubs and glitzy cocktail bars. Children will love the Seven Stories, housed within a Victorian Mill, which pays homage to children's literature.

Travelling to the city centre

Flights to Newcastle arrive into Newcastle International Airport, which primarily serves England's North East. The airport is situated on the A696, which links to the A1 and A69 motorways. The airport has its own metro stop on the Tyne and Wear metro light rail system, which connects to Newcastle city centre via Haymarket, Monument and Central stations. At Newcastle Central Station you can connect to National Rail train services. It is possible to connect with Gateshead, Sunderland, North Tyneside and South Tyneside via the metro system. There are also bus services that run from Eldon Square (X77, X78, X79) or from Kingston Park (353).

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