Newcastle International Airport Transportation


Tyne and Wear Metro represents a rail system that consists of 60 stations serving Newcastle, Sunderland, Gateshead, North Tyneside, and South Tyneside. The metro has been ranked as one of the country’s most efficient transportation means and currently carries about 40 million passenger journeys per year. With a Metro station located at Newcastle International Airport, using the metro makes the experience simple and convenient.


When looking to travel to Newcastle International Airport by bus, there are some very accessible routes listed below:

  • Newcastle (Eldon Square) - Ponteland
  • Numbers: X77, X78, X79
  • Monday - Saturday
  • Bus stop located on B6918
  • Kingston Park - Newcastle International Airport - Killingworth
  • Number: 42A
  • Monday – Saturday
  • Bus stop located opposite the airport terminal


Taking a trip to and from Newcastle International Airport can be described as quick and easy when using Arrow Cars, a dedicated on-site Taxi service.

Exclusive pick up & drop off points are located immediately outside of arrivals/departures

The large-high-quality fleet includes wheelchair accessible vehicles for passengers with reduced mobility as well as executive estates, estate cars, and 5 to 8 passenger vehicles perfect for group travel.

Booking office that can be conveniently found in the arrivals hall manned 24/7 by a team of experienced customer service representatives. Alternatively, passengers can use self-service booking kiosks located at the pick-up point. All Arrow Cars prices are fixed with all charges included. Booking both ways allows the passenger to save money. Journey updates are received by SMS and push notifications. All major credit cards are allowed as payment methods.