Terminals at Newcastle Airport (NCL)
Newcastle International Airport (NCL) operates out of one terminal building, which handles in excess of three million yearly flyers to many domestic and European cities and resorts. More than two dozen airlines serve Newcastle Airport, including budget airlines and major carriers.
- Newcastle upon Tyne, Cumbria
- Newcastle International Airport Ltd
- Time Zone
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 055°02'15"N 001°41'30"W
The terminal at Newcastle International Airport is very well set up with straightforward access from the airport's car parks, an easy to navigate check-in area and excellent passenger facilities in general. Arrivals and Departures are also well done and come with shops, eateries, and bars.
there are three money changers in and around the Arrivals area of Newcastle Airport, as well as cash machines spread throughout the terminal. They accept debit and credit cards.
there is a decent amount of shopping both sides of security, with standard high street stores, like WH Smith for magazines and books, and Boots. There is also a good selection of alcohol, tobacco, perfume and electrical goods, which can be had duty-free by those travelling out to Toronto.
as with most UK airports, Newcastle International Airport has a slew of snack bars, caf�s, restaurants and bars. The Landside Food Village has hot and cold meals. There is also a similar set up in Departures called the Airside Food Village, along with several pubs and coffee shops.
the airport has a business centre, as well as three business class lounges - the Cheviot Executive Lounge, the British Airways Lounge, and the newer Flybe Executive Lounge. They are all located in Departures and have internet access and refreshments. Children under 12 years cannot enter the Cheviot Executive Lounge.