Getting to North East England

The North East of England is served by a wide range of rail, sea, and air links and is one of the most accessible regions within the UK.

The region is home to the North East’s largest airport – Newcastle International. With direct scheduled flights from countries such as Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain and the United Arab Emirates, together with regular flights from regional airports in England, Jersey, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, you can fly direct or easily connect.

Getting Here · By Air

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With countless scheduled flights arriving every day on airlines such as Emirates, KLM, Air France, British Airways, easyJet, Jet2.com, Ryanair, Aer Lingus, Flybe, Eurowings and Loganair, it’s quick and convenient to get to the North East.

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Getting Here · By Sea

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The stunning North East coastline is host to Port of the Tyne, a 100 year old award-winning English dock, offering great connectivity for cruise and ferry passengers. Welcoming over 250,000 cruise passengers each year, it’s easy to discover the region on shore excursions from the international cruise terminal. And with regular departures to the Scandinavian Fjords, you can fly into Newcastle and extend your stay with an enjoyable pre or post cruise break. With a daily ferry service from Amsterdam, the Port of Tyne gives everyone another fitting and relaxing way to visit North East England.

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