Flights from Bristol to Newcastle

Tips and tricks to help you find cheap flights from Bristol to Newcastle

Favourite airline: easyJet
64 % of flights on the route Bristol – Newcastle are booked with easyJet.
easyJet
64 %
KLM
33 %
Aer Lingus
3 %
Direct flights are the cheapest connection
Compared to flights with a stopover, direct flights are £270.00 cheaper on this route.
non stop flight
1 stop
01h 05min
19h 40min
£63
£333
The favourite connection is non-stop
64 % of all bookings on the route Bristol to Newcastle are for non-stop flights.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
01h 05min, from £63
64 %
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
19h 40min, from £333
33 %
1 stopover Dublin
07h 15min, from £595
3 %

Useful information about the flight from Bristol to Newcastle

Newcastle, jewel of the north

Known as one of the best nightlife and entertainment centres in the UK, Newcastle appeals to all ages. Shop at the intu Metrocentre or explore sights like the Tyne Bridge, Gateshead Millennium Bridge and the Sage Music Centre.

Best Newcastle travel seasons

Newcastle has relatively mild winters and is fairly cool in summer. It has less rainfall than other UK cities and is considered an all year destination. The city hosts several holidays and festivals that attract visitors and these include the Chinese New Year, which is celebrated in the Chinatown district in February and the Newcastle/Gateshead comedy festival in March. The beer festival in April is highly popular while the Newcastle Mela is a colourful 2 day event of Asian art and music over the August bank holiday.

Basic facts before you travel to Newcastle

Visitors will find tourist information bureaus in the centre of the city and at the airport. The city's famous nightlife venues are mainly centered around the Biggs Market and Quayside area. The cost of living in Newcastle is lower than London and a typical meal might cost about £10 and a pint of beer around £3.20

Local information for your arrival in Newcastle

Newcastle Airport is approximately 6 miles from the centre of the city. It might cost about £15 to make the trip by taxi, but is considerably cheaper by Stagecoach bus. The Metro takes 20 minutes to reach the city centre and a single ticket is about £3.60.

Accommodation is plentiful and a double room in a four-star hotel might cost about £80 while a cheap hostel could be approximately £15. The city is easy to get around and public transport is much cheaper than taking taxis. Prices on the Metro range from around £1.40 for a single to about £2.60 for a DaySaver ticket. Buses might cost about £1.30 for a single trip or about £2.10 for a ticket for all day travel. The city is relatively small so it is easy to get about on foot or by bike. Visitors should be aware that taxis can be scarce at weekends due to much higher demand.

Flight information: Bristol - Newcastle

Outbound and return from £62.96
Flight duration min. 01:05
Return flight duration min. 01:05/ max. 01:10
Distance 413 km
Flights per week 15
Departure airport Bristol International Airport (BRS)
Arrival airport Newcastle (NCL)
Destination country United Kingdom
Alternative routes to United Kingdom
Popular destinations for onward travel