Flights from Newcastle to Bristol
The flight route from Newcastle (NCL) to Bristol (BRS) is a popular route within national air travel in the United Kingdom. According to traffic statistics, flights to Bristol are amongst the top three passenger routes from Newcastle airport. There are between 1 and 3 flights per day on this route and the journey is completed in a flight time of about 1 hour and 5 minutes for a direct flight. The distance between Newcastle in the north of England and Bristol in the south east is just under 300 miles. The trip would take on average 5 hours and 30 minutes by car and about 5 hours by train. This is why so many tourists and business travellers choose to travel by plane on this route. Cheap flight to Bristol from Newcastle The low-cost airline Easyjet is the main operator on this route and a low-cost flight should therefore be relatively easy to find. Even when purchased last-minute, an air ticket for this trip should not cost more than £80 for a return flight. The low price of air fares and the comfort of flying are the main reasons for the popularity of this route. Destination Bristol The destination airport in Bristol is the United Kingdom's ninth busiest airport and is located 8 miles to the south of Bristol city centre. Public transport from Bristol International Airport is provided by buses. Bristol airport's catchment area includes much of the south-west and the south of Wales. Situated 6 miles from central Newcastle, Newcastle Airport is also conveniently located close to the city centre and has an airport train station with frequent services into Newcastle. Airport transfer in Newcastle and Bristol Newcastle Airport Metro: city centre/airport transfer journey time is 25 minutes trains every 12 minutes Train: from central Newcastle the North East rail network with trains to Birmingham, Darlington, Durham etc. Bristol Airport Airport Flyer Express Link takes passengers to central Bristol: Bristol Temple Meads railway station, Bristol Bus & Coach Station. Journey time: 30 minutes.