Favourite airline: flybe
77 % of flights booked on the route from Southend to Newquay are booked with flybe, Stobart Air and Ryanair.
flybe
41 %
Stobart Air
24 %
Ryanair
12 %
Tip: book 7 weeks before departure
Tip: book flights on this route 7 weeks before departure and save up to 28 %.
51 days before departure
Direct flights are the cheapest connection
Flights with a stopover are on average £66.00 more expensive than direct flights.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
01h 20min
05h 15min
30h 45min
£61
£127
£171
The favourite connection is non-stop
64 % of all bookings on the route Southend to Newquay are for non-stop flights.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
01h 20min, from £61
64 %
1 stopover Dublin
05h 15min, from £127
16 %
2 stopovers Guernsey Birmingham
20h 55min, from £180
11 %
Return from £61.00
Currently, flights on this route are cheapest departing on 08/05/19 and returning on 15/05/19.

£61
Cheap
£61
Expensive
£229

Newquay - Britain's Surfer's Paradise

Newquay is well known as the UK's surf capital, but with it's beautiful beaches, award winning restaurants, cosy pubs and thriving music scene, the seaside resort has something for everyone.

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Best travel season for Newquay

Newquay has plenty to keep visitors occupied all year round, but sun seekers looking to spend their time soaking up the rays on the beach should visit in the peak season from June through to August. Surfers will find the best surfing conditions through September and October.

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Preparing to go

You can bring your gear if you're coming to surf, but don't worry if you're short on space, as there are dozens of hire shops where you can borrow a board. If you're planning a more sedate trip, start thinking about the local delicacies you want to try - as a coastal town, Newquay has excellent fresh seafood and fish on offer in the many beachfront and town centre restaurants. Other famous West Country treats include traditional cream teas and delicious local cheeses.

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Newquay information

Buses from Newquay airport to the city centre are regular and cost about £3, with an average journey time of 25 minutes. Taxis are quicker, taking about 15 minutes into town. There's no rank at the airport though, you'll need to book in advance. Getting out and about once you reach the town is easy, as Newquay can be explored on foot. If you're planning an excursion to a nearby town, there's a good network of local buses; a Day Travelcard costs approximately £10 for adults. On leaving from the airport, all passengers over 16 will have to pay a £5 airport development fee.

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