Newcastle Airport Transfers

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Transfers to Newcastle Airport

The North East’s largest airport takes you to more than 80 different destinations. It’s six and a half miles out of the centre of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and serviced by metro links; however, you need to take the underground as well as catch a train. Not so easy with heavy suitcases and a family in tow.

The A1 leads directly to Newcastle Airport. With a Wetherby Private Hire vehicle, you’re on the main road in a matter of minutes. Then, it’s a smooth, relaxing drive to the terminal door.

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Commonly asked questions

No. Our prices are fixed, 24/7, so the rate you pay mid-morning is the same as late at night.

Unfortunately not. It’s not a legal requirement when travelling in a private hire vehicle. However, for longer journeys, you are welcome to bring your car seat along. We can store it, and bring it back with us for your return journey, or you can collect the car seat from our offices.

Yes. We can take payments by credit or debit card in advance. Simply call the office on 01937 222888 to make your card payment.

Yes. We provide vehicles for solo travel or for large groups of up to 16 people. Take a look at our vehicle range to see which would suit you best.

Don’t worry. We’ll keep an eye on the progress of your flight while you’re in the air. So no matter when you land, we’ll be waiting to collect you.

You can call us on 01937 222888. We’re open, and answering calls, until late into the evening. Alternatively, you can email

About Newcastle Airport

Fewer than seven miles northwest of Newcastle city centre, the North’s international airport has a large departure terminal with cafes, restaurants, and shops.

A walkway connects the metro link to the central stations of Newcastle and Sunderland, though car and taxi travel is straightforward via the connecting A1 trunk road.