How much is taxi from Newcastle Airport to City?

How much is taxi from Newcastle Airport to City?

Taxi prices from Newcastle Airport to Newcastle City centre*

Vehicle Single Trip Return Trip
Estate Car (up to 4 passengers) £35-£40 £64-68
Executive Car (up to 4 passengers) £40-45 £68-70
People Carrier (up to 6 passengers) £45-47 £80-83
8 Seater Minibus (up to 8 passengers) £50-54 £95-98

How much is a taxi from Newcastle Airport to Durham?

The quickest way to get from Newcastle Airport (NCL) to Durham is to taxi which costs £90 – £120 and takes 27 min.

How much is the Metro from Newcastle to Newcastle Airport?

The entrance to the Metro station is inside the train station. From there, the green line will take you directly to Newcastle Airport terminal. Metro tickets cost £3.40 for a single, although you can buy a Pop Pay as You Go travel card to get further reductions.

Which is the best way to travel from Newcastle to Tynemouth?

The best way to get from Newcastle upon Tyne to Tynemouth is to train which takes 23 min and costs £1 – £4. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs £1 – £3 and takes 41 min.

Where can I get a taxi in the north east?

You can also phone us on (01670) 540 222 to get a fixed price quote. You can use our online taxi fare calculator to get prices on five, six, seven or eight seater taxis for single or round trips anywhere in the North East. We cover Blyth, Newcastle, Ashington, Cramlington, Durham and Newcastle Airport and more!

How much is a bus from Haymarket to Tynemouth?

Tickets cost £1 – £4 and the journey takes 23 min. Alternatively, Arriva Northumbria operates a bus from Haymarket Bus Station to Tynemouth Village every 30 minutes. Tickets cost £1 – £3 and the journey takes 43 min. Two other operators also service this route. Rome2rio’s Travel Guide series provide vital information for the global traveller.

Where is Tynemouth in Tyne and Wear England?

Tynemouth is a village and a historic former county borough in Tyne and Wear, England, at the mouth of the River Tyne, 8 miles (13 km) east-northeast of Newcastle upon Tyne. Historically part of Northumberland. It is administered as part of the borough of North Tyneside, but until 1974 was an independent county borough, which included North Sh