Car hire in Newcastle airport
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Newcastle airport Q&A
Where are the car hire desks?
All of the Newcastle Airport car hire desks are located on the ground floor in the main terminal opposite the domestic arrivals gate.
What should I buy at duty free?
Although you need to be travelling out of the EU to get the best duty free deals, you can still benefit from some impressive price reductions on cosmetics, perfumes and electronics at the Biza Tax and Duty Free zone in the departure lounge.
Are there any cashpoints?
There are plenty of ATM’s throughout the airport and Travelex stores for currency exchange.
Where's the best place to eat?
The Real Food Company serves up freshly made dishes to order and has a great range of sweet and savoury bites but if you’re in a hurry, pop into the Eagle Bar Diner where your meal is free if it’s not served within twenty minutes.
The secret tip
You’ll hear the word 'pet’ a lot in Newcastle, either as a means of describing you or addressing you but don’t worry, it’s an affectionate term. It might be worth picking up a dictionary of Geordie lingo before you visit to help you understand some of their other phrases too - there’s plenty of them, pet.
Newcastle airport the gateway to...
Distance: 7 miles
Newcastle is respected worldwide, historically as a city of engineering and trade and in more recent years as the place to be for the latest in architecture, shopping experiences and nightlife. Take a few days here to have some city fun.
Distance: 63 miles
This historic town on the English/Scots border has been the site of many battles and hostile takeovers, the remnants of which can be seen in the city walls and ramparts that border the town centre. Take the rental car for a spin across the Union (the oldest suspension bridge in the world), catch a play, film or live performance at the Maltings Theatre and Cinema or just take a stroll among the narrow, cobbled streets and independent stores.
Distance: 38 miles
Hartlepool’s historic marina makes a great location for a romantic evening stroll, while by day, you can go out to sea to catch your supper or opt for something already caught in one of the town’s many restaurants. Whatever you choose to do, no trip to the northeast would be complete without a visit to the coast for some brisk North Sea air.