Facts

An aerial shot of Newcastle Airport and the Hilton Doubletree Hotel
InformationFact
Airport Code NCL
Ownership

Seven local authorities (51%)
AMP Capital (49%)

Chief Executive Dave Laws
Location Six miles northwest of Newcastle city centre
Terminals 1
Runway(s) 1 (Category III ILS)
Runway length 2,329 metres
Fire cover

Category 8

Aircraft stands

Passenger apron: 26 / Freight apron: 3

Passenger Figures 4.6m (2014)
Destinations 74 (direct)
Scheduled Airlines Air France, Air Malta, British Airways, CityWing, Eastern Airways, easyJet, Emirates, Flybe, Jet2.com, KLM, Lufthansa, Ryanair, SAS, Thomson, Thomas Cook, United Airlines, Wideroe
Longhaul scheduled routes Dubai (Emirates), New York (United Airlines)
Executive lounges 2 (British Airways, Aspire Lounge)
Hotels
Economic impact

Newcastle International Airport is the largest airport in the North East. It is a jobs generator, supporting 3,200 jobs on site and a further 4,600 across the region.

The airport serves a catchment area of the North East, South Scotland, Cumbria, and North Yorkshire and contributes £646 million into the regional economy every year.

@NCLairport on Twitter

25 minutes ago: @miss_flip Hi Jo. The equipment is is DfT approved and we test it daily for suitability.

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