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£ 34.49
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This off-site car park is just a 3 to 5 minute drive from the airport although customers should always allow extra time. Car keys must be left with the attendant as your car will be parked for you. It holds the Park Mark award for excellent security. In times of high demand your car may be parked elsewhere; this will always be at an on-airport location which is equally secure. Minibuses, trailers and vans cannot be accepted by this operator.

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Directions

Follow signs to Newcastle Airport. At the Airport roundabout on the A696 take the exit after the Airport entrance, signed for the Freight Village. After 25 Metres turn right into the Premier Travel Inn and follow the road behind the hotel for approx 150 metres.

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Transfers times

Take just 3-5 mins.

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Arrival procedure

Report to the car park reception on arrival and present your booking voucher. You will need to leave your car keys with the car park as your car will be parked for you.

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Departure procedure

Full details of the returns procedure will be given on arrival at the car park.

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Security

The car park holds the Park Mark Safer Parking Award for security.

The Car Park is manned 24 Hours a day. The Car Park also has a CCTV system and Flood Lighting fitted with movement sensors.

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Additional information

We strongly recommend you arrive at the car park at least 30 minutes before your stated airline check-in time.

Minibuses, Vans and Trailers cannot be parked at this car park. At peak operating times your vehicle may be stored at a secure on-airport location.

You will be required to leave your keys.

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Special Offer

Special Offer - a lower rate for booking in advance, but you can't change or cancel your booking.

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Disabled Facilities

Ramps to all buildings.

Address

Park & Fly Newcastle Airport Ponteland Newcastle Upon Tyne NE20 9DA

Transfers from airport

The transfers to the airport from this car park take 3-5 mins, and operate on demand. Courtesy Transfers are free of charge.

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Newcastle Park & Fly reviews

Our average review score for Newcastle Park & Fly is 4.5 from 777 reviews.
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it was a very smooth and easy to use service the staff were very helpful and friendly

November 2, 2018
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From square one we struggled to find the car park. The postcode did not take you to the place. I phoned the number given and it was just ringing constantly. Eventually I found it after stopping to ask a member of staff from the airport for directions. Upon arrival it was unclear what to do. We parked our immaculate car in a space that was suitable to us. When we went to reception we were told that we did not have the correct code even though it was the only one we were given. Eventually they found our booking on their system. The car was there for two nights. When we returned we found the car had been moved and was now covered in dirt and wet soggy leaves were in all of the channels. It was covered in tree sap and parked very close to cars in the next spaces. When cleaning my immaculate car the following day I discovered a scratch and a dent the size of a 10p coin on the side of the car. After numerous emails and phone calls to the company and being passed from one person to another I am still waiting to hear back from them. The supervisor was supposed to be looking into the matter and contacting me but I feel this is almost certainly not going to happen! Be warned if you do use this car park they will move your car and have no respect for it. I will never recommend them to anyone!

October 27, 2018
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Left my car there August 10th to come back on the 15th and find that my car was parked so close to another car we had to wait for the other driver to reverse out.. We then noticed scrapes along the sides and had to file a pointless report with them.. two weeks on and still no response! It’s a BRAND NEW CAR so I knew for a fact it was pristine!! Whoever was in my car even stole my daughters 50p’s that had Beatrice potter pictures on.. low life’s I 100% won’t use these again and will also be seeking legal advice.

August 31, 2018
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We have used the Newcastle Park & Fly for many years. In the past it was excellent with very prompt drop offs and pickups. Unfortunately, over the last 2 or 3 years it seems to have gone downhill somewhat, perhaps victims of their own success. It is the airport return trip I find the most frustrating. In the early days, when returning from our holiday the transfer bus would often be waiting at the pickup point (and what a welcome sight it was after a long flight), in those days the longest you ever had to wait was a couple of minutes. Now I think they have installed CCTV cameras at the pickup point. My impression is they wait until there are a number of people before sending the bus. The last few times the queue has built up and it took 3 trips of the bus before we could get on (resulting in a 30 minute wait). There is no proper queuing system so you often get people trying to push in. On our last trip two guys at the front of the queue actually started fighting. We have decided to try the airports medium stay carpark for our next trip. It’s around £8 more but it’s only a 3 minute walk from the terminal building. Shame really because as I say we have used Park & Fly for years.

August 18, 2018
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Have just returned to collect our car which has been damaged whilst on this site. SCRATCHES on one side. Complained and got a stupid bit of paper. Staff very unhelpful and not interested. DONT PARK HERE.

July 27, 2018