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When it comes to parking your car at Newcastle Airport the choices can be a little confusing. We make it easy to find and compare exactly what suits you. With Meet and Greet you drive to the terminal building and are met right outside by a fully insured driver. You then walk into check-in from there. Your car is securely parked and returned to you when you land back at Newcastle.
Park and Ride is the most economical way to park. Drive to the car park and catch a free shuttle to the terminal. Journey times from all car parks on Newcastleparking.com is less than 15 minutes. Short to Medium term Park and Walk is also available. Drive to the terminal and park in the car park, then walk into the terminal. This option is best for shorter trips and is often the most expensive.
"smooth & straight forward, as always"
Meet and Greet is a simple and straightforward parking option. Follow signs for 'Car Hire Return' once you reach the airport. Then, head to the Fast Track car park, proceed to the meeting point on the right and and park up. Your designated driver will be looking out for you when you arrive. Complete a vehicle inspection with your driver and then make your way straight into the check-in zone. On your return your car will be delivered to you back outside the terminal.
If you are looking for the most economical way to park at the airport then you should opt for a Park and Ride package. Drive yourself to the car park and enter through the barrier. Park your car then catch a free courtesy shuttle bus to the terminal building. When you get back to the airport walk outside and take the shuttle bus back to the car park.
Maximum convenience if you would like to park your own vehicle is to use Newcastle Airport's Park and Walk facility. The car park is located across from the terminal building so once you have parked you can just walk over to the check-in area. Park your own car and keep your keys. This service does tend to be the most expensive option.