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Flights from London to Newcastle

LHR - NCL route map LHR to NCL. All flight routes from Heathrow, United Kingdom to Newcastle, United Kingdom. These routes are operated by 3 different airlines. You can either fly non-stop with British Airways or Flybe, or choose from 1 different transit flights. The shortest flight time is 1 hour and 15 minutes.

LHR Heathrow
United KingdomLondon, United Kingdom
NCL Newcastle
United KingdomNewcastle, United Kingdom
United KingdomLondon, United Kingdom
United KingdomNewcastle, United Kingdom

Non-stop routes:


British Airways
Non-stop with British Airways. 3-6 flights per day.

1h 15m

Non-stop with Flybe. 1 flight per day.

1h 30m


1 stop routes with codeshare or different airlines:


Via Belfast BHD
With British Airways & Aer Lingus

Begins in 28/4

5h 05m

Begins in 28/4
Arriving at Newcastle
London - Newcastle route map and flight paths

A codeshare agreement means that cooperating airlines are able to sell seats on each other’s flights. This means that you are able to travel to more destinations than your airline of choice normally offers. Codeshare flights are also beneficial because of the seamless transits you can get with connecting flights from the same airline. The downside of choosing a codeshare flight can be that you in some cases can’t upgrade codeshare flights or use elite benefits.

A connecting or transit flight means that you reach your final destination through two or more flights – in other words a non-direct flight. You will change to a new aircraft after your first flight, this may include moving to another terminal at the airport aswell. The time required to transfer passengers and luggage between flights is called Minimum Connecting Time (MCT) and are always taken into account here on

If you bought your whole flight on a single ticket, the airline will book you on the next available connecting flight.

With connecting flights, checked in luggage is most commonly forwarded to your final destination when buying a single ticket for both flights.

If you miss your connecting flight due to circumstances outside your control such as your first flight being delayed, you should turn to your airline who will provide you with a seat on the next available flight. This is usually done free of charge, and only applies if you purchased your trip as one ticket. If the next connecting flight is the following day, the airline usually provides accommodation and meals.