Gatwick to Newcastle Taxi | Airport Transfer
About Britway Airport Taxi Transfer
With Britway, you have the convenience to travel to and from any UK postcode of your wish. With our website, you can quickly enter your postal codes and book a car anytime, from anywhere. Booking can also be made via call. With over 10 years of service, Britway airport taxi transfer service is also an excellent cab service in general. Our fares are competitive and reasonable with maintaining excellent customer service. Most of our customers come back to our service because of our affordable approach towards travel.
At Britway, we maintain the highest standards of cleanliness for our travels while also taking care of our services’ pandemic issues.
Wherever you are travelling to London, you have a cab for you. From a small car to a comfortable one for your family or friends or groups, we have got you covered. We don’t ask you to wait after booking or calling for your confirmation. All our service workers as well as drivers, are punctual who respect the importance of time. Just sit back and enjoy your ride because with Britway we take all your stress so that you can enjoy your ride.
Take a look at your Airport taxi transfer from Gatwick Airport to Newcastle Airport in brief.
Newcastle Airport is situated on the outskirts of Newcastle upon Tyne and is known as the 11th busiest airport in the UK.
The distance from Gatwick to Newcastle is 270 miles, and while many modes of travel are available between the route, the number of convenient ones are few. You will find your fastest transfer with trains, but there are no direct trains from Gatwick Airport to Newcastle Airport. Even with bus and coaches options, we recommend you to hire a private taxi for your long-distance travel for added safety and comfort. Our service is ready and available for you all 24 hours a day.
Time taken from Gatwick to Newcastle
Considering the long distance between Gatwick Airport and Newcastle Airport, your transfer with Britway Private taxi will take as long as 5 hours and 30 minutes. The long journey might turn out boring for you, but we will make sure you enjoy your ride.
Our drivers are experienced who are well-trained in destinations, routes and travels. Our services are well-equipped with GPS technology, making it easier for our drivers to navigate the road based on the availability of a specific route or traffic congestion. Considering all, you are travelling by your fastest possible UK taxi transfer.
We also have a ‘Meet and Greet’ option. You can choose the option while booking your ride, and our operator will wait for you at your pickup location.
Travel fare from Gatwick to Newcastle
You can compare our service price with other taxi services in the UK; you will find that we charge you only what services are worth. We don’t aim to burn a hole in your pocket just for your airport transfer. We believe that travelling under budget is for all.
If you still hesitate about the prices, we should tell you that we offer special prices and discounts on online booking. Depending on the size and your car model, our standard fare starts from £0,00. There are no hidden charges on your bill, as well as no extra charges for waiting time. Note that if there additional drop or stop during your travel, you might be charged extra.
We have a simple and easy booking process. If you want to do it online, you can visit our booking section of the website. Choose your pick up and destination location, your car model and additional services if you want any. The payment process is fast with a secure transaction.
Newcastle Airport is an international airport which is owned by seven local authorities. It is run as a Public-Private Partnership and has a Civil Aviation Authority Public Use Aerodrome Licence. The airport saw a rise in passenger numbers during 2007, as it peaked to 5.65 million, which is twice more than total passengers 10 years earlier.
Newcastle – a look back at its history
The origin date of Newcastle Airport goes back to 1935, which was then Woolsington Aerodrome. The airport cost £35,000 to build. In the 1960s, Newcastle Airport got its new runway, with air traffic control. In the 1970s, the airport saw its passengers rise to 1 million per year and then, it got the status in the Category B.
In July 2017, the airport’s terminal expansion plan investment alone included £3 million of £20 million for improvement.