Here are a few tips for when you’re departing Newcastle Airport.
All passengers, including children and infants travelling with an adult, will need to provide valid identification. The following forms of current (not expired) photo identification can be used:
Newcastle Airport has an extensive network of closed circuit television cameras which operate 24-hours a day.
Full security terms and requirements at Newcastle Airport, are available on our security page.
Security is a top priority at Newcastle Airport. The Airport works closely with all government regulators relating to aviation security.
All passengers departing from Newcastle Airport must proceed through pre-board security screening, performed to government and regulation standards using x-ray machines, walk-through metal detectors, and hand-held detectors. Security staff also use explosive trace detection (ETD) systems at the passenger screening point to randomly screen passengers and carry-on goods.
These tips will keep the security screening process running smoothly:
Newcastle Airport's Disability Access Facilitation Plan outlines the services and facilities available for our customers (and their aides) who have special needs.
The Access Facilitation Plan enables these passengers to travel as comfortably and hassle-free as possible.
contact your airline or your travel agent.