is located 7 Km north east of Newquay, on the north coast of Cornwall, south west England
Previously shared with RAF St. Mawgan, Newquay airport has been run by Cornwall County Council since December 2008.
The terminal at Newquay airport has recently been extended to cater for upto 700,000 passengers per year.
An airport development fee charged to departing passengers ended in 2016, resulting in the return of some low cost airlines, and higher passenger numbers.
To and From the Airport
A bus service runs between the airport, Newquay, and Padstow approximately every hour during the day (every 2 hours on Sundays).
A taxi between the airport and Newquay should cost 15-20 pounds and may need to be ordered in busy times.
Newquay airport has 2 cafes/bars, shop, cash machine, an executive lounge and FREE WiFi Internet access.
Newquay airport has Airport Carbon Accreditation
, at the Mapping level.
457,000 passengers passed through Newquay airport in 2019, a 1% decrease from the previous year.
This figure dropped to 68,000 in 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Newquay Airports Web site can be accessed Here
Airports Near to Newquay Airport
Lands End , UK (61 Km)
Plymouth , UK (64 Km)
Airlines and Flights from Newquay Airport to Europe
Ryanair, flying to: Portugal, Spain
SAS , flying to: Denmark
Regional Flights, or Flights From Ireland to Newquay Airport
There are regional flights from the following UK and/or Ireland airports to Newquay Airport:
Belfast City (468 Km)(CO2?)
Cork (289 Km)(CO2?)
Dublin (343 Km)(CO2?)
Edinburgh (622 Km)(CO2?)
Logan Air (From 20/06/20)
Glasgow (605 Km)(CO2?)
London Gatwick (347 Km)(CO2?)
London Heathrow (338 Km)(CO2?)
Manchester (374 Km)(CO2?)
St Marys (107 Km)(CO2?)