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27 September 2018 Posted by 

NEW LOCAL TRAVEL OPTIONS

Travel smarter from Newcastle Airport
NEWCASTLE Airport is making international travel even easier with the announcement of direct flights to Auckland, New Zealand, from November 2018.

Virgin Australia will operate three return services per week during the peak holiday period from 22 November 2018 to 17 February 2019, opening up a range of business and tourism opportunities for the Central Coast.
 
With direct flights to New Zealand, nine domestic routes and onwards to over 65 worldwide destinations, Newcastle Airport is the smarter way to travel.
 
Why do 1.28 million travellers choose to travel from Newcastle Airport?
 
The easy, convenient and quick customer experience of Newcastle Airport makes it a highly attractive choice for all demographics – from frequent business travellers, tourists and visiting family and friends.
 
Newcastle airport’s proximity and stress-free access is a drawcard for Central Coast travellers. Just one hour drive away, the roadways to Newcastle Airport are free of tolls and highway congestion.
 
Once at the airport, there are plenty of options to suit every parking need, all providing parking less than 7 minutes from check-in. Walk just one minute to the terminal with short stay parking or use the free shuttle bus from long stay saver and enjoy parking from as little as $2.50 per hour.
 
Drop-off and pick-up zones are just seconds from the terminal. Newcastle Airport is also serviced by all major car rental brands, which can be booked online at www.newcastleairport.com.au.
 
When it comes to check-in and security, Newcastle Airport is internationally recognised for its low wait times and helpfulness of staff.
 
With less time spent on the driving, parking and check-in, travellers can spend more time kicking back in the departures lounge before take-off.
 
Free Wi-Fi and smart seating with charging outlets means travellers can check work emails or Facebook updates without fear of limited connection or no battery.
 
The range of bars, restaurants, and casual dining options give travellers’ access to made-to-order chef prepared meals using ethically and locally sourced ingredients.
 
All licensed outlets stock 100% Hunter Valley wines from award-winning brands including Tyrell’s and Audrey Wilkinson Wines. Locally brewed beers are also available on-tap from IronBark Hill Brewhouse.
 
An easy drive from the Central Coast, cheap parking, quick check-in and departures, and even more domestic and international destinations to choose from, flying from Newcastle Airport can save you time and money. Next time you travel, go smarter with Newcastle Airport.
 
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