We offer a selection of departures from Newcastle Airport each winter, all operating on our exclusive charter flights to the far north of Lapland. Our Santa’s Lapland holidays to the Enontekio region in Finnish Lapland offer families the opportunity to create magical memories that will last for a lifetime: from mushing a team of husky sleds across the Arctic tundra to travelling on snowmobiles down a frozen river. Of course, no visit to Lapland would be complete without a visit to see Santa himself – you’ve travelled a long way to see him! But Lapland is for grown-ups too! Our collection of Arctic Spirit holidays take you deep into the Arctic Circle, where you will have some of the best chances of seeing the Northern Lights in the world, as well as experiencing a host of exhilarating Arctic activities. Why not stay a night in an igloo, too? Explore our range of tours departing from Newcastle this winter…
Search for the fabled Aurora Borealis on this week-long break deep inside the Arctic Circle
7 nights from £1369 per adult
A Lapland holiday in Kilpisjarvi, including snowmobiling, husky sledding, and a meeting with Santa...
3 or 4 nights from £1299 per adult
Meet the REAL Father Christmas on this festive family stay in Jeris cabins – True Lapland at its...
3 or 4 nights from £1399 per adult
Combine nature’s most extraordinary Northern Lights show with the jollity of the festive period
3 or 4 nights from £1009 per adult
Search for the spectacular Northern Lights in Lapland and enjoy a host of winter activities
3, 4 or 5 nights from £929 per adult
Experience all the magic of Lapland in a single day and return home in time for supper!
Daybreak from £599 per adult
From the North, The A1 is the main road linking to the dual carriageway A696 which leads directly to Newcastle International Airport. From Edinburgh, the A68/A696 provides a direct road to the airport. From the South, Drive north on the A1 - the road bypasses Newcastle city centre and connects with the A696 direct to the Airport. From the West, The A69 links with the A1 and then the A696, providing a direct route to Newcastle International Airport.
Newcastle International Airport is well connected to the North East rail network by the Metro service. The journey from Newcastle Central Station to Newcastle Airport takes around 25 minutes. Travellers using the Metro to get to the airport from Newcastle Central Station should head to the Metro station under the train station (clearly signposted). From there you should board a train on the green line heading for the Airport station.