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Flights to Newquay

Catch surfing waves and sunrises in Newquay

Flight time

57 minutes

Touch down in Cornwall’s coolest beachside town, Newquay. With its golden sand beaches, cobalt ocean and charming coastline – this place makes for a perfect British break. Soak up the epic surf scene at Fistral beach, then head south to sensational St. Ives, pit stop at Penzance and take in the views at Land’s End. Fly direct with British Airways, and you’ll quickly arrive to seaside splendour.

Flights to Newquay

We fly to Newquay, Cornwall five times a week from London Heathrow (LHR) in summer. Our flights depart on Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, arriving into Cornwall Airport Newquay (NQY), approximately an hour later.

Newquay is a fantastic British summer destination, for a warmer climate and dazzling scenery – and it’s easy to get there with British Airways. Check in online, on your mobile or at the airport. Passengers can purchase delicious M&S food on board the short haul flight. Business travellers can also enjoy complimentary food, lounge access and priority boarding.

When’s the cheapest time to fly to Newquay?

Our summer service to Newquay operates for nine weeks across the popular months from mid July to early September. The best way to find our cheapest flights to Newquay is to use our lowest fare finder.

Newquay Travel Essentials

Flight time

57 minutes

Time zone

GMT+0

Best time to visit

Summer

Getting to/from the airport

Cornwall Airport Newquay (NQY) is just a 15-minute drive from the seaside town centre. The easiest way to reach this coastal gem is by taxi or by adding a transfer to your hotel booking. You can also use the local A5 bus service which operates from Padstow, stops at the airport and continues to Newquay. The bus takes about 20 minutes and vary in price depending if you buy a single or multi-journey ticket. Be in the know – the timetable varies from weekdays to weekends.

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