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Newcastle and London are about 400 kilometers apart, so it is possible to fly, catch the train or take a coach if you are traveling in the UK and need to reach the north-east's largest city. Trains depart from London Kings Cross, buses depart from London Victoria Coach Station, while you can fly from Stansted or Heathrow. The fastest journey time is about 1 hour (in the air), but express trains can work out almost as fast.
Return trips from Newcastle to London are also available.
Buses from London to Newcastle depart from London Victoria Coach Station. National Express buses travel from London Victoria to Newcastle Coach Station via Golders Green, while the firm's 591 service makes the same journey via Heathrow Airport. Services are also provided by Megabus, whose buses arrive at John Dobson Street in Newcastle City Center, and offer one bus per day.
Trains from London to Newcastle depart from London Kings Cross, starting early in the morning just after 6 a.m. Virgin Trains offer an express service with no changes, which will take about 3 hours to complete the journey. The fastest trains are those that are travelling on to Edinburgh, and there can be a half an hour time difference, so check schedules if you are in a hurry. All trains arrive at Newcastle Railway Station.
Flights from London to Newcastle are operated by British Airways and Flybe, and last for just over an hour. 2 Flybe services per day depart from Stansted, while 6 daily British Airways flights depart from London Heathrow. Newcastle Airport is well connected to the city center via the Metro system but is slightly out of town, so the actual difference between taking a fast train and catching the plane will not always be great.