All the destinations you can fly to from Newcastle Airport this summer as flights resume

Airlines are gearing up to return to normal service as the coronavirus lockdown eases.

So if you fancy a last minute dash to the sun, where will you be able to et to from Newcastle International Airport over the coming couple of months?

The airport’s own website lists six services which have already resumed or are due to this month, but airlines including Ryanair, Jet2 and Easyjet are taking on-line bookings for flights due to resume in July.

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Destinations include:

Newcastle International Airport

BULGARIA

Bourgas: Two Jets flights a week from July 2.

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CROATIA

Dubrovnik: Two Jet2 flights a week from July 1.

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Split: Two Easyjet flights a week from June 23.

CYPRUS

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Larnaca: Two Jet2 flights a week from July 1.

Paphos: Two Jet2 flights a week from July 1.

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FRANCE

Nice: Three Easyjet flights a week from June 16.

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Paris: Daily Air France service from June 16.

GREECE

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Corfu: Two Easyjet flights a week from June 18 and two Jet2 flights a week from July 2.

Heraklion (Crete): Two Jet2 flights a week from July 3.

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Kos: One Jet2 flight a week from July 6.

Rhodes: Two Jet2 flights a week from July 1.

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Thessaloniki: One Jet2 flight a week from July 1.

Zante: Two Jet2 flights a week from July 1.

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IRELAND

Belfast: Easyjet service on June 15, then daily from June 17.

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Dublin: Four Ryan flights a week from July 1.

ITALY

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Pisa: One Jet2 flight a week from July 4.

Rome: Two Jet2 flights a week from July 3.

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MALTA

Two Easyjet flights a week from June 20, one Jet2 flight a week from July 2.

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NETHERLANDS

Amsterdam: Daily KLM service resumed June 1.

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POLAND

Gdansk: Two Ryanair flights a week from August 3.

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Wroclaw: One Ryanair flight a week from July 5.

PORTUGAL

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Faro: Six Easyjet flights a week from June 18, two Ryanair flights a week from July 3, daily Jet2 flights from July 1.

Madeira: One Jet2 flight a week from July 2.

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SPAIN

Alicante: Three flights a week with Ryanair, beginning June 24, then five a week from August 1; six Easyjet flights a week from June 18 and daily Jet2 flights from July 1.

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Almeria: One Jet2 flight a week from July 5.

Barcelona: Five Easyjet flights a week from June 16.

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Fuerteventura: Two Jet2 flights a week from July 1.

Girona: Two Jet2 flights a week from July 2.

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Gran Canaria: Two Jet2 flights a week from July 2.

Ibiza: Six Jet2 flights a week from July 1.

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Lanzarote: Four Jet2 flights a week from July 1.

Malaga: Daily Easyjet flights from June 18, two Ryanair flights a week from July 4, daily Jet2 flights from July 1.

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Menorca: Three Jet2 flights a week from July 3.

Palma de Mallorca: Daily Easyjet flights from June16, three Ryanair flights a week from July 2, daily Jet2 flights from July 1.

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Reus: Three Jet2 flights a week from July 2.

Tenerife: Five Jet2 flights a week from July 2.

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SWITZERLAND

Geneva: Two Easyjet flights a week from June 19.

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TURKEY

Antalya: Four Jet2 flights a week from July 1.

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Bodram: Two Jet2 flights a week from July 3.

Dalaman: Five Jet flights a week from July 1.

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Izmir: One Jet2 flight a week from July 7.

UK

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Aberdeen: Loganair resumed six flights a week on June 1 and Eastern Airways will operate five flights a week from June 22.

Bristol: Daily Easyjet flights from June 18.

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Jersey: Four Easyjet flights a week from June 20.

London Heathrow: Daily British Airway flights from July 1.

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Southampton: Six days a week with Loganair and five days a week with Eastern Airways, from June 22.

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