Teesside Interntional Airport predominantly serves the Tees Valley region which is located in Cleveland.
The Tees Valley as a whole is made up of over 170 individual towns, villages and cities, with the five main boroughs being Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland and Stockton-On-Tees, each one is rich with local culture, heritage and attractions.
The Victorian seaside town of Saltburn-by-the-Sea, the elegant thriving Georgian town of Yarm with its 43 arch viaduct, and one of Tees Valley’s most famous landmarks, Roseberry Topping, are just some of the leading tourist attractions within the catchment area of Teesside International Airport.
Spectacular countryside, a dramatic coastline, vibrant market towns and impressive historical locations make Tees Valley the ideal location for an unforgettable break in the North East of England.
This award-winning Historic Quay is a faithful reproduction of an 18th century seaport. See what life was like at the time of Nelson and Trafalgar.
The museum tells the story of one of the world’s greatest navigators and mariners through themed galleries, exhibitions and much more.
Stewart Park covers 120 acres and consists both of mature woodland and arboretum on the southern side, with open parkland on the northern side.
Saltburn by the Sea has maintained its original charm as a Victorian seaside resort including its pier, the colourful Italian gardens and walks through Riftswood.
A distinctive and iconic landmark with fine views across North Yorkshire and Cleveland. Make sure you take a walk to the summit and enjoy the spectacular views.
Teesside International Airport
Teesside International Airport is located 24 miles south of Durham and 6 miles east of Darlington, on the A67
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The information desk is located inside the entrance to the terminal building. The Eastern Airways check in desk is located in the main terminal building check-in area, operated by Swissport.
Teesside International Airport operate a passenger charge called Airport Development Fee (ADF) that will be collected on the day of departure from every passenger flying from the airport. Eastern Airways is not responsible for this levy and passengers should visit www.teessideinternational.com for more information or contact Teesside International Airport.
Conveniently located in the departure lounge, the airport café has its own seating area for customers and a select menu that ranges from Paninis, sandwiches and muffins to tea, coffee, alcohol and soft drinks.
WH Smith and Alpha Retail stores are available within the airport terminal.
Avis, Hertz and Europcar desks are situated in the main terminal. Special discounted rates with Europcar are available to all Eastern Airways passengers by going on this web link: https://www.easternairways.com/en-gb/information/general/Car-hire
The car park is situated directly in front of the terminal building and is monitored by security staff. Holiday Extras and Eastern Airways have teamed up providing parking at all major UK airports. In addition to low rates, you benefit from a simplified booking process and regular special offers. Check it out: https://www.easternairways.com/en-gb/information/general/car-parking.
Teesside International Airport can be easily accessed from the A1(M), A19 and the A66
The railway station at Darlington is located approximately 7 miles west of Durham Tees Valley Airport and is a short bus or taxi ride
The airport is clearly signed from the A1 and all major routes
Taxis are available directly outside the terminal building
Sky Express service 737 offers direct connections daily to and from Durham Tees Valley Airport, Darlington Train Station and Darlington Town Hall, allowing onward connections throughout the North including Durham, Newcastle and York. The dedicated bus service is free for air passengers