Newcastle International Airport revealed as UK’s cheapest for breakfast

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The research found that Newcastle also had the highest average rating on Google reviews.

Newcastle International Airport has been revealed as the cheapest airport in the UK for a full English breakfast.

The findings come from Jack’s Flight Club, who released a comprehensive guide of the most affordable and highest rated airports. 

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Jack’s Flight Club analysed Google reviews and the menus of 65 restaurants across the UK’s most popular airports, finding the cheapest fry up and the most expensive, as well as the highest rated. 

The research found that Newcastle International Airport was the cheapest airport in the UK for a full English breakfast, costing travellers an average of £10.96.

It was found that the average price of a breakfast in a UK airport is £13.50, meaning that a breakfast in Newcastle’s airport costs £2.54 less than the average.

Not only was Newcastle the cheapest airport for breakfast, it was also in joint place as the highest rated on Google with an average rating of 4.3 out of 5, meaning you get a high-quality meal for an incredibly affordable price.

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London City Airport was the fellow highest rated with the same Google average rating as Newcastle, however their breakfast price was the most expensive at £18.50.

Manchester was in second place costing only £11, and finishing the top three was Glasgow where a breakfast costs £12.16.

The research also found that 20% of the analysed airports saw a price increase once inside the terminal. 

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Drew Stewart, Director of Marketing at Jack's Flight Club, said: "It’s been fascinating to conduct our Full English Airport Index, uncovering the prime spots for a 4am fry-up. For many Brits, kicking off a holiday without a cooked breakfast is unthinkable, but finding one that doesn’t break the bank is key before jetting off on an expensive trip.

“It turns out, those in the North East hit the jackpot, boasting not only the most wallet-friendly full English but also the top-rated airport for dining experiences. Our team has eagerly begun testing the restaurants we analysed, and we're excited for our index to assist any travellers looking to get the best bangers for their buck.”

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