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Newcastle Airport (Newcastle International Airport)
Newcastle Airport may refer to:

* Newcastle International Airport, an airport in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK

* Newcastle Airport metro station, the Tyne and Wear metro station serving the airport

* Newcastle Airport (Nevis), now Vance W. Amory International Airport, an airport in Charlestown, Saint Kitts and Nevis

* Newcastle Airport (New South Wales), an airport in Williamtown, New South Wales, Australia

* Newcastle Airport (South Africa), an airport in Newcastle, South Africa

* Newcastle Aerodrome, an airport in the Republic of Ireland

* New Castle Airport (disambiguation)

* RAAF Base Williamtown, a military airbase near Newcastle, New South Wales

 
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