Durham Tees Valley Airport Information
Handy information about the airport
- 24 miles from Durham centre
- Book in advance to save money on your parking
- On-airport parking available
Durham Airport is one of the UK's fastest growing regional airports. Formerly known as Teeside Airport, Durham began a huge redevelopment project in 2004 and now contends to be one of the most state-of-the-art regional airports in the country.
The airport began life in 1941 as an RAF base but began taking on commercial duties in 1966 when Queen Margaritha of Sweden headed its ceremonious opening.
Durham Tees Valley is situated approximately 6 miles east of Darlington and 24 miles south of Durham. The airport itself is easily accessible from the A1, the A19 and A67.
For those using satellite navigation systems, you may wish to use the following postcode: DL2 1LU
The airport has many facilities to offer its customers and make their flying experience that little bit more comfortable. Durham Tees has a Bureaux de Change, baby changing facilities, cash points and telephones. The airport also is proud to announce that it is available to offer wireless internet access from the terminal building. if you have a Wifi enabled laptop you will be able to log onto the internet, check emails or just surf the web whilst you check in.
Please Note: Passengers with disabilities are welcome at Durham Tees Valley Airport.
Durham Airport offers many conveniences for its passengers. These include all sorts of bars, restaurants and cafes that include:
What's more, the Tees Valley Airport has many quality shops and stores that can allow you to get that last minute retail therapy in.