Travelling to ACI2022
Situated in the north-east of England, Northumbria has two separate campuses. The largest, City Campus, is situated in the center of Newcastle upon Tyne.
The conference will be located in the CIS Building in the City Campus of Northumbria University, number 3 on the map below. For a higher res PDF copy of the campus map click here.
Whether travelling by air, sea, rail or road, Northumbria University is easily accessible.
Newcastle has its own international airport operating both domestic and international flights to cities including London, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Aberdeen, Dublin, Belfast, Southampton, Amsterdam, Paris, Barcelona, Prague, Dubai and Copenhagen. The airport is directly connected to the Metro system which will take you straight to Newcastle city center close to the venue.
Newcastle International Airport
Tel: +44 (0)871 882 1122
You might also fly into other cities such as London or Edinburgh, which then in turn have good rail connections directly to Newcastle.
Rail services to Newcastle operate from many cities in the UK. Approximate travelling times from other cities with large airports are:
Edinburgh, 2 hours
London, 3 hours
Manchester, 3 hours
Tel: +44 (0)8457 484 950
Travel around Newcastle
Newcastle is a very compact city so getting around is easy! It has one of the best integrated transport systems in the country (Visit the nexus website for more information), centered upon the Metro system, and the extensive bus networks.