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Travel Help: Newcastle to Cardiff Options..

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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
Looking to get to Cardiff from Sunderland/Newcastle on Friday 27 August (anytime), returning from Cardiff the following Monday (Bank Holiday), 30 August

Any means of public transport considered, although flight, train, bus in that order would be great as I've been told you can pay as much for a flight as you can a coach/bus?
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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Could try megabus

Come up at around £10 each way but will be on the bus for a while. But for me im fine with that as i can sleep on the move.

http://www.megabus.com/uk/
#2
Cheapest flight I can find is £80 - Flybe.

£119.80 by train.

Guess megabus is the cheapest option. :)
#3
cheers to you both will rep later guess flybe is best... i found one for £69.00. Dont have passport so can I use my Driving Licence as its a UK - UK flight
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cheers to you both will rep later guess flybe is best... i found one for £69.00. Dont have passport so can I use my Driving Licence as its a UK - UK flight


Driving license is accepted as photo ID.

Domestic/Republic of Ireland travel

All passengers, adults, children and infants, travelling to the Republic of Ireland must have a form of ID which proves their nationality / citizenship for immigration purposes.

* A valid passport
* An expired passport (can be used on domestic flights for up to two years after expiry)
* Valid photographic EU or Swiss national identity card
* Valid photographic driving licence
* Valid armed forces identity card
* Valid police warrant card/badge
* Valid airport employees security identity pass
* A child on parent’ s passport is an acceptable form of ID
* CitizenCard
* Valid photographic firearm certificate
* Valid Government-issued identity card
* SMART card
* Electoral identity card
* NUS cards photographic (National Union of Students)
* Photographic University/College ID card
* Company ID cards of Nationally recognised companies (photographic)
* Council issued bus pass (Senior Citizens only)
* Pension book (as only acceptable form of non-photographic identification)
* Young Scot Card

Children under 16 years of age, travelling on their parent's passport, do not require separate photographic ID. When travelling on international routes, children under 16 travelling on their parent's passport must be accompanied by the parent.

http://www.flybe.com/flightInfo/id_requirements.htm

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