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Birmingham Airport Parking

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2. Insert the date/time of arrival at the car park         
3. Insert your return date and landing time         
4. Insert the number of people travelling
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1. Select the name of the Airport your are flying from
2. Insert the date/time of arrival at the hotel
3. Insert your return date and landing time
4. Choose the package type
5. Search for the best prices
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2. Insert the date/time of arrival at the Airport
3. Insert the number of Adults / Children / Infants    
5. Search for the best prices
   

Ways to get to Birmingham Airport

Birmingham Airport is easily accessible by car, and with so many parking options available, it is the simplest way to access the airport. To get to the airport simply join the M42 motorway, and then continue along until you get to Junction 6, then the A45 towards the city centre. Once you are on the A45 simply follow the signs to the airport. If you need to book parking, simply use the form above or click here for birmingham airport parking.

Taxi

A 24 hour service is available with the Black Cabs, who operate from the official rank outside the airport passenger terminals. Taxis’ can accommodate up to five people as well as luggage, and they are also able to accommodate wheelchairs.

Bus Services to both Terminals

A local bus services looking for other airports? the surrounding area to the airport, and they stop at the Bus and Coach Terminus which is located opposite Terminal 2.

The airport is served by the National Express operator, and it offers a long-distance coach services linking the airport to a number of cities and airports, including Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted. Passengers are advised to book long-distance coach services in advance to ensure a space is available for them. Visit www.nationalexpress.com for more information

Trains

The airport is directly linked to Birmingham International Train Station and the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) via the Skyrail link, which runs from Terminal 1 approximately every two minutes. The journey takes approximately 1.5 minutes. Birmingham International Train Station is situated on the West Coast Main Line, and is serviced by the following train lines: Central, Virgin and Silverlink. The station is serviced by a network of frequent regional and intercity rail services; with the service to London Euston taking just 90 minutes and operating approximately every half an hour. Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk for more information.