With over 10 million travellers passing through its boarding gates each year, Birmingham Airport is a busy transport hub. Only 5 miles from the centre of the city, it’s just a short journey by car or public transport before you can get your stay off to a great start.
Whether you want to take a train, taxi or bus, you’ll find a number of public transport options at Birmingham Airport.
With stops at the airport terminal and Birmingham International Station, it’s simple and quick to hop on a bus into town. Take one of the five bus services and you’ll be in the city centre within an hour and for under £3.
Birmingham Airport is connected to Birmingham International Station by a free Air-Rail Link system. Jump on the monorail and within two minutes you’ll arrive at the station. From here you can get a ticket into the city centre for under £5.
Operating 24-hours a day, 365 days a year, you’ll find licensed black cabs directly outside the terminal. Within 45 minutes and for a fare of around £30, you’ll arrive in the city centre ready to start your trip.
All of the largest global car-hire firms have desks in Birmingham Airport’s Arrivals area. With dedicated collect-and-return car parks within easy walking distance of the terminal, picking up and dropping off your car will be a breeze.