Birmingham Airport (BHX)
Birmingham Airport serves more than 400 direct or one stop destinations globally with 50 airlines and was the UK’s seventh busiest airport in 2020 with the highest percentage of business travellers after London Heathrow.
Just 10km from the centre of Birmingham the airport is connected by rail, road and bus, in 10 minutes, you can find yourself right in the centre of things and be ready to start exploring the city.
Train: 15 minutes, £4
Birmingham International railway station is directly linked to the airport passenger Terminal by Air-Rail Link. The Air-Rail Link is free, operates regularly between 03:30 and 00:30, with the journey takes less than 2 minutes.
To get from Birmingham Airport to the City Centre, it’s a 10-15 minute journey from Birmingham International rail station to Birmingham New Street station.
Taxi: 20 minutes, £35
The official Birmingham Airport Taxi rank sits outside arrivals, operating a twenty-four-hour hackney carriage service. Airport Ranks run this service and there is a customer service representative available at the rank. A variety of vehicles should be available, with some carrying up to five passengers and some able to carry more than this.
Journeys using these cabs will be a metered fare, which will be displayed throughout your trip in the taxi. The taxis also accept major credit and debit cards.