Birmingham Airport is the seventh busiest airport in the UK. The airport is used by a number of popular airlines, many of them being no frills airlines flying to destinations within Europe, such as Monarch, Flybe and Ryanair. There are also other airlines that fly in and out of Birmingham Airport, offering flights to North America, the Caribbean, Pakistan and the Middle East. The airport itself boasts a range of facilities, including a variety of shops and a number of places for passengers and visitors to dine or enjoy a drink. The airport is located just over six miles from Birmingham City Centre.
Birmingham Airport is home to a range of businesses, many of which are eateries, shops, and service based businesses offering facilities for incoming or outgoing passengers. These include technology specialists Dixons, travel brand Antler, wine bar Blanc et Noir and Meriden Bar. There are also a number of hotels close to the airport, many of which are used by those flying in or out of the country. You will find a range of serviced offices close to the airport, enabling businesses to enjoy a convenient position at the centre of a major international transport hub.
Entertainment And Dining Out
With good transport links into Birmingham city centre, Birmingham Airport is not far from some great entertainment, including vibrant nightlife such as bars, comedy clubs, and theatres. If you are looking for a place to eat out, you will find many chain restaurants inside the airport itself, such as Frankie & Benny’s and Wetherspoon’s. You will also find a variety of excellent dining options in nearby Birmingham city centre, with cuisine from all over the world.
Birmingham Airport is served by Birmingham International Railway Station, which provides convenient access to mainline train services. AirRail Links provides free connections from the station to the airport terminals. Coach services, buses and taxis are also convenient modes of public transport to access Birmingham City Airport and parking is available for those who prefer to drive.