Birmingham International Airport is 8 miles east of Birmingham city center and first opened in 1939. It is the 5th largest airport in the UK. Birmingham airport has two terminals serving over ten million passengers a year. In total, there are over 100 destinations with direct flights from Birmingham. It serves over 40 different airlines and offers thousands of direct and indirect services.
Birmingham airport is located east of the center of England and the center of the UK's motorway network.
Direction From Birmingham City Center:
From Birmingham city center take the A45 east towards Coventry.
Direction From North And South :
From the south or north of England