Birmingham International Airport
OverviewBirmingham International Airport is a train station located in Birmingham. Keep in mind that some larger cities can have more than one station.
Station / Airport guideBirmingham International airport has two terminals and more than 9 million passengers a year. You’ll find all the assistance you need here to make your journey easier and enjoyable.
Transportation and connections
National Express (National Rail company) operates direct trains (Intercity, regional and local rail services) across England from BHI railway station to major cities like Nottingham, Stafford, Worcester, Oxford, London or Chester. Trains stop at the railway station next to the Airport passenger terminals, which are linked by the automatic SkyRail service.
- Terminals 1 and 2 are adjacent and are interconnected by the covered Millennium Link walkway with the BHI railway station.
- The two terminals are within easy walking distance of each other.
National Express operates several long distance coach services connecting a number of major cities to Birmingham Airport.
Local buses stop outside the airport terminals and provide connections to the city centre and surrounding districts.
Taxi (black cabs) and car rental counter are obviously available in the Birmingham International Airport for reaching London or any other town near the airport.