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Birmingham Airport parking

Birmingham International Airport is located 10.2 km south-east of Birmingham city centre, at Bickenhill in the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull within the West Midlands, England. In 2009 it was the sixth-busiest airport in the UK and second-busiest not serving London, after Manchester Airport. About 9 million air passengers pass through the airport each year.
 


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Parking at the Birmingham Airport

The airport has 2 terminals. In Terminal 1 you find the departure lounge for passengers only and the departure gates. Terminal 2 is situated on the ground floor for passengers and the public. Both terminals include shopping facilities, food & drink, customer service and departure gates.

Getting to the Birmingham airport car park

When planning an air journey, one wants to have a safe parking space for the car at the airport. Get best value for money and pre-book your individual parking option online in advance. Pre-booking not only guarantees you an ideal parking space, but also a special rate. Birmingham Airport offers both short-stay and long-stay parking spaces.
The drop off and pick up area is located adjacent to the terminals. Alternatively, the short- and medium-stay car parks 1, 2 and 3 are located next to the terminal buildings. Moreover, multi-storey car parks provide a great number of parking spaces. It takes two minutes to walk to the terminal. The long stay car parks 1 and 2 are located within walking distance. It takes about 10 minutes to walk to the terminal, but there is also a shuttle service that connects the car parks to the terminals. The fastest way to check-in is provided by the official valet-parking. Your car will be kept secure in an undercover on-site car park and ready for you when arriving at the airport. Benefit from our online booking system and pre-book your parking space online in advance in order to receive special rates.

Directions

Birmingham Airport is located 10.2 km from the city of Birmingham. The Airport is situated off the junction 6 of the M42 and is linked to Central Birmingham by the A45. Coming from the north-west you can take the M6, M6 Toll and M42. Coming from north-east you can take the M1 and M42. Arriving from east, you can take the M6. Arriving from south-east you can take the M40 and coming from south-west you can take the M5.