Flying to Birmingham Airport (BHX)
Ideally situated for travellers from the Midlands, the eastern counties, or South West England, it's one of the UK's leading airports. BHX, as airlines refer to it, began life in 1946, although the first passenger terminal was built in 1961. After that, Birmingham became a major aviation hub, extending its runway to accommodate transatlantic flights and even hosting Concorde for a couple of decades.
By the 1990s, the airport was serving over 7 million passengers every year and handling flights to every continent on earth. Nowadays, those numbers have grown still further, hitting 10 million in 2015. Birmingham has become a leading point of departure for long-haul journeys to India, with services to Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mumbai.
Facilities at Birmingham Airport
Millions of people travel each year through Birmingham Airport to destinations worldwide. The airport is easily accessible and has besides its many features several hotels nearby that make the airport for a temporary stay.
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Airlines and destinations from Birmingham Airport
Birmingham Airport provides connections to destinations all across Europe, with some more far flung destinations on offer as well. There are currently no long-haul flights from the airport. Currently, the selection of airlines and flights includes:
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Parking, address & ground transportation
Parking at Birmingham Airport is quick and easy. The airport has several possibilities to get to the center from Birmingham Airport and vice versa.
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