Transport around Birmingham Airport (BHX)
Birmingham International Airport (BHX) is located approximately 10kms southeast of Birmingham city centre. The airport is close to the M42 motorway and A45 main road and is connected by the elevated AirRail Link with Birmingham International Railway Station.
- Birmingham, Bickenhill, West Midlands
- Birmingham International Airport Ltd
- Time Zone
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 052°27'14"N 001°44'53"W
Birmingham International Airport (BHX) is one of the best rail-served airports in the UK, with over 250 train departures per day.
The airport rail station, Birmingham International, is located only 500 metres from the airport passenger terminals. The rail station is linked to the passenger terminals by the free, frequent Air-Rail Link from very early morning to just after midnight.
Birmingham International Airport (BHX) is served by a network of local buses. The main services 900 and 966 operate from early in the morning to late at night including weekends and bank holidays. There are no overnight services.
Timetables for bus services to and from the airport are available in the Airport Bus Guide. Most journeys in the West Midlands are inexpensive. Please note that National Express West Midlands drivers are not able to give change.
black cabs provide service 24 hours, seven day a week from outside Birmingham International Airport (BHX). Each cab can carry up to five people with luggage, and is able to take wheelchairs.
All journeys are metered according to distance and fares are per vehicle but there are small surcharges for additional passengers and items of luggage not carried in the seating area.
Birmingham International Airport (BHX) is located 13kms east of Birmingham city centre on the A45. Routes to the airport are well signposted along the M40, M42 and M5.