Fly to Jersey & Guernsey from Birmingham Airport
See full Jersey & Guernsey flight schedules.
The airport has all the necessary facilities including food and drink outlets, shopping, and information point.
Birmingham Airport is just off Junction 6 of the M42 and is linked into central Birmingham by the A45
From the north-west (Stafford, Stoke, Manchester, Liverpool): Take the M6, M6 Toll, M42
From the north-east (Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, Sheffield, Leeds): Take the M1, M42
From the east (Coventry, Northampton): Take the M6
From the south-east (Banbury, Oxford, Bicester, London): M40
From the south-west (Worcester, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bristol): M5
For satellite navigation systems please use the following postcode:
Birmingham airport: B26 3QJ
Public transport links
Train Birmingham International Station serves the airport and NEC, and is connected directly into the terminal buildings via a free 'Air-Rail Link' monorail system. Rail services operate regularly from Birmingham International to Birmingham city centre (New Street), with departures approximately every 10 minutes. The journey takes 10 minutes on a direct train and costs £3.10 one-way. Services to central London operate throughout the day, with the fastest nonstop services in the morning taking 70 minutes from Birmingham International to Euston.
Bus The main bus services are the 900 (connecting Birmingham and Coventry via the airport) and the 966 (connecting Erdington and Solihull). Most journeys from the airport will cost £1.70 for a single ticket - note that many bus services do not give change.
Taxi Black cabs operate a 24-hour service from directly outside the arrivals area of the terminal buildings. Each taxi can carry up to five passengers (some can carry six), with luggage and are able to take wheelchairs.
Birmingham airport offers short stay, long stay and valet parking facilities. Regular bus services operate from the furthest away car parks.
Address and contact details:
Birmingham International Airport Ltd
Tel: 0844 576 6000