Birmingham Airport - How to get there
Birmingham International Airport is situated on the A45, just off the M42 Motorway at Junction 6. The M42 gives direct connections to the M6, M5 and M40 Motorways as well as the new M6 Toll Motorway.
Birmingham International Airport is well signposted from all these routes.
Birmingham International Interchange is at the heart of the UK's rail network and served by over 200 trains per day. Linked to the Airport Passenger Terminals by SkyRail, the rail station is situated on the West Coast Main Line that has a network of fast and frequent regional and intercity rail services operated by Central, Virgin and Silverlink Trains.
Network Rail provides nation-wide rail timetable information through their website and national timetable. Alternatively call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50.
Local buses link the Airport to the surrounding district and are provided by a number of operators. All buses stop outside the Passenger Terminals.
Services 900 and 966 operate from early morning to late at night, but there are no overnight services.
Please note that Travel West Midlands operate an exact fare policy and the driver cannot give change. To confirm up to date information call Traveline 0870 608 2 608
Further information may be obtained from www.centro.org.uk and www.travelwm.co.uk
National Express operate long distance coach services linking the Airport to a number of cities and also provide inter-airport Flightlink coaches. Passengers are advised to book long distance coach services in advance. Digbeth Coach Station in Birmingham City Centre is a hub of the National Express network with services to most parts of the UK.
Local bus 900 Airport Link passes Digbeth Coach station. For further information on long distance coach services call 08705 808080 or 08705 757 747 (Flightlink) or go to www.nationalexpress.com