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Why Fly to Birmingham?
Considered the second largest city in England, Birmingham is home to a vibrant fusion of cultures, great shopping and a thriving entertainment scene. The city has undergone a massive regeneration project over the years, changing its perceived status from a industrial hub, to a cosmopolitan and exciting city to fly to. Birmingham has a large international airport on its outskirts, serving destinations all over the world. There are frequent connections from the airport to Birmingham centre. Flying to Birmingham also puts you right in the centre of England, making it an ideal middle point for exploring the rest of the country.
Flying to Birmingham from the UK
Flights to Birmingham from around the UK go direct to the domestic terminal at Birmingham International Airport. The distance is too short from London to Birmingham to fly, but most airports further afield provide regular, domestic services. Main cities with airports that offer flights to Birmingham include Glasgow, Belfast, Edinburgh and Newcastle. Daily flights are also available from Jersey and Guernsey.
Popular Flight Routes to Birmingham
Which Airlines Fly to Birmingham?
National carrier, British Airways flies several times daily into Birmingham from across the world. Flights to Birmingham from within the UK are operated by Flybe, Ryanair and BMI, as well as regional carriers from Scotland, such as Eastern Airways. Flights from Europe to Birmingham are covered by most European airlines, such as KLM, Air France and Lufthansa. Emirates operate flights to Birmingham from the Middle East and Asia.
Mini Travel Guide to Birmingham
Birmingham is a shopping mecca. The Bullring is one of the most famous malls in the UK and is highly sought for a full day of spending, eating and drinking. Other shopping outlets include the Mailbox and the Jewellery Quarter. Birmingham is nicknamed as the ‘home of the balti’ and has a vast number of authentic curry houses and eastern cuisines. The city has a busy calendar of cultural events and the NEC arena hosts a number of concerts and shows throughout the year.
There are regular train services connecting Birmingham to the rest of the UK in less than two hours. Main providers include Virgin Trains, Cross Country and London Midland.