Birmingham Airport Car ParkingBirmingham Airport Car Parking
Looking for Birmingham Airport car parking? You’ve come to the right place. We have a range of car parking options for Birmingham Airport.
Airport Park and Ride works with trusted partners to offer Park Mark-approved Birmingham Airport car parking. We have options to suit everyone, whatever your needs or budget.
Birmingham Airport has on-airport car parks and a meet and greet service.
Or, you can choose off-airport parking, which is usually the cheapest Birmingham Airport parking.
All our car parks are run by trusted companies who provide top customer service with safe car parks.
Read on to find out more about Birmingham Airport parking options.
Birmingham Airport Parking
Passengers travelling by car have a choice of Birmingham Airport parking options.
The airport offers parking on-site, or you can book cheaper Birmingham Airport parking if you park off-site.
Airport parking options at Birmingham Airport
Birmingham Airport On-Airport Short and Long Stay Parking
Birmingham Airport has official on-airport car parks for customers to book. We work with trusted providers to bring you this Birmingham Airport parking option.
Short and long stay parking at Birmingham Airport is stress-free. You can't park closer to the airport – so choose this for an easy life.
When you book on-airport parking at Birmingham Airport, you will have a short walk to your terminal.
Birmingham Airport Meet and Greet Parking
Birmingham Airport offers meet and greet parking to customers looking for convenience. Drive up to the terminal and hand your keys over to a fully insured driver.
This takes the stress out of airport parking, as you can start your holiday straight away.
Meet and greet parking at Birmingham Airport is loved by families, disabled passengers and people with lots of luggage. Business passengers also enjoy this stress-free option.
Birmingham Airport Park and Ride Parking
If you’re looking for the cheapest Birmingham Airport parking, then park and ride is your best option. If you don't mind getting a shuttle bus to the terminal, this is the cheapest airport parking.
Park and ride is a simple airport parking process. Just drive to your car park then get a transfer bus to the terminal. Transfer buses are free and run either on-demand, or at regular times.
Many operators offer park and ride parking at Birmingham Airport. Just make sure to check your chosen provider is Park Mark-approved for your peace of mind.
Birmingham Airport Parking FAQs
How do I know if my car will be safe?
All of the Birmingham Airport car parks available to book on Airport Park and Ride carry the Park Mark approval. This means car parks have been checked and verified by local police for their security measures and management procedures.
All of our Birmingham Airport car parks have CCTV, entry and exit barriers, security fencing and lighting and regular patrols.
When should I book my Birmingham Airport Parking?
We always advise that you book your Birmingham Airport parking in advance to get the best price. Booking ahead means you get the best price - as well as peace of mind it's all sorted.
Prices go up as spaces get booked up. So, book in advance for the best rates and to secure your space.
What does on-airport and off-airport parking mean at Birmingham Airport?
On-airport means a car park is located within Birmingham Airport grounds, usually on-site and run by the airport.
This is also called official airport parking for Birmingham Airport.
Off-airport means the car park is outside of the airport grounds. However, off-airport car parks are usually close to the airport, with free buses to take you to the terminal. Most Birmingham Airport off-airport car parks provide free transfers, which run 24/7.
On-airport Birmingham Airport parking is perfect if you don't mind spending a bit more to park closer.
If you’re looking for the cheapest Birmingham Airport parking, off-airport will help you park on a budget. It's a trusted service customers love.
What is meet and greet parking?
Birmingham Airport meet and greet is available to book here on Airport Park and Ride. It's sometimes known as valet parking.
Meet and greet parking means driving to the terminal and giving your keys to a member of staff. They will then drive the car to a secure car park.
A driver will then bring the car back to the airport when the customer gets back.
Meet and greet parking is great if you have small children or lots of bags. It's also ideal for disabled passengers.
What if my flight is delayed?
Most Birmingham Airport car parks will ask for your flight number. This is so they can check delays and know when to expect you back.
If your plans change, let us know so we can inform your car park.
How early should I book my car in ahead of my flight?
Always arrive at the airport two hours before you fly. This means you'll need to allow extra time to get from your car park to the airport.
It’s always best to give yourself as much time as you can to allow for traffic, queues and other factors.
Birmingham Airport Information
If you’re travelling from Birmingham Airport, read on to plan your trip.
Birmingham Airport is 8 miles away from Birmingham city centre. It's actually the UK’s seventh busiest airport.
A base for Flybe, Jet2, Ryanair, Thomas Cook and TUI, Birmingham Airport served 12.5 million passengers in 2018.
In November 2018, Birmingham Airport launched a 15-year master plan. It will spend £500 million improving its facilities by 2034.
The busiest international services from Birmingham Airport are Dublin, Dubai and Amsterdam.
Birmingham Airport Terminals Guide
Birmingham Airport has two terminals – Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.
The two terminals at Birmingham Airport are connected by the Millennium Link building. This has a range of retail outlets and restaurants.
Terminal 1 was opened in 1984. It has expanded several times since then, to cope with growing demand from the public.
Terminal 2 at Birmingham Airport opened in 1991. Also known as Eurohub, it is a base for airlines such as Air France, BMI, British Airways and KLM.
Birmingham Airport Shops and Restaurants
Shops at Birmingham Airport include Boots, Accessorize, JD Sports, M&S Simply Food, Next, Superdry, Victoria’s Secret, Kurt Geiger and Pandora.
Eat at Burger King, Frankie and Benny’s, All Bar One, Costa, Pret a Manger, Wetherspoon, Giraffe or Bottega Prosecco Bar.
Birmingham Airport Special Assistance Service
Birmingham Airport offers a special assistance service for those passengers who require additional support during their time at the airport.
Special assistance at Birmingham Airport can be prebooked online, which must be done at least 48 hours ahead of your flight.
If you are bringing your own mobility aid with you, please let your airline know.
Birmingham Airport offers autism assistance for passengers who require this service. The airport works with Autism West Midlands to help autistic passengers enjoy a smooth and enjoyable trip through the airport.
Birmingham Airport Lounges
Birmingham Airport has a selection of airport lounges available to passengers who pay to upgrade their airport experience.
Two Aspire Lounges are available to guests after security at Birmingham Airport. They offer free breakfasts, lunches and dinners as well as snacks and drinks. Choose from free wines, beers and spirits.
Emirates Lounge at Birmingham Airport is an executive lounge for first class and business class passengers. With freshly cooked food, complimentary drinks, shower facilities and even a chauffeur service on offer, this guarantees a premium airport experience.
No 1 Lounges at Birmingham Airport has a full bar and free food for guests. Free alcoholic drinks include wines, beers, spirits and fizz. Unlimited WiFi and free newspapers, magazines and more are available to No 1 Lounge guests.
Clubrooms at Birmingham Airport is a premium airport lounge offering an a la carte menu, complimentary champagne and cocktails. Each guest has a dedicated waiter to serve them during their visit, with runway views and unlimited WiFi on offer.
How To Get To Birmingham Airport
How to get to Birmingham Airport by car
The postcode for Birmingham Airport is B26 3QJ. Enter this in your sat nav to reach the airport by car.
Birmingham Airport is close to the motorway and is easy to reach from junction 6 of the M42, via the A45.
How to get to Birmingham Airport by train
Getting to Birmingham Airport by train couldn’t be easier. Simply catch a direct train from Birmingham International train station, which runs a free air rail link. It takes just two minutes to get from the station to the airport.
How to get to Birmingham Airport by bus
Three National Express West Midlands services connect passengers to Birmingham Airport and/or Birmingham International Station.
The services which connect to the airport are the X1, X12 and 75/75A.
Tickets can be bought on board any of these services.
There is also a megabus service which offers cheap transport to Birmingham Airport from London, Manchester, Leeds and other destinations. It drops passengers outside the airport terminal.