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Flights from Birmingham

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We show you the best flight prices direct from airlines (as well as special deals from travel agencies) all on one page, so it's easy to find the best deal on flights from Birmingham. If you know where you want to go, but aren't sure about dates, you can use our 'whole month' and 'cheapest month' search functions on the calendar to nab a bargain.

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Airports in Birmingham

Birmingham Airport is the only airport in Birmingham. Although it only has one terminal, it's one of the UK's ten busiest airports. Domestic, short-haul and long-haul flights are all available from Birmingham, with more than 40 airlines offering flights from Birmingham. Airlines with the most routes from Birmingham are Flybe, Jet2, Monarch Airlines, Thomas Cook Airlines and Thomson Airways.

Popular flights from Birmingham

You can fly from Birmingham to a massive range of destinations. We've chosen the most popular domestic, short- and long-haul ones to give you some inspiration.

Domestic: Edinburgh – Scotland's capital is jam-packed with medieval history. Visit in August for the Fringe comedy festival, and in December for the Christmas markets and new year (hogmanay) celebrations.

Short-haul: Amsterdam – Cycling along the canals, relaxing in smokey coffee shops or admiring the works of Van Gogh: there's plenty to do in The Netherlands' capital city.

Long-haul: Dubai – Glitzy shopping malls and soaring skyscrapers have put this wealthy Emirate on the map.

How to get to Birmingham Airport

A free Air-Rail Link monorail connects Birmingham Airport to Birmingham International Station, ideal if you're arriving in the city by train. If you're arriving by car, you'll find the airport just off junction 6 of the M42 (via the A45). Situated at the heart of Britain's motorway network, it's an easy one to reach.

Five buses serve the airport and its nearby train station. The X1 connects the airport to Birmingham city and Coventry, the 966 goes from Erdington and Solihull, while the 97 and 97A run direct from Birmingham city centre to the airport. Buses to Birmingham International Station are available from Sutton Coldfield (75/75A) and Chelmsley Wood (91).

Birmingham Airport facilities

It's best to arrive at the airport no later than 90 minutes before departure: if you're flying long-haul, try to arrive 3 hours before your flight. This will leave you with some time on your hands, but you'll find plenty at Birmingham Airport to keep yourself occupied.

There are three executive lounges to choose from, with paid entry, and two interactive Sky Zone play areas that kids can use for free. If you hate queuing you can book fast track security (and passport control when you get back). There's also a multi-faith prayer room, and a Changing Places bathroom with a hoist system and adjustable bench. Ask for the code from the OCS Special Assistance desk.

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