Birmingham Airport (BHX)
Travel and Ground Transport
(Birmingham, West Midlands, England, UK)
Birmingham International Airport (BHX) also has exceptional public transport access to and from the airport including buses, trains and taxis. Local buses run from outside the terminals to Birmingham city centre as well as to regional towns, while National Express coaches run to just about any destination in the country.
There is also rail access direct from the airport to Birmingham International Station, from where there are rail links to the rest of the UK.
Local buses run from the Bus and Coach Terminus, located outside Terminal 2, where different operators serve a number of routes. Routes 900 and 966 are the main services running from morning to night to Birmingham Central, Wolverhampton, Sutton Coldfield, Atherstone, Nuneaton, Coventry and Warwick. National Express coaches also serve many of these towns as well as destinations farther afield.
The Air-Rail Link is a free rail service that runs from the terminals to nearby Birmingham International Station every two minutes. Birmingham International Airport is on the West Coast Mainline and there are direct connections from here to many UK cities with Virgin and Central trains. Regular trains also run from here to Birmingham New Street Station in central Birmingham.
The taxi rank is located directly outside Terminal 2 (Eurohub), where Black Cabs provide a 24-hour service to hotels, the city centre and other destinations. These cabs can carry up to six passengers including luggage as well as wheelchairs.