Directions to Birmingham Airport
Take any stress out of your journey before you leave and use this Maps & Directions page to familiarise yourself with the surrounding roads and routes. Birmingham International Airport is located 8 miles east of Birmingham city centre, at the centre of England and the centre of the UK’s motorway network. Birmingham Airport poatcode is B26 3QJ.
From Birmingham city centre take the A45 east towards Coventry. From the south or north of England take the M42 (which links to the M40 and M1 from London, M6 from Manchester and M5 from the South East). Come off at Junction 6, taking the A45 towards the city centre. The airport turnoff is only 1 mile and is well signposted.
Travelling by car? Use postcode B26 3QJ in your sat nav and use the Birmingham Airport map below to give you an overview of the surrounding area, highlighting the most important approach roads:
Distances by miles when driving from:
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Drop-Offs/Pick Ups and Parking
Drop-offs are free for up to 30-minutes in selected car parks whilst you are required to park up and pay if you are collecting passengers. Information on these charges and parking locations can be found on our parking page.