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Here at SkyParkSecure we're pleased to offer a range of different parking options at Birmingham Airport to suit each passenger's individual needs.
If your main priority when booking airport parking is distance, then we are able to offer car parks so close to the airport terminals that you often don't even require a shuttle bus to get to and from the airport. This is particularly convenient if you have a travel companion who has trouble walking long distances or standing for long periods of time. Alternatively, those looking to keep their travel costs to a minimum can use the Park & Ride service and take advantage of the shuttle bus service which operates between the nearby car parks and the airport terminal.
Whichever Birmingham airport parking option you choose to book, you can be sure that by booking with SkyParkSecure you will find the most affordable airport parking rates to suit your needs. If you have any questions regarding a particular airport or SkyParkSecure in general, contact one of our friendly team who are dedicated to getting your holiday off to a good start.
About Birmingham Airport
Birmingham Airport is located 6.3 miles from the city centre, in the village of Bickenhill. Birmingham Airport is the seventh busiest airport in the UK according to 2011 passenger numbers.
In 2011 the airport was responsible for the departure of 8.6 million passengers through the airport's two terminals to both international and British destinations. Budget airlines include Bmibaby, Flybe and Ryanair with Birmingham Airport also being base to Thomas Cook Airlines, Monarch and Thomson Airways offering flights within the UK, Europe, Pakistan, Northern America and the Caribbean.
Birmingham Airport is accessible from both north and south by exiting at Junction Six of the M42 motorway. If you're heading from Birmingham city centre, the A45 is a straight road to the airport.
Getting to Birmingham Airport
Birmingham Airport is accessible mainly via the A45 road, but is also closely located to Junction 6 of the M42.
SkyPark Steve's Birmingham Airport Facts
- Terminals one and two are currently undergoing building work due to plans for merging them into one singular terminal.
- Birmingham Airport's busiest domestic route in 2010 was to Edinburgh.
- Birmingham Airport's busiest international route in 2010 was to Dublin in Republic of Ireland.
- A new control tower was built in March 2012 to replace the old one which had been stood since the airport's opening in 1939.
New to Skyparksecure
No bus transfers - drop off and collect your vehicle from next to the terminal
All chauffeur drivers are fully insured
Perfect for families, business travellers and those with lots of luggage
8 days for £55.00
BEST FOR: Low price
Simply put, you park your car in a car park near to Birmingham Airport and hop in a shuttle bus to your departure terminal. All car parks on SkyParkSecure are checked to ensure that the sites are suitably secure and that your car is going to be properly looked after while you’re away.
BEST FOR: Convenience and the easiest possible arrival at Birmingham Airport
Simply drive to the airport terminal and your car will be looked after by a fully insured chauffeur who will take it to a secure airport parking facility near the airport. Most Birmingham Meet & Greet and Chauffeur services ask you to give them a buzz shortly before you arrive at the terminal to let them know you’re on your way.
When you arrive back in the country give them another call and they’ll bring your car to the airport. Seriously, couldn’t be easier.
BEST FOR: Closest to Birmingham Airport
These services are closest to the airport and are often run by the airports themselves. More often than not you don’t even need to take a shuttle bus to the airport as the car parks are so close by.
STEVE PARKES, December 27, 2012
have used the Hams hall parking several times before,always convenient & suits my needs perfectly.
KEITH WATTIS, December 18, 2012
Could not have been friendlier, more efficient or better in any way.
HELEN RICHARDS, December 17, 2012
KATHERINE PEEL, December 15, 2012
ERNEST LOWE, December 13, 2012
May 21, 2013
The M6 northbound exit slip at junction J9 will be closed , due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 6 am, from 8 April 2013 to 26 June 2013.
The M6 northbound exit slip at junction J9 is closed , due to roadworks. Road expected to re-open from 6:00 am.
On the M6 northbound between junctions J5 and J8, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks , between 1:29 pm and 6 am, from 1 January 2013 to 1 January 2014.
On the M6 northbound between junctions J5 and J8, there are currently delays of 10 mins due to roadworks . Expect disruption until 6:00 am.
The M42 southbound entry slip at junction J5 is closed , due to roadworks. Road expected to re-open from 5:30 am.
The M42 southbound entry slip at junction J5 will be closed , due to roadworks, between 9 pm and 5:30 am, from 18 May 2013 to 25 May 2013.
The M6 southbound exit slip at junction J9 will be closed , due to roadworks, between 10 pm and 6 am, from 8 April 2013 to 26 June 2013.
On the M6 northbound between junctions J9 and J10, minor delays are possible due to roadworks closing one lane. Expect disruption until 5:30 am.
On the M6 northbound between junctions J9 and J10, minor delays can be expected at peak times due to roadworks closing one lane, from 7 pm on 20 May 2013 to 5:30 am on 21 May 2013.
On the A45 from The M45 towards Coventry South between the junctions with the A423 and the A46 Coventry East, expect delays of up to 10 mins at peak times due to roadworks , from 6 am on 3 June 2013 to 6 am on 4 December 2017.
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