Birmingham Airport Parking

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Overview

Birmingham Airport (BHX) is the UK's 7th busiest airport in terms of numbers of passengers. It is located about 5¼ miles east, south-east of Birmingham city centre in the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull.

In 2010, Birmingham Airport handled more than 8.5 million passengers.

Birmingham Airport is a base for BMI; Bmibaby; Flybe; Monarch, Ryannair, Thomas Cook Airlines and Thomson Airways.

BHX offers domestic flights within the UK and international flights to destinations in Europe, the Indian Subcontinent, the Middle East, North America and the Caribbean.

If you are planning to drive to Birmingham International Airport you will find that it is easily accessible via a network of motorways and main roads. Alternatively, there is regular public transportation available, with a variety of options including trains, buses, coaches, and taxis.

If you require Birmingham Airport parking, there are valet, short stay and long stay airport parking options available. Purple Parking can provide off-airport parking for Birmingham at a reasonable and competitive price. For further information please complete the Quick Quote box above.

Birmingham Airport has several car parks offering short; medium and long stay parking as well as Drop and Go parking and a valet parking service. Purple Parking can arrange airport parking for Birmingham with our parking partners whose car parks are located in the close vicinity of the airport. Our parking partners at Birmingham offer Park & Ride and Meet & Greet parking. Birmingham Airport has its own rail station, Birmingham International, which also serves the adjacent National Exhibition Centre, and is connected directly into the terminal building via a free 'Air-Rail Link' monorail system. The 'Air-Rail Link' operates between 05:00 - 02:00. The main bus services at the airport are the 900 (connecting Birmingham and Coventry) and the 966 (connecting Erdington and Solihull). Long distance coach services at the airport are operated by National Express and Megabus, to a range of destinations across the UK. Black cabs operate a 24 hour service from directly outside the arrivals area of the terminal building.

Services at Birmingham

MAPLE MANOR MEET & GREET Rated 3 / 5
PURPLE PARKING PARK & RIDE  
AIRPARKS PARK & RIDE Rated 4 / 5
APH PARK & RIDE Rated 4 / 5
METEOR MEET & GREET PARKING Rated 4 / 5
METEOR NON-FLEX MEET & GREET Rated 4 / 5
STRESS FREE MEET & GREET Rated 4 / 5
STRESS FREE MEET & GREET NON FLEXIBLE Rated 4 / 5
BIRMINGHAM AIRPARKS LONG TERM VALUE Rated 4 / 5
CAR PARK 1 Rated 4 / 5
CAR PARK 5 Rated 3 / 5
NCP PREMIUM MEET & GREET  
CAR PARK 2 AND 3  
NCP PREMIUM MEET & GREET SAVER Rated 4 / 5
CAR PARK 5 SAVER Rated 3 / 5
CAR PARK 1 SAVER  
CAR PARK 2 AND 3 SAVER Rated 3 / 5
BIRMINGHAM BUDGET MEET & GREET  
APH PARK & RIDE SAVER Rated 3 / 5
PURPLE PARKING MEET & GREET  
APH MEET & GREET  
DRIVEFLY MEET & GREET Rated 4 / 5
MAPLE MANOR MEET & GREET  

Our Birmingham Airport services have been rated 87 out of 100 based on 809 user reviews.

Our services explained

At Birmingham Airport, Purple Parking offers Meet & Greet services operated by:

With the Meet & Greet services, just drive yourself to Birmingham Airport where you will be met by a chauffeur from your chosen service. The chauffeur will collect your vehicle and take it to a secure car park either at Birmingham Airport or nearby, where it will stay for the duration of your trip. When you return, call the car park as soon as possible after landing and a chauffeur will be waiting to hand your vehicle back to you once you have cleared the airport terminal.

We also offer Park and Ride services operated by:

With Park & Ride, simply drive yourself to your chosen car park which will be located either at the airport or just a few miles away. Once you have parked simply take the short walk to the terminal or load your luggage on to the courtesy transfer bus, then sit back and relax whilst you are driven to the terminal. On your return either walk or take the courtesy bus straight back to the car park and your car which will be ready for you to collect.

Leisure and family facilities

Birmingham Airport's passenger terminal has a good range of shopping and eating facilities both landside and airside. There are also family gaming areas, foreign currency exchanges, left baggage, lost property, religious & cultural facilities, toilets and trolleys available throughout the terminal.

Special assistance

OCS - Ltd are contracted by Birmingham Airport to provide assistance to persons with reduced mobility. If you require wheelchair or special assistance for any part of your journey from arrival at the airport through to the aircraft or on your return journey, OCS staff will be happy to help.

Birmingham Airport has staff that can use sign language and they can be contacted from the Special Assistance Reception Desk. An Induction Loop System and mini-loop systems are installed in various locations throughout the terminal.

Disabled Parking spaces are available in the Drop & Go area which is close to the terminal building. Blue Badge holders are entitled to up to 60 minutes free parking within the Drop & Go area upon production of their Blue Badge and car parking ticket at the NCP Customer Services desk, within the terminal building. Normal charges apply if the 60 minutes is exceeded. Parking spaces are also available at multi-storey and long-stay surface car parks. Should you require assistance, help points are situated close to the disabled parking areas. Please note that car parking is charged at the normal rates. For security reasons, disabled drivers are advised that the Blue Badge scheme does not operate within the airport.

Birmingham Airport accepts registered assistance dogs if travelling on approved airlines and routes.

Customer Reviews

APH PARK & RIDE SAVER

Our flight was delayed and there was no additional charge, so thank you for that. We were puzzled to find our mileage trip had been returned to zero and we wondered why that had been done. Was the car used whilst we were away?

MR INGHAM Tuesday 09 Dec 2014 at 11:59 (4 out of 5)