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Flights to Birmingham International from which airports in the UK?


Appropriately enough for a city right at the heart of the UK, Birmingham has links to all corners of the country.

Direct domestic flights to the second city leave from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow International and Inverness in Scotland, those looking to make the short trip from the north of England can fly from Newcastle, while there is also a direct flight to Newquay in Cornwall.

There are also flights to and from the Channel Islands of Guernsey and Jersey, as well as to the Isle of Man, while both Belfast City and Belfast International airports can be reached directly from Birmingham.

Airlines which fly to Birmingham International



Anyone wanting to travel to Birmingham International from within the UK can benefit from strong competition between a number of low-cost airlines.

Eastern Airways operates routes to the Isle of Man and Newcastle, Flybe flies to Aberdeen, Belfast City, Edinburgh, Guernsey, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey, Newquay.

Also flying to and from Birmingham is bmibaby, which offers services to Aberdeen, Belfast International, Edinburgh, Glasgow International and Jersey.

Where is Birmingham International in the UK?



Birmingham International Airport is located just six miles south-east of the UK's second-largest city, with excellent links via a special rail system and the M42 motorway between the terminals and the hotels and retail and business opportunities of the centre.

From Birmingham, all parts of England can be easily reached, a factor that helps make it the country's fifth-busiest air terminal.

A couple areas of interest in and around Birmingham



Over recent years, Birmingham has been transformed from an industrial powerhouse to a popular destination for both business and leisure travellers. The city centre has benefited from millions of pounds worth of regeneration and now boasts some of the finest shopping facilities in the country, including the area around the iconic Bullring. As well as excellent shopping, Birmingham is also home to a strong cultural scene, including the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery and the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, while dozens of chic and contemporary hotels have been opened over the past few years.

Just a few miles outside of the city, Stratford-upon-Avon is the historic home town of Shakespeare, while Warwick Castle has been updated into a Medieval-themed fun day out for the family.


 

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