Birmingham Airport By Train

Here is our complete guide to getting to Birmingham Airport by Train, Birmingham International Airport is connected via the UK rail network from Birmingham International Birmingham International StationStation. On the main rail network means that Birmingham Airport can be accessed from anywhere in the country including the major cities of London, Manchester and Leicester.

Birmingham International station is linked to the airport via the air rail link monorail system, this is a free service that takes 2 minutes and links the main terminal building from the railway station. The area link works between 5 am and 2 am daily so no matter what time you arrived at the station you are able to get to the main terminal building with ease. There are a number of rail operate trains to Birmingham New Street Birmingham airport station. Virgin Trains operate 3 trains per hour to London Euston and also 3 trains per hour to Birmingham New Street 1 via Wolverhampton. Virgin Trains also operate the West Coast mainline which gives options to traveling to places like Manchester and Scotland. Cross country trains offer a range of Rail services to places as far afield as Manchester Piccadilly, Bournemouth, London Euston via Northampton, Coventry and Birmingham New Street.

For access to Birmingham Airport from Wales Arriva Trains Wales operate up to 3 trains per hour to places like Shrewsbury, Aberystwyth, Holyhead, Wrexham and Chester. For more details on how to get to Birmingham International Airport by train we recommend that you visit the national Rail website. This website will give you all of the information he need on trains arriving and departing bus Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Airport train station. Purchasing tickets in advance will ensure your seat and also the best prices for Rail travel. Getting the train to Birmingham Airport is a very easy and stress free travel option when catching a flight. They are quick and offer excellent value for money without the need for booking airport parking in advance.

See National Rail Enquiries for more information on rail services.