Flights departing from Birmingham
England's second largest city, Birmingham, is an important centre of manufacturing and industries. The city is served by Birmingham Airport, which is only 10 kilometres from the city centre in Bickenhill, Solihull.
Flights from Birmingham to Paris take off from Birmingham Airport, which was once used by the RAF and the Royal Navy. After World War II, the airport began civilian operations again and is now one of the busiest airports in England. The airport is connected by buses, coaches, taxis and trains so that passengers can reach it conveniently from various parts of Birmingham and the surrounding region.
Getting to Birmingham airport
To catch Birmingham to Paris flights, passengers have to arrive at Birmingham Airport. This airport is not too far away from the city, at just 10 kilometres. You can either choose to take a coach or bus to reach the airport quickly. If you are around central Birmingham, take bus 900 to reach the airport quickly. Another option is to get on board one of the coaches run by National Express Coaches. For this, all you need to do is get to Birmingham Coach Station and take coach 777 or 422. A more luxurious and expensive way of getting to the airport is taking one of the black cabs.