Birmingham Airport Parking Guide
Birmingham Airport is served by many parking services, and there are plenty of parking spaces both on and off-site. Whether you prefer to keep your keys, prefer cost over convenience or whether you need flexibility with your booking, you will have no trouble finding something to suit. We’ve summarised a few of your Birmingham Airport parking options below, but you can also use the quote form at the top of the page to run a quick quote and see the full comparison.
Birmingham Short Stay Car Parks
Birmingham Airport Short and Medium Stay
If you are only away for a short time (or better still on expenses) you might like to splash out on the Short and Medium Term car park which is a one-minute walk from the terminal building. For the best rates it is best to pre-book but, if you are flying off at short notice, it is possible just to turn up and pay. Like the majority of the airport car parks on and off-site, this is a secure car park.
Postcode: B26 3QJ
Birmingham Airport Long Stay Car Parks
This is an off-site car park that is a 15-minutes drive from the airport, although it is advisable to allow 45 mins between parking and check-in because of unpredictable traffic conditions. The bus stops at an intermediate bus stop en route to the airport, so make sure you do not get off there!
The transfer bus is unable to accommodate large items such as surf boards, so if you are carrying large equipment, you may be better off booking parking at an on-site car park. Drivers are required to leave their keys with the car park operator.
A Winter Wash package is available at a supplement, which as well as including a wash and dry-off also includes a refill of the washer bottle.
Postcode: B46 1AL
Birmingham Airparks Services
According to the operator’s website this is the closest off-site Long Stay car park to the airport, being only four miles from the terminal, but it is still advisable to allow about 50 minutes for the transfer, especially if there is a major event at the NEC. Various options are available when booking, depending on whether your plans are likely to change and whether you are comfortable leaving your keys with the attendant.
If you are carrying large items such as bikes or skis, you will not be able to take them on the bus so make sure you drop them off with a passenger at the airport first or alternatively book an on-site car park. Transfers run every 25 minutes, but if you have an early departure or late arrival (between midnight and 3am) you will have to request a shuttle.
You can also book a return meet service, which could be ideal for passengers flying in to Birmingham late at night. The driver will have your car ready and waiting for you at the airport, saving you valuable time.
Postcode: B33 0JD
Birmingham Airport Long Stay
If a quick get-away is important to you, the on-site Birmingham Airport Long Stay Car Park could be just what you are looking for. Transfers take five minutes on the regular shuttle bus or, alternatively, if you are not laden down with luggage, you can walk to the terminal building in five to ten minutes.
Postcode: B26 3QJ
Birmingham Meet and Greet parking options
There are plenty of Meet and Greet services serving Birmingham Airport; scroll up to view the full list and to compare prices simply run a quote using the form at the top of this page.
NCP Meet and Greet
If time is tight or you have a lot of luggage, then this Meet and Greet service could be a good option for you. Just drive to the Drop and Go area at the airport and you will be met by a staff member who will check your car in and take it to the Long Stay Car Park for the duration of your trip. On arrival back at the airport you should phone as soon as you disembark so that your car can be retrieved. This Meet and Greet service offers a variety of rates depending on whether you want flexibility.
Postcode: B26 3QJ
Parking where you keep your keys
If you wish to keep your keys when you park your car at Birmingham Airport, these car parks are good options for you:
- Car Park 1
- Car Parks 2 and 3
- Car Park 5
- Shortrun by Airparks
Birmingham Airport hotels with parking
If you’ve got an early flight, or you just don’t want the hassle of driving to the airport in the morning, booking a hotel that comes with parking can be a great way to ensure a relaxing journey! Turn up the night before, have a good night’s sleep and then make your way to the airport without having to worry about any traffic. The price includes your parking for your trip so you don’t have to worry about a thing.
Find and compare great hotel and parking packages to get a great deal.
Guide to Birmingham City
A transformed and modernised Birmingham, also recognised as 'The City of 1,001 Trades,' is home to a population of more than a million residents, in the heart of England surrounded by attractive English countryside. With a wide variety of quality tourist activities and significant improvements scattered through the city centre, it is finally shaking off its insalubrious image as a cultural wasteland.
Birmingham boasts numerous theatres, two cathedrals, a zoo, museums, shops, galleries, restaurants and bars, but is more widely known as home of Cadbury World, Bournville, and The National Sea Life Centre in Brindley place. The city's historical interests include that of the old canal system, developed late in the 18th century, and the wide variety of factories still in place from the Industrial Revolution.