Birmingham is the seventh largest airport in the UK and has an excellent route network for fliers...
Birmingham has recently begun to attract more long-haul operations to add to its already wide schedule of domestic and European flights.
Monarch, easyJet and Ryanair all have bases at Birmingham serving popular resorts and cities in Europe, as well as the Canary Islands and Morocco. Holidays companies such as Thomson and Thomas Cook fly to the most popular Mediterranean destinations, as well as Orlando in Florida, Jamaica and the Mexican playground of Cancun.
Emirates has double daily flights to Dubai and beyond from Birmingham. For destinations across the pond, you can reach New York with United and Toronto with Air Transat. Air India flies to Delhi and Pakistan International to airports in its home country.
Regular flights to Amsterdam, Paris and Frankfurt or Munich with Air France, KLM and Lufthansa also connect with more than 150 onward destinations across the globe.
If you want to get around the UK, flybe has flights to major Scottish cities from Birmingham, as well as to Belfast, Newquay, Newcastle and the Channel Islands.