Birmingham Airport, located in the city of Birmingham, started operations as early as 1939. Birmingham, in the metropolitan borough of West Midlands, is the largest in terms of size and population, after London, among the British cities. Birmingham has nine sister cities around the world, from Germany to China, and had its first airport, Castle Bromwich Aerodrome, in operation from 1909 to 1958.
Now the Birmingham Airport is the sole air transport facility near this city. The airport is located near the village of Bickenhill, at about 10.2 km (6 miles) to the southeast of Birmingham city. Birmingham airport, according to 2013 statistics, was the seventh busiest airport, in terms of passenger traffic, in the United Kingdom. This airport serves as a terminal for passenger flights as well as cargo, with a large number of flights to numerous cities across the world. Chartered flights to Beijing from Birmingham Airport commenced in 2014.
Birmingham is a popular attraction, drawing both locals as well as tourists. Birmingham with its back to back houses, museums, gardens and churches, is a beautiful blend of urban and Victorian architecture. It is also one of the two worldwide locations of Cadbury World, a self-guided exhibition, and tour of the world of chocolates.
The Birmingham Airport with its airport taxis serves for the throng of tourists arriving or departing every day. Being the seventh busiest airport in the UK, getting a cab for airport transfer to or from Birmingham is tedious. It is always better to pre-book a taxi, to avoid hassle at the nick of time. At Friendly Cars, we provide comfortable, stress-free airport transfers, to or from Birmingham Airport. All our vehicles have the latest tracking system, ensuring that you reach your destination in the shortest route possible in a minimum amount of time.
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