Birmingham International Station
Birmingham Airport is directly connected to over 100 towns and cities via Birmingham International Station and the free 'Air-Rail Link' monorail system. The Air-Rail Link is free and operates between 05:15 and 02:00 daily.
Rail services operate regularly from Birmingham International to a range of destinations, by a number of operators, including:
- 3 trains per hour (tph) to London Euston
- 2tph to Birmingham New Street
- 1tph to Wolverhampton via Birmingham New Street
- 1tph to Manchester Piccadilly
- 1tph to Bournemouth
- 4tph to Birmingham New Street
- 1tph to London Euston via Northampton
- 1tph to Northampton
- 1tph to Coventry
Arriva Trains Wales
- 1tph to Shrewsbury, of which:
- 1tp2h continues to Aberystwyth and Pwllheli after diving at Machynlleth
- 1tp2h continues to Holyhead via Wrexham General and Chester
Click here to view a map of regional train services.
Birmingham New Street is 10 minutes on a direct train, with seven services per hour from Birmingham International. A single ticket costs £3.30.
Services to central London operate daily with three trains per hour serving London Euston with Virgin Trains and one train per hour by London Midland. The journey takes approximately 70 minutes with Virgin Trains.
Live journey information for Birmingham International can be found using National Rail Enquiries. Click here.
Chiltern Railway services can be accessed from Solihull Rail Station (via the 966 bus service directly from the Airport) or via Leamington Spa (via trains from Birmingham International). This offers alternative routes to London. Chiltern Railways serve London Marylebone, Banbury, Bicester, High Wycombe, Warwick, Leamington Spa, Warwick Parkway, Solihull and Birmingham Moor Street. Additional routes from Leamington Spa include Stratford-upon-Avon.
National Rail Enquiries
Arriva Trains Wales
Tickets can be purchased in person from Birmingham International at the ticket office, or via self service machines.
The ticket office is open:
Tickets can also be purchased from the Birmingham Airport Visitor Centre, located near arrivals (www.visitbirmingham.com).