We have introduced extra measures to ensure your journey is as safe as possible.
Covid-19 Updates and Advice
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Birmingham Airport remains open and is operating safely for those currently able to travel.
Testing and travel
We advise passengers due to travel to check if there are any rules or restrictions at the arrival point destination with your airline or tour operator. Many countries require you to carry out a test before arriving in the country or have local restrictions in place which you may wish to be aware of before you leave home. The types of test and the timing required to take the test before departure vary by destination. Please ensure that you confirm the type of test required before booking a test.
List of local providers: general testing
- Cherish-UK Ultrasound Scans
- IQ Doctor
- Midlands Ultrasound and Medical Services
- Solihull Health Check Clinic
- The Oakley Partnership
- Vanité Clinic
Passengers arriving from all international destinations will be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result before departing for England.
Please read the UK Government advice regarding international travel here. If you are concerned about your booking, please contact your airline or operator directly.
Test to Release - International Travel
Passengers arriving into England from the 15th December can reduce the quarantine period from non-exempt countries by taking a private Covid-19 test. If a test taken on day five after arrival proves negative, passengers can unlock themselves early from the 10 day quarantine. This means that customers can now book with confidence for the festive season and make plans for their 2021 holidays and business trips without quarantine concerns on their return. Find out more here.
Our video below shows what you can expect to see when you travel through Birmingham Airport as we’ve implemented the necessary control measures to mitigate the risk of Covid-19 and to ensure your journey through the airport is as safe as possible.
Please do not visit the airport if you are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms or have a high temperature.