Government update on international travel
From the 17th May, the ban on international travel will be lifted, with Gibraltar and Portugal moving to a quarantine-free Green list. Please visit Red, amber and green list rules for entering England - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) for the government guidance on the traffic light system and travel advice. You can travel freely without quarantine to and from UK destinations, including the Republic of Ireland.
Birmingham Airport remains open and operational
Birmingham Airport remains open and is operating safely for those legally permitted to travel.
Quarantine and Testing
We advise passengers due to travel to refer to the latest government guidance regarding quarantine requirements upon entering the UK as well as the rules or restrictions at your destination arrival point. 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.
Passengers arriving from abroad are likely to be required to quarantine, either at home or in a hotel, upon their return to the UK. Read about travel and transport measures in place to protect England from coronavirus.
Travel declaration form
From 8 March 2021, you must complete a travel declaration form to confirm that you are legally allowed to travel abroad from England.
You don’t need to complete the form for travel within the UK, to Ireland, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.
You should print a copy of the completed form or save it to a mobile phone or other device.
You may be asked to show this declaration form at the port of departure. You may carry evidence to support your reason for travel.
Help Us Help You
We look forward to welcoming you back to Birmingham Airport soon. Over the last few months, we've been working hard implementing the necessary control measures to mitigate the risk of Covid-19 and to ensure your journey through the airport is as safe as possible.
HS2 Works Notification: Rerouting around Northway Island
From 5am on Monday 26 April 2021 for four weeks short sections of Northway Island will be closed.
As a result, road users will no longer be able to travel around the whole of the Island. Depending on your direction of travel, you may be redirected from Northway Island and back to access routes either side of the M42. You will still be able to access all routes, there will just be a short diversion from some parts of Northway Island.