Follow us

Find cheap flights

Find deals now

Cheap Flights to Birmingham

Select the airport or region closest to you to compare the prices of cheap flights to Birmingham

UK & Ireland departure airports for flights to Birmingham

Birmingham travel guide


Useful information about Birmingham

Avg temperature for this monthBirmingham12.7 °CSource: World Weather Online
Avg rainfall for this month inBirmingham31.3 mmSource: World Weather Online
Airlines that fly toBirminghamFlybe, KLM and Aer Lingus
Deals on flights toBirmingham2420
Partners with offers and thetrainline
Number of partners with deals toBirmingham6
Lowest flight offer toBirmingham£17
Avg flight offer toBirmingham£16

Birmingham was once the epicentre of Britain’s industrial revolution but is now in the midst of a regeneration that is making it a brilliant place for shopping, culture and fun.

Much of the city centre is pedestrianised and this combined with recent redevelopments, like the large Bullring shopping centre, are making Birmingham a top retail destination. The Jewellery Quarter just north of the centre is home to many boutiques and specialist retailers and workshops, most notably for jewellery but also other luxury goods. Another famous export from Birmingham is Cadbury’s chocolate, and Cadbury World, the huge chocolate factory in Bourneville, will delight the whole family with its tour of chocolate history and production; the free samples alone are worth the flights to Birmingham!

Plenty of sports enthusiasts get cheap flights to Birmingham to visit Villa Park and St Andrews, the homes of Aston Villa and Birmingham City football clubs. Cricket fans will want to go to Edgbaston Cricket Ground, the home of Warwickshire County Cricket Club. The NEC Arena hosts lots of special one-off events and concerts too.

Birmingham is excellent for live music, with Black Sabbath and UB40 having cut their musical teeth here, and there is always something to see each night in areas like Digbeth with its popular venues the HMV Institute and the Custard Factory. Other great nightlife areas outside of the centre include Moseley and Selly Oak. Watch out for dress codes though as they are common throughout the city.

Go to the Birmingham travel guide

 How much do things cost in Birmingham?

  • Petrol (1 litre): £1.39
  • Large bottle of water: £0.76
  • Imported beer (0.33 litre): £3.00
  • Cheap meal: £7.50
  • Bottle of beer (imported beer): £1.20
  • 3 course meal for 2: £42.50
  • Taxi - fixed fee: £3.25
  • 1 bedroom flat in city centre: £620.83
  • Local draught beer (0.5 litre): £2.82
  • 1 mile taxi journey: £1.61
Last updated on source