- No booking fee
- Secure parking
- Meet and Greet service
- Booking available 24/7
- Friendly staff
Flying from Birmingham airport in the near future? On the ParkCloud website you will find plenty of spaces to park your car at Birmingham airport. Whatever the reason for your trip, if you ever need parking, the ParkCloud website is the place to go.
All parking at Birmingham airport is Meet & Greet which not only saves you valuable time and stress, but ensures that your trip gets off to the best possible start. Simply drive your own car directly to the airport where staff will be waiting to take delivery of your vehicle. On your return, car park staff will be waiting to personally hand back your vehicle, enabling you to exit the terminal with the minimum of fuss.
Guarantee yourself a car parking space at Birmingham airport today by pre-booking right here on the ParkCloud website.
How do I book my Birmingham airport parking
Finding a parking space through the ParkCloud website is fast and simple. To make a booking simply add the dates and times you are planning to drop off and pick up your vehicle and then hit the ‘Search’ button. Once you’ve done that, just make the choice that suits you the best and complete the booking form with the information requested. You have now made a booking! Afterwards, you’ll receive an email and text confirmation of your booking.
If you require any further assistance on how to book, please visit our How to book page.
Birmingham Airport is an international airport located 6.3 miles southeast of Birmingham city centre. Some of the airlines operating from the airport include Flybe, Monarch, Ryanair, Thomas Cook Airlines and Thomson Airways.
The airport offers both domestic flights within the UK, and international flights to destinations in Europe, the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent, North America and the Caribbean.
In 2008, Birmingham airport handled a record 9.6 million passengers whilst in 2013, an estimated 9.1 million passengers used the airport, making Birmingham the 7th busiest airport in the UK at the time.