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Flights from Orlando to Birmingham

Aer Lingus offers connecting services between Orlando and Birmingham.

Why fly Orlando to Birmingham with Aer Lingus?

Book your flight to Birmingham with Aer Lingus and enjoy a warm Irish welcome onboard with complimentary meal and beverage service as well as a wide range of blockbuster movies, classic films, TV programmes and box sets or music videos at your leisure. Play games or stay connected with Wi-Fi and our mobile network inflight.

How long is the flight from Orlando to Birmingham?

The total flight time from Orlando to Birmingham is approximately 12 hours and 10 minutes. The total distance is 4270 miles/6870 km.

Things to do and places to see in Birmingham

Once known as the "Workshop of the World," Birmingham is the UK's second-largest city. With over 50 km of picturesque canals, vibrant nightlife, and the best UK shopping outside of London, Birmingham offers travellers a fun and memorable experience. Book your flight to Birmingham with Aer Lingus and rediscover the joys of retail therapy at the Bullring shopping area.

  • Arts in Birmingham
    Head to Aston Hall, a Jacobean mansion known for its period rooms and artwork. View tapestries and portraits, see the detailed plasterwork in the Long Gallery, and keep an eye out for the cannonball hole in the staircase. Then go to the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, where you'll find Anglo-Saxon gold metalwork known as the Staffordshire Hoard, a world-class Pre-Raphaelite art collection, and a children's gallery.
  • Music and Nightlife in Birmingham
    Attend a pop concert at Arena Birmingham, enjoy a classical performance at Symphony Hall, or discover the latest indie group at O2 Academy Birmingham. Afterwards, head to Broad Street, where you'll find Birmingham's best clubs, bars, and pubs.
  • Birmingham Shopping
    Visit the historic Jewellery Quarter to browse finely made metal works and jewellery. Then, explore the sprawling Bullring and Grand Central shopping centres for the best in top brands. If visiting in season, be sure to spend some time at the Bull Ring Open Market for fresh produce and locally crafted goods.

How to get from the Birmingham airport to the city centre?

Birmingham Airport is at the heart of the UK motorway network and is directly connected to Birmingham International Station by a free 'Air-Rail Link' system. The air-rail link takes two minutes to get to the station. You can also avail of taxis and bus service.

Taxi: The official Black taxi supplier to Birmingham Airport, transports passengers to the city centre in about 20 minutes. Just pick up one of the Black taxis from outside the main terminal. Expect to pay around £30-£40.

Bus: There are currently three National Express WM bus services that access the Airport and/or Birmingham International Station. Bus passengers can reach the Airport via two stops: directly onsite at the Airport Terminal, or at Birmingham International Interchange via the Air-Rail Link. Tickets can be purchased on the bus service, and cost £2.

Trains: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 takes two minutes to get to the station and operates between 03:30 and 00:30 hours daily. Between 00:30 and 02:00 hours, there is a courtesy bus in operation.

Do I need a Visa to visit Birmingham?

A visa is not required for either tourist or business stays. You'll need to comply with all government travel requirements. Please view specific documentation requirements on the U.S. Department of State's website. U.S. citizens don't require transit visas to connect through Ireland into Europe. For citizens of all other countries travelling from the U.S., requirements vary. It's your own personal responsibility to ensure you're in compliance with all relevant requirements, and you're advised to check with the Irish consulate for the correct information.

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