- All drivers CRB checked
- Minimum fare £2.50
- Open 365 days a year
- Free text back service
- 37% cheaper than black cabs
Birmingham Airport Transfers
We specialise in taxis from Birmingham Airport – BHX to all areas and other airports including Gatwick Airport – LGW, Heathrow Airport – LHR, Luton Airport – LTN, Manchester Airport – MAN, Stansted Airport- STN and East Midlands Airport – EMA.
Please note the minmum price for an airport transfer is £18.00.
Choice of vehicles
We have a wide range of vehicles including executive vehicles, estate vehicles, wheel chair accessible vehicles and mini buses.
We have over fifty drivers serving the needs of the community. Whether it be a family embarking on a summer holiday, a business traveller or picking up executives from the airport you can trust Yellow Taxis to provide a professional and reliable service that will transport you safely, in comfort and, most importantly, on time every time.
We will do everything possible to make your journey run as smoothly as possible, to insure this, Walsall Airport Transfers only use drivers who have impeccable knowledge of at least 5 outlying areas and at least 5 years’ experience in the transport trade.
Every passenger is assigned a customer care manager who will do everything possible to insure that you enjoy a safe and reliable service. The customer care manager will email/phone you to confirm the booking.
We offer a free wake up call for all passengers travelling from the U.K, this gives you peace of mind that we have not forgot you and that we will be there on time.
For a small fee you can upgrade to our executive transfer service.
Birmingham Airport (IATA: BHX, ICAO: EGBB), formerly Birmingham International Airport is an airport located 5.5 NM (10.2 km; 6.3 mi) east southeast of Birmingham city centre, at Bickenhill in the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull within the West Midlands, England. The airport is a base for Flybe, Monarch, Ryanair, Thomas Cook Airlines and Thomson Airways.
Birmingham Airport is 5.5 NM (10.2 km; 6.3 mi) east-south-east of Birmingham city centre, in the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull. It is bordered by the National Exhibition Centre to the east, Marston Green to the north, Sheldon to the west, and the village of Bickenhill to the south.
It is primarily served by the A45 main road, and is near Junction 6 of the M42 motorway. It is connected by the elevated AirRail Link with Birmingham International railway station on the West Coast Main Line.
The airport's location south-east of the city, plus the only operational runway being north-west - south-east (15/33), means that depending on wind direction, aircraft land or take-off directly over Birmingham. The relatively short north-east - south-west runway (06/24) is not operational, and has been incorporated into the taxiway for aircraft departing the end of runway 33, or gaining access to runway 15.
January 2010: Birmingham International Airport announced they were to spend £13 million on merging Terminals 1 & 2 together. The merger is hoped to "improve passenger flows and operational efficiency, as well as creating a larger centralised passenger security search area, an enlarged meeting and greeting arrivals point, and an improved shopping and catering offer in both landside and airside areas."
The airport has published a master plan for its development up to 2030, called "Towards 2030: Planning a Sustainable Future for Air Transport in the Midlands".This sets out details of changes to the terminals, airfield layout and off-site infrastructure. As with all large scale plans, the proposals are controversial, with opposition from environmentalists and local residents. In particular the requirement for a second parallel runway based on projected demand was disputed by opponents.