Birmingham Airport Parking

Location
Vehicle Drop-Off Date
Vehicle Pick-Up Date

Best Price (7 Days)

$80.95

Features

  • Conveniently located
  • Great value airport parking
  • Safe and secure spaces
  • No reservation fees

About Birmingham Airport Parking

Are you driving to BirminghamAairport sometime soon? Have you arranged a parking space for your car yet? Well if you haven’t – you’ve come to the right place! Here on the ParkVia website you’ll find all the car parking for Birmingham Airport that you’ll need. Making a booking is fast and simple and takes just a few minutes of your time. So why not get your trip off to the best possible start and pre-book airport parking through the ParkVia website today.

The open air parking lot close to Birmingham Airport operates a valet service which simply means you can drop off your vehicle at the parking lot entrance, jump in the shuttle bus and make your way to the airport terminal.

To book a parking space just a short distance away from Birmingham Airport, look no further than the ParkVia website.

How do I book my Birmingham Airport parking?

You can find the parking you want in no time at all when you use the ParkVia website. All you have to do is insert dates and times for when you want to leave and pick up your vehicle and then hit the ‘Search’ button. After that just make your choice and then fill out the information requested in the booking form that follows. Now your booking is complete! Next just wait for your text and email booking confirmation which will contain all the information you need for your trip.

For more information on how to make a booking please visit our ‘How to book’ page.

Birmingham Airport information

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Birmingham Airport

Birmingham–Shuttlesworth International Airport, formerly known as Birmingham Municipal Airport and later Birmingham International Airport, is a joint civil-military airport serving Birmingham, Alabama.

The airport averages 301 aircraft operations a day, including 136 flights to 43 airports in 40 cities. The airport opened on May 31, 1931 with a two-story, white, Georgian style terminal and a single east-west runway. Birmingham Air National Guard Base are also located at the airport.