WARNING - Birmingham Airport Parking/NCP are ticketing vehicles on the Elmdon site

Birmingham Airport Parking/NCP are currently ticketing - £100 fine - any vehicles
in the Elmdon Multi Storey Car Park that are not displaying a valid ticket

This area is popular with both aviation enthusiasts and families just visiting the
airport "to watch the planes" and the twice daily visit of the Airbus A380

Beware that there is little signage - other than at the entrance/exit - to warn
visitors that you will be fined £100 if you do not display a valid ticket

Also be advised -

+ Half the payment machines in the car park are currently out of service
+ The payment machines that do work do not accept Credit Cards or Notes
+ The payment machines do not give change

If you this visit this car park come prepared as Birmingham Airport Parking
/NCP Staff have made it clear that no grace period is allow - and they are
not there to provide change or help with payments

Also be aware that that vehicles parked on the forecourt in the front the
Elmdon Multi Storey Car Park or Forward House will also be ticketed

Monday 30 July 2018

Monday 23 July 2018 - Emirates Airbus A380-861 A6-EDS operates their evening service from Dubai

Emirates Airbus A380-861 A6-EDS which is a three class/low seating density aircraft
operated their evening service from Dubai

Lufthansa CityLine Embraer 190LR D-AECA operated their morning service to Frankfurt....

….. departing off Runway 33
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Air India increase frequency of service to Amritsar from Birmingham with two flights every Saturday

Air India has increased the frequency of its non-stop service to Amritsar from twice weekly
to three times a week from Saturday 5 May 2018, just a few months after starting the route

The additional nonstop service - which increases Air India's services to Birmingham Airport
to 8 flights a week - is scheduled for Saturday evenings and is in addition to the non-stop
flight from Delhi resulting in two Air India Boeing 787 "dreamliners" on the ground at the
same time. The new Amritsar service now operates every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

Amritsar allows direct access to the major commercial and cultural centre in the heart of
the Punjab and it is home to the Golden Temple. Air India has been a successful partner
at Birmingham Airport for over four years after launching a Delhi flight in August 2013.
This service alone has already carried over 600,000 passengers since its launch

Air India Boeing 787-8 VT-ANX operated the non-stop service from Amritsar
Tom Screen, Acting Aviation Director at Birmingham Airport, said: "Amritsar was a new
route which Air India launched from Birmingham in February this year. It's great to see the
airline increase the frequency of flights within only the first few months of this route starting"

"No other UK airport currently operates a direct service to this destination and so we expected
it to be popular. With over 200,000 British-Indian people travelling to India each year to visit
friends and relatives, and for tourism and business interests, this additional flight shows the
large demand within the region for direct Amritsar services from the Midlands" 

Air India Boeing 787-8 VT-ANL had earlier arrived non-stop from Delhi 
Mr. Pankaj Srivastava, Commercial Director and Board Member of Air India, said: "Air India is
committed to serving the needs of Indian Diaspora settled worldwide and the long-standing
need for direct connectivity between Punjab and Birmingham"

"We are delighted to add one more frequency per week between Amritsar and Birmingham
from Saturday 5 May 2018 making it a three times a week operation. We are confident that
with the strong partnership with Birmingham Airport, we together will be able to grow traffic
flow from the Midlands to India"

The additional Amritsar flight will be operated by the new Boeing 787-8 'Dreamliner' aircraft.
The cabin comprises of 256 seats with 18 lie flat business class seats and 238 in economy class
Air India - summer schedule from Saturday 5 May 2018

1800/2130 AI113/114 788 from/to Amritsar via Delhi
- operates daily except Tuesday and Thursday
1815/1945 AI117/118 788 from/to Delhi via Amritsar
- operates on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  

Saturday 5 May 2018

VLM Airlines to resume flights to Antwerp from Birmingham Airport on Monday 12 February 2018

VLM Airlines will resume flights to Antwerp from Birmingham on Monday 12 February 2018
- they had previously served the route between Monday 5 October 2015 and Friday 4 March 2016

The route will be operated daily on weekdays using a 50 seat Fokker 50 with one-way fares are
starting from EUR 59 - all taxes included

Karl Rickard, CEO of VLM Airlines stated: "VLM Airlines is very happy to connect Antwerp with
Birmingham again. Antwerp is one of the largest seaports in Europe, the diamond capital of the
world, the second largest petrochemical centre in the world. This thriving city is also known for
its bold and diverse arts, fashion and culinary scene. A short ride takes you to other popular Belgian
cities including Bruges, Ghent and Brussels as well as to Dutch cities such as Rotterdam and Eindhoven"

William Pearson, Aviation Director, Birmingham Airport said: "It is fantastic news that Birmingham
will be reconnected with the Belgium city of Antwerp. This medieval city has something for everyone,
steeped in history but also named as the country's capital of cool.  It is also known as the world's
leading diamond city.  We are delighted that VLM Airlines will be operating this service"
VLM Airlines schedule from Monday 12 February 2018

1235/1305 VO163/164 F50 from/to Antwerp
- operates Monday to Friday 

Monday 15 January 2018

Tuesday 9 January 2018 - Pskovavia Antonov 26B RA-26101 was an early evening arrival from Pskov

Pskovavia Antonov 26B RA-26101 was an early evening arrival from Pskov via Malmo parking
on the Elmdon apron - it is due to depart on a charter at 1620 on Wednesday afternoon

Jet2 to lease SmartLynx Airbus A321 YL-LCV to be based at Birmingham Airport for Summer 2018

SmartLynx have announced that they will be leasing Airbus A321 YL-LCV
to Jet2 to be based at Birmingham Airport for the Summer 2018 season

The aircraft will be leased by Jet2 from 15 May 2018 until 31 October 2018
and will fly from BHX to holiday destinations including Fuerteventura, Ibiza,
Lanzarote, Larnaca, Mahon, Malaga, Palma, Rhodes and Tenerife

Airbus A321 YL-LCV has previously visited BHX when as SE-RDO with Novair
it spent some months with Monarch Aircraft Engineering in 2017 before being
registered F-WTDH and going into storage at Lourdes in southern France

The Airbus A321 will join 7 Boeing 737-800s as Jet2s Summer 2018 fleet at BHX

Friday 5 January 2018

Friday 5 January 2018 - Airbus A320-214 G-OZBX returns from Shannon in Ellinair colours

Airbus A320-214 G-OZBX was a late afternoon arrival now in full Ellinair colours after painting at Shannon....

.... the former Monarch Airlines aircraft which had left BHX back on Monday 18 December 2017 taxied to
the Monarch Aircraft Engineering hangar to undergo further work prior to delivery to Greece in due course

Monday 18 December 2017 - Airbus A320-214 G-OZBX departs to Shannon - last Monarch aircraft at BHX?

Airbus A320-214 G-OZBX was a late afternoon departure after attention by Monarch Aircraft Engineering....

.... departing to Shannon off Runway 33 - the last time an aircraft in Monarch colours will be seen at BHX?

Monday 11 December 2017 - Seeing double Emirates Airbus A380s as 4 visit after Sundays snowfall

Emirates Airbus A380-861 A6-EOY operated their lunchtime flight from Dubai landing as
A380-842 A6-EUY which had diverted to Manchester the previous day was still boarding

As no stand was available A380 A6-EOY then had to hold on Taxiway Alpha while a
number of following arrivals landed and then backtracked down Runway 33 to pass it

Emirates Airbus A380-842 A6-EUY was soon on its way albeit nearly 24 hours late....

.... departing to Dubai and causing its own snowstorm as it lifted off Runway 33

As a result of Sunday's diversions both of which went to Manchester and then returned
today/Monday a total of 4 Emirates Airbus A380s operated through Birmingham -
1030/1230 EK39D/8040 388 from Manchester/to Dubai A6-EUY
- return of flight diverted on Sunday - Emirates
1125/1330 EK039/040 388 from/to Dubai A6-EOY
- planned aircraft allocation - Emirates
1730/1930 EK37D/8038 388 from Manchester/to Dubai A6-EOX
- return of flight diverted on Sunday - Emirates
1845/2050 EK037/038 388 from/to Dubai A6-EDJ
- planned aircraft allocation - Emirates

Above are "planned times - the final flight did not depart until after 0200 Tuesday morning!



Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS EI-GDF operated their flight from Tenerife - its first visit to BHX

Icelandair Boeing 757-23N TF-FIC operated their flight from Reykjavik Keflavik going on
an extended airport tour on arrival due to a number stands still being blocked by snow

Jet2 Boeing 737-8K5 G-GDFX positioned in from Belfast to operate their flight to Krakow
as they brought in additional capacity to catch up after Sunday's snow related delays

Jet2 Boeing 737-86Q G-GDFY operated their flight to Tenerife

SAS Airbus A321-232 OY-KBE operated their morning service to Copenhagen
after their Sunday afternoon service was cancelled due to the snow

easyJet Airbus A320-214 G-EZWY operated their flight from Geneva
as they increased their schedule for the start of the ski season

easyJet Airbus A320-214 G-EZRD operated their mid-morning service to Belfast International

flybe Dash 8Q-402 G-FLBD taxy's to the terminal from the Monarch Aircraft Engineering hangar

Air Taxi Europe Cessna 406 Caravan II D-IFFF was an afternoon arrival
on the Elmdon apron - the Germans don't let a little snow stop them!!
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Sunday 10 December 2017 - Birmingham Airport is closed for much of the day after a heavy snowfall

Birmingham Airport was closed for much of the day after a heavy morning snowfall....

.... covered the runway with snow clearing teams working hard to reopen the airfield

A snowy view of the Elmdon site and the Monarch Aircraft Engineering hangar....
.... looking across the Elmdon apron towards the runway and the Airport Fire Station

As a result of the airport closure many flights were cancelled, delayed or diverted to other airports

Qatar Boeing 787-8 A7-BDD which had earlier diverted to Manchester....

.... returns to a still snow covered BHX
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Friday 8 December 2017 - LGW Dash 8Q-402 D-ABQB flying for Eurowings to Dusseldorf

LGW Dash 8Q-402 D-ABQB which has now been painted all white with Eurowings titles operated....

.... the delayed morning Eurowings service to Dusseldorf - note the de-icer fluid on the engines and tail

Helvetic Embraer 190LR HB-JVN operated the delayed morning Swiss service to Zurich

Lufthansa Regional Embraer 195LR D-AEME operated their morning service to Munich

Brussels Airlines Airbus A319-111 OO-SSX operated their morning service to Brussels

Jet2 Boeing 737-8MG G-JZHW was a morning departure to Lanzarote

Jet2 Boeing 737-8MG G-JZBC, which is in basic Jet2holidays colours without titles,
was an afternoon departure to Krakow

CityJet Avro RJ85 EI-RJO operated the lunchtime KLM service from Amsterdam

Arcus Air Dornier 228-212 D-CAAM spent the day parked on the Elmdon apron

Air Hamburg Citation CJ2 D-IGMW made a brief morning visit

Agusta A-109SP Grand New G-CHFD was an afternoon visitor
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