Birmingham International Airport (BHM) Guide
Directions & Transportation
- Limousine and shuttle must be pre-booked. Yellow cabs leave from outside the Terminal by baggage claim.
- Limousine and shuttle must be pre-booked
- Taxi, shuttle, bus, limousines and car
- Airport Info:
- Tourist and flight information is located on ground level next to baggage claim.
- Baggage claim can be found on the ground level.
- Two ATMs can be found on the upper level.
- Eating & Drinking:
- Shopping includes W H Smith and a gift shop.
- Places to eat in the airport are, McDonald's, Charley's Steakery, Pizza Hut Express, TCBY/ Mrs.Field's Cookies, Wall Street Deli/TCBY and the famous Rotunda Snack Bar
- Business Facilities:
- The Business Centre is situated on the upper level and includes - 3 work stations with modem hook-up, Overnight package drop (UPS & Fedex), Bill changer, Coin-operated & credit card pay telephones, Coin-operated copy machine, Coin-operated stamp machine,Courier service, Notary Public on premises, Secretarial services, Travel Insurance.
- Disabled Facilities:
- Lifts to upper level and toilets. Any special assistance can be requested on booking.
- Airlines Served:
- American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection/Comair, Northwest Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Express, US Airways.
- Airport Taxes:
- Departure tax is usually included in your ticket price, inquire on booking.
- Activities near the Airport:
- The Southern Museum of Flight - Is located at 4343 73rd St North, just 2 blocks east of the airport and is a fascinating look at the history of flight housing many top class exhibits. Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame - Located in the historic Carver Theater, the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame contains numerous exhibits on Alabamians such as Erskine Hawkins and Sun Ra who have made international contributions to the world of jazz. The museum is in the Civil Rights District at 1631 4th Avenue north. Admission is free. Bessemer - Just west of Birmingham lies this nice little town named after an Englishman who perfected the steel making process. Look out for the Hall of History Museum at 1905 Alabama Ave which tells the story of old Alabama.