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Minicab Heathrow Airport to/from Birmingham – Reliable Airport Transfers

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 Heathrow to Birmingham*


4 passengers

2 suitcases

2 hand luggage


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4 passengers

3 suitcases

3 hand luggage


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5 passengers

4 suitcases

5 hand luggage


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6 suitcases

6 hand luggage


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*These fares are all inclusive of parking and waiting at the airport.  All fares are fixed, with no meters or surge pricing. Our fares for a private door to door minicab transfer from Heathrow to Birmingham start from as little as £184.

How long does it take to travel from Heathrow to Birmingham by minicab?

The time of day you choose to travel from Heathrow to Birmingham will naturally have a large impact on how long your journey will take.

  • Early morning – aprox 2 hours 15 minutes
  • Morning and evening rush hour – aprox 2 hours 40 minutes
  • Daytime – aprox 2 hours 15 minutes
  • Late evening – aprox 2 hours 15 minutes

When booking your transfer from Heathrow to Birmingham, please be sure to allow plenty of time for your trip, and consider, traffic conditions etc.

Meet and Greet

If you are arriving at London Heathrow Airport please meet your driver at the following designated pickup points:

  • Terminal 1      Airport Information Desk
  • Terminal 2      Outside WHSmith
  • Terminal 3      Outside WHSmith
  • Terminal 4      Outside Costa Coffee
  • Terminal 5      Outside Costa Coffee

Your driver will be holding a board displaying the Blackberry Cars logo and your name. For further details of our meet and greet service please see our Airport Pickup Guide. You can find more detailed information and floor plans about Heathrow Airport by visiting HeathrowAirport.com.

These are all fixed price fares with no hidden extras.

Visiting Birmingham

Whilst human activity in Birmingham can be traced as far back as 8000 BC, the area that is now Birmingham was first settled during the Bronze Age. In 1166 a market was introduced, establishing Birmingham as a local commercial centre, and within the next century Birmingham had become a prosperous market town. During the Industrial Revolution Birmingham experienced massive growth. Unusually, this was not due to the building of large-scale factories requiring numerous unskilled workers, but rather due to the establishment of 1000s of small-scale workshops. These workshops were owned and manned by highly specialised and inventive craftsmen, and during the Industrial Revolution the residents of Birmingham registered more patents than the residents of any other town or city in the UK. One of the major, innovative achievements was the invention of the Watt Steam Engine, which was built by James Watt.

Birmingham is now home to 5 Universities including the prestigious University of Birmingham. The University of Birmingham is a member of the Russell Group, and is ranked in the world “top-100” public research and teaching institutions. The combined student populations of the 5 universities make Birmingham the second largest centre for tertiary level learning in the UK.

Overseas visitors flock to Birmingham, and it is the 3rd most visited city in the UK by overseas visitors. One of its many attractions is the Bullring and Grand Central, previously known as the Bullring Shopping Centre. Bullring and Grand Central houses over 150 shops, including one of only 4 Selfridges stores in the world. There is a full range of shops to suit any pocket, ranging from brands such as Gucci and Jacquemus to River Island and JD Sports. Nearby Birmingham New Street and its many sideroads offer a range of independent boutiques for more adventurous shoppers.

No mention of Birmingham would be complete without highlighting the National Exhibition Centre (NEC). The NEC, which lies adjacent to Birmingham Airport, and handily close to the M42 and M6 was opened in 1976 by Queen Elizabeth II. The NEC hosts a range of shows and exhibitions throughout the year from the BBC Good Food Show to the UK Games Expo, and not forgetting, of course, Crufts dog show. For overnight visitors there are a number of hotels available at The Birmingham NEC, ranging from the Hilton Birmingham Metropole to The Premier Inn Birmingham NEC.

Travellers flying out from Birmingham Airport may prefer the Novotel Birmingham Airport or the Ibis Birmingham Airport. Birmingham City Centre has the usual large chain hotels including the Premier Inn Birmingham City Centre, which is conveniently close to Birmingham New Street Station.

Getting from Heathrow to Birmingham by minicab

A Blackberry Cars private minicab transfer offers the ideal option for travel from Heathrow to Birmingham.  The fare for a private transfer from Heathrow to Birmingham starts from only £184 and the journey time can be as little as 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Our fully licenced, professional drivers will make your door to door private transfer a pleasure.
These fares are all for fixed price Minicabs between Heathrow Airport and Birmingham.  The fares quoted are fully inclusive, there are no hidden extras and no credit card fees.

Other Journeys to/from Birmingham

Blackberry Cars can also offer reliable transportation between Birmingham, England and these popular destinations:

London – Birmingham

Gatwick Airport – Birmingham

Luton Airport – Birmingham

London City Airport – Birmingham

Stansted – Birmingham

If you’d like to chat with someone about your requirements, our knowledgeable Call Centre staff are here to help.

Your Questions Answered

What if my flight is delayed?

We continuously monitor all flights, and the pickup time for your private transfer will automatically be adjusted if your flight is delayed.

Do your fares include airport parking or is this extra?

All of our fares for pickups at Heathrow Airport include complementary parking and waiting for up to 1 hour. They also include meet and greet (your driver will meet you inside the arrivals hall holding a sign with your name on it).

How will I know when my driver is here?

As long as your phone can receive text messages you will receive a link shortly before your trip where you can track your driver.

Do you have cars large enough to accommodate groups of 8 people?

Yes, our MPV8 cars can comfortably carry 8 passengers plus up to 8 standard size (23kg) check-in suitcases and 8 hand luggage.

Do you have Executive options?

Yes, we offer both Executive Saloon Cars and Executive MPV6 cars for all airport transportation. The Executive Saloon would be a Mercedes E-class or equivalent vehicle, and the Executive MPV6 would be a Mercedes Viano.

Can I pick up a UK SIM card when I arrive in England?

Yes, there a various locations at Heathrow where you can pick a UK SIM card including in Baggage Reclaim and Arrivals.

Can I get a minicab from Heathrow Airport to a Birmingham hotel?

Yes, we offer a full door to door service. Your driver will meet you at Heathrow Airport and take you to a hotel or residential address in Birmingham of your choice.

How can I travel from Birmingham to Heathrow Airport?

When travelling from Birmingham to Heathrow Airport, you can choose to travel by coach, train or private car service (minicab).

What is the cheapest way to get from Heathrow Airport to Birmingham?

This would depend on how many of you are travelling. For solo travellers the cheapest way to travel from Heathrow to Birmingham is by coach. For larger groups a pre-booked private minicab transfer may work out to be the same fare or only marginally more expensive – it would, however, come with the added benefits of door to door service and that extra bit of peace of mind knowing that your driver will be waiting to meet you when you arrive.

Can I use public transport to travel from Birmingham to Heathrow Airport?

Public Transport is definitely an option for travelling from Birmingham to Heathrow Airport although whether you are travelling by train or by coach, you will need to make at least one change on the way. If you have a lot of luggage a private minicab transfer may be preferable.

How can I book a minicab from Heathrow Airport to Birmingham?

Reserving a car with Blackberry Cars is simple and straightforward. You can use our handy online form, or if you prefer to speak to someone you can contact us by phone, chat or email. Our knowledgeable call centre staff are always happy to help.

How far in advance should I book my transportation from Birmingham to Heathrow Airport?

We recommend booking your private car service from Birmingham to Heathrow Airport at least 24 hours in advance to ensure that we have a driver available. You can call us when you land at Heathrow Airport to book your transportation to Birmingham, but there will be a delay while we allocate a driver.

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If your booking is in the next 12 hours we recommend calling our office on 02072543344 to make sure we have a car available for you.