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Birmingham International Airport


Alabama, one of the prime states of U.S.A, is situated in the southern part of the country. Birmingham, which happens to be the administrative seat of Jefferson County, is indisputably the largest city of the state of Alabama. Birmingham is visited by several men and women from different parts of the globe for various reasons. Naturally, there are number of Flights to Birmingham and Birmingham International Airport, being the largest airport in Alabama and the only one in Birmingham is witness to a number of people moving in and out of the city.

Located at 4.5 miles away from the central commercial hub of Birmingham, Birmingham International Airport is rated in the top seventy five airfields of the country. Passengers in the areas of Greater Birmingham and South Eastern cities are mostly served by this airport. At this airport BHM, KBHM and BHM are the IATA, ICAO and FAA LID codes respectively.

Presently Birmingham International Airport is home to one terminal and it has two concourses, B and C.

Concourse B serves the following airlines:
  • American Eagle
  • Continental Express
  • Northwest Airlink
  • US Airways Express
Concourse C serves the following airlines:
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Express Jet Airlines
  • Southwest Airlines
  • United Express
The 240 airlines based in this airport are divided as follows:

  • Jet Airplanes - 69
  • Multi engine Airlines - 46
  • Single engine airlines - 90
  • Military Aircraft - 28
  • Helicopters - 8
The following services are catered at Birmingham Airport:
  • Airframe repair service
  • Powerplant repair service
  • Bulk oxygen (High/Low)
  • Fuel available (Grate 100LL, Jet A)
  • Car Parking
  • Parking (tiedowns, hangars)
  • Luggage carts
  • Information desk
  • Medical Assistance
  • ATM banking
  • The city of Birmingham in Alabama State of U.S.A derived its name from the English city by a similar name. It was founded after the Civil War of the U.S in the year 1871. The numerous mountains, theme parks, museums, etc are the major tourist attractions of the place. Located in the Jones Valley it is flanked by the scenic mountains like the Red Mountain, the Ruffner Mountain, the Appalachians and the small Sand Mountain. The cultural centres and art museums here are very enlightening.

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