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What you need to know before flying from New Delhi to Birmingham?
New Udaan Bhavan, Opp. T3 IGI Airport, New Delhi – 110037, India
Getting to New Delhi airport
- Indira Gandhi airport is a large, world-class airport with two domestic terminals and one international terminal.
- The airport is 20 km south of the city centre on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway.
- Travellers have quite a few ways to get to the airport, from prepaid cabs, metered taxis or rickshaws, or by hopping on the Orange Line of the Delhi metro.
Travelling from Birmingham airport
- Birmingham airport is located about 13 km from the city centre and takes approximately 20 minutes for you to complete the journey.
- Travellers have multiple transportation options to get from the airport to the city. For car hires, go here.
- Birmingham Airport is directly connected to over 100 towns and cities via Birmingham International Station and the free 'Air-Rail Link' monorail system.
Facilities at New Delhi and Birmingham airports
- Travellers can avail of Indira Gandhi airport’s free Wi-Fi for 45 minutes. Currency exchange services, ATMs and banks are easily available for those who need it. There is a variety of dining options, from restaurants and bars, to cafes and more, at the airport. There is also plenty of comfortable seating options for travellers waiting to board their flight.
- Birmingham airport offers extensive duty free shopping; two lounges and multiple dining options open round the clock. It also offers two play areas for children that can be accessed for free. Currency exchange facilities are available at the airport as are business centre facilities for those who require it.
Tips on how to make the best out of your flight journey from New Delhi to Birmingham
Non-stop flying time from New Delhi to Birmingham is nine and a half hours. Flights with a stopover can be anything upwards of 12 hours. Birmingham has a highly developed service sector and its economy is the second largest in the UK. Kill time during your flight by reading up about the place and planning your trip, getting some rest and sleep and making the most of on-board services.
New Delhi is currently 4h 30min ahead of Birmingham, England.
Weather in Birmingham
The weather is the hottest in July with an average temperature of 17 degrees Celsius and the coldest is February at 3 degrees Celsius. The wettest month is January with an average of 70mm of rain.
Birmingham is part of the UK and one of the few nations that has retained its own currency over the Euro. You may use Pound notes in Birmingham. You can also use Scottish notes as legal tender in the city, but they may not always be acceptable in high value bills. Euros are accepted in a few high end places. 1 BP converts to approximately 82 INR. For the latest exchange rates, click here.
Cost of living in Birmingham
A taxi from the airport to the city will cost around GBP 20. A meal at an inexpensive restaurant will cost upwards of GBP 10, while fast food outlets are priced at approximately GBP 5.50 for a meal for one.
Mode of payments accepted in Birmingham
It is always ideal to have some cash on your person at all times. Visa and MasterCard are widely accepted. American Express and Diners Club may be accepted only in larger stores and hotels.
Best places for your first meal in Birmingham
For a sublime meal experience, stop by one of the city’s Michelin starred restaurants. Good wines and great coffee is also a highlight here. You will find that Indian food is high on the popularity charts and both pubs and fine dine outlets offer food that balances Indian and European palates to perfection. Explore the city, one section of gastronomic excellence at a time. Begin with City Centre and then spend some time on Broad Street, ending with Edgbaston and take home with you some great culinary memories.
Information and data provided on this page is correct as of October 28th, 2016.
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