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Sunday 15 July 2018

England come home to Birmingham Airport after incredible World Cup 2018 tournament

England come home to Birmingham Airport after incredible World Cup 2018 tournament.  England's heroic World Cup 2018 squad have arrived back on home soil - touching down at Birmingham Airport as fourth place finishers in the nail-biting tournament. The Three Lions roared their way to their best campaign in 28 years.

Gareth Southgate's boys flew back into Birmingham, just a day after they were beaten 2-0 by Belgium in a play-off clash for third place.

Sunday 15 April 2018

747 at Birmingham Airport with 16 minutes capture of aircrafts

16+ minutes of Plane spotting at Birmingham airport Including an Emergency landing!-

By mylosairplanefan
Published on 14 Apr 2018

Plane spotting at Birmingham airport, including a 747, A380, lots of narrow bodies, and an emergency landing of a TUI 787. The footage was made on march 9th, my first plane spotting day at Birmingham airport. Many more compilations are coming soon, so stay tuned! :) More information and list of planes can be seen below.

0:00 Wamos air 747-400 EC-MQK taxi and take-off
2:22 TUI 787-8 G-TUIG emergency landing
4:12 Emirates A380 A6-EOJ taxi and take-off
6:08 Thomas Cook G-NIKO take-off
6:33 TUI 737-800 G-FDZS landing
7:05 Brussels airlines A319 OO-SSB take-off
7:33 FlyBe E-175 G-FBJH take-off
7:54 KLM E-190 PH-EZP landing
8:40 Aer Lingus A320 EI-DEG take-off
9:14 Ryanair 737-800 EI-DPX landing
9:48 FlyBe Dash 8 Q-400 G-PRPH take-off
10:15 FlyBe E-195 G-FBEL landing
10:50 FlyBe E-175 G-FBJC take-off
11:15 Ryanair 737-800 EI-DPC take-off
10:50 FlyBe Dash 8 Q-400 G-PRPC towed
12:03 Jet2 737-800 G-JZBC landing
12:37 FlyBe Dash 8 Q-400 G-FLBA take-off
12:58 FlyBe Dash 8 Q-400 G-PRPI landing
13:39 FlyBe Dash 8 Q-400 G-ECOB take-off
14:03 Ryanair 737-800 EI-FOK landing
14:34 Eurocopter EC135T2 G-POLD landing and take-off
15:15 SAS CRJ-900 EI-FPB take-off
15:38 FlyBe E-175 G-FBJC landing

Wednesday 4 April 2018

365 days ago Jet2 started flying from Birmingham Airport

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Sunday 10 December 2017

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Birmingham is an historic city and there are plenty of sites and places of interest that shouldn’t be missed by visitors. The sheer variety of interests and attractions in Birmingham means that there is sure to be something to suit everyone’s particular tastes.

The Artifex is a gallery that showcases some of the best pieces in contemporary art, glass and jewellery, as well as metal work and ceramics. The articles are chosen for the high quality of work and the innovative nature of the objects. Something that often confuses the visitor is that Birmingham is very widespread so not all attractions are in or even close to the city centre.

If you like visiting stately homes then there are a good number to pique your interest; Aston Hall is one of the great country homes of England and was built in 1680 by Sir Thomas Hoitte. Blakesly Hall is a great example of the Tudor and early Stuart country homes. Built in 1590 for a Birmingham gentleman farmer, the house reflects the lifestyle of wealthy families during the late sixteenth and very early seventeenth centuries. The building of Hadley Hall was commissioned by George, first lord of Lyttleton in 1756. This house is probably the last built example of the English Palladian mansion, with its rococo decorations and perfect proportions. You may be more interested in learning about the every day life of ordinary Birmingham folk in days gone by, than by how the aristocracy lived. If you have an interest in the people of the Black Country then a visit to the Black Country Museum and reconstructed village is a must. The museum was first established in 1976 and has some perfect examples of late Victorian and early twentieth century village life.

An increasing number of people have an abiding interest in Britain’s canals, and Birchill’s Canal Museum is largely about life on the Walsall canals, its well worth seeing, even if you’re not into longboats and canals. Nobody should leave Birmingham without a visit to the famous National Exhibition Centre or NEC. Now more than a quarter of a century old, the NEC is still the largest exhibition centre in Europe. If you are interested in the art of the pre-Raphaelite painters then you should visit the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery as it houses the largest collection of pre-Raphaelite art in the world.

If you’ve had enough culture for a while then the West Midlands Safari Park is a Birmingham attraction that everyone can enjoy and it makes for a great family day out. Chocolate lovers should make a beeline for Cadbury World, which is a purpose built visitor centre dedicated to the art of the chocolateer and the only such example in the whole of the UK.

This article has given a brief overview of just some of the Birmingham attractions that visitors might enjoy. There are plenty more sights and scenes that may attract visitors to England’s second city. Birmingham is a vibrant city and there are enough attractions to suit everyone’s taste.

Saturday 2 December 2017

RBH Creates New Brand Film for Birmingham Airport from RBH

RBH Creates New Brand Film for Birmingham Airport from RBH on Vimeo.

21st November 2016

RBH has created a new communications campaign to bring Birmingham Airport front of mind in the global aviation and tourism markets. The campaign positions the airport as central to its clients’ business needs.

Building on the airport’s existing Hello World brand proposition, the Centre of Your World campaign launched in September at the World Routes Global Forum 2016, hosted in Sichuan Province, China. The forum itself brought together over 3,000 delegates, 300 airlines, 700 airports and 130 tourist authorities.

Core to the campaign is a brand film showcasing the airport and its facilities, as well as the wider West Midlands region and its future potential. The film was created using footage overlaid with infographic animations to communicate the breadth of information in an impactful manner, and resonate with a global audience.

In addition to the brand film, the Centre of Your World campaign made use of a number of channels to maximise engagement for the event, including trade press, brochures, online advertising, exhibition panels, DM and delegate promotions (in both English and Mandarin).

Justine Howl, Head of Communications for Birmingham Airport said,
“We’re delighted by the response at World Routes to our Centre of Your World campaign. It had real stand-out among the many international airports exhibiting at the event. The new brand film, in particular, helped to deliver several key messages while driving Birmingham Airport’s central role in bringing business and tourism into the city, globally as well as domestically.”