Birmingham, England Jet Charters
Visit the birthplace of Cadbury chocolate, Balti curry and Black Sabbath
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Private Jet Charter Flights to/from Birmingham
While often overshadowed by London, Birmingham is a great place to visit if you’re heading to the West Midlands of England. The nightlife is top-notch, the restaurants are producing to quality cuisine and, perhaps best of all, it’s where Black Sabbath got its start. Oh, and be sure to load up on your favorite Cadbury chocolates, right from the factory. Read more about private jet charter flights in Birmingham
Birmingham jet charter information
Located in the West Midlands, Birmingham is the most populated British city outside London. It also ranks second behind the capitcal in driving the United Kingdom's overall economy. The city is home to major manufacturing industries, although tourism-centered businesses, specifically the service industry, are the biggest drivers of Birmingham's prosperity. Since the 17th century and the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution, Birmingham has often battled with London for economic superiority. Though very little of the city's early buildings stand today, much has been preserved from the 17th century onward. It's not unusual to see the tall gambrel roofs of a red brick Victorian building across the street from a steel-frame modernist building. Birmingham is also culturally significant from a musical standpoint. It produced legendary groups such as Black Sabbath, Judas Priest and Robert Plant (of Led Zeppelin) and Duran Duran.
Things to Do in Birmingham
Birmingham is notable for its excellent nightlife and restaurant scene. While traditional British pubs can be found in the Irish Quarter, you might also want to try more diverse locales in the Chinese Quarter or along Broad Street or Brindleyplace. Outside of London, Birmingham features the most Michelin-star restaurants in the UK, including:
- Carters of Moseley
- Le Champignon Sauvage
- The Cross, Kenilworth
Birmingham is also renowned for having invented the balti curry. There are plenty of curry houses where you can sample the delightfully spiced dish. Like any good party town, Birmingham is always looking for a reason to let loose, whether it be the formal religious ceremonies connected with St. George's Day, or the more relaxed atmosphere of the Caribbean-styled Carnival, which happens on odd numbered years. While Birmingham is totally landlocked, the city has an impressive number canals (more than Venice, in fact). There are also a number of lakes and reservoirs around the city that are great for a range of activities, including:
- Bird watching
Birmingham is also a major attraction for candy lovers from around the world. It is the headquarters of Cadbury, and home to Cadbury World, which offers a range of tours through the factory.
How to Book Charter Flights to Birmingham
Stratos Jet Charters offers elegant and convenient charter flights to Birmingham, England. With as little as six hours’ notice, a Stratos Jets air charter consultant can pair you or your party with the most appropriate aircraft for your international flight to Birmingham. Stratos Jets works with international operators of proven quality and integrity. These partners provide us with access to hundreds of highly maintained aircraft for private or group charter travel. Enjoy the luxury of Stratos Jets' inflight concierge service, providing you with gourmet cuisine and entertainment options. Our flight planning services can even handle your hotel bookings and ground transportation reservations. There's no need to stress over schedules, as your personal air charter consultant oversees your flight from takeoff to landing.
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Birmingham Jet Charter Airports
Birmingham Airport (EGBB) is the most convenient option for travelers arriving on charter flights to Birmingham. It is located about seven miles east of the city and takes about 20 minutes by car.