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Birmingham Airport expansion goes ahead
 
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This piece first broadcast on 19 May 2011.. On UK's regional television ITV1 Central... Programme (Program) -- Central Tonight
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Birmingham Airport Second Runway
 
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Birmingham Airport, together with a coalition of business leaders have unveiled a vision that would enable the Airport to grow in line with future demand, boosting global connectivity and creating over a quarter of a million new jobs in the Midlands, helping to rebalance the UK economy. This vision supports growth of up to 70 million passengers each year and up to 500,000 air transport movements from an expanded facility. The Airport's vision supports the development of a business park for the Midland's manufacturing sector alongside the expanded site, and one of Europe's biggest conference centres at the NEC, all based at the cross-roads of Britain's road and rail system. A map describing the lay-out of the area for potential future growth can be found by visiting www.balancedaviationdebate.com or clicking here.
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Birmingham Airport 2nd Runway in Long Term Plans
 
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Birmingham Airport Welcomes the Airports Commission's Recognition of its Role in the UK's Long-Term Aviation Strategy 17 December 2013 The Davies Commission report has welcomed Birmingham Airport's long-term vision and affirmed the importance of the Airport in the UK's long-term aviation strategy. The Davies Commission made key points that will support the future growth of the Airport:- • Potential building for a second-runway as a long-term option. • Rejection of a dominant hub-airport model as the only answer for Britain's aviation needs. • Making the most of Birmingham's capacity in the medium-term. • The impact of HS2 on the airport's future development. Commenting on the report Paul Kehoe, CEO of Birmingham Airport, said: "Our hard work has paid off. Birmingham Airport has today been recognised as an integral piece of the long-term aviation puzzle, supporting the growth of aviation links across the UK, which is a positive step forward for the Midlands economy. "And whatever the long-term solution, the Commission has also recognised that Birmingham Airport can grow immediately and we will work with the Government on the policy recommendations set out in this report in order to deliver this. "We will continue to work alongside our stakeholders to ensure Birmingham Airport delivers for local businesses, passengers and the economy." However, concerns remain that the report does not address the whole British economy. "Despite the stated remit of the Commission to take a "UK wide perspective", the Interim Report focuses disproportionately on the South East further entrenching the dominance of the South East economy to the detriment of the growth of the rest of the UK." http://www.birminghamairport.co.uk/meta/news/2013/12/bhx-welcomes-airport-commission-interim-report.aspx
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Birmingham Airport Developments
 
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Following the announcement of a multi-million pound package of developments at Birmingham Airport, CEO Paul Kehoe explains what it will mean for the future of the Airport.
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Birmingham Airport looking 100 years into future with £7bn airport plans
 
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Birmingham Airport will tell the government today that it could build a second runway and handle 70 million passengers a year. The airport, which is extending its current runway, now has nine million passengers a year. The Airports Commission will decide by December if Birmingham's proposal will go on a shortlist for further consideration, along with expansions of Heathrow or a new London airport. http://www.balancedaviationdebate.com/pdf/Birmingham-Airport-public-hr.pdf
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Birmingham's £500m Smithfield city development plans unveiled
 
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An ambitious £500m plan to regenerate the market quarter of Birmingham has been unveiled today. It would mean moving the wholesale market to make way for homes, a major new shopping area and a tram line. 11 March 2014
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Birmingham Airport - Business Birmingham case study
 
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Paul Kehoe, Birmingham Airport's Chief Executive Officer, talked to Business Birmingham about how the airport is already the "best located and best connected" airport within the United Kingdom, and how exciting expansion plans will further enhance this worldwide reputation. A £65 million extension of the airport's current runway will take passenger jets an extra 2,000 miles to essential markets in China, India and Brazil. By 2014, Birmingham Airport will offer direct flights to destinations in the Far East and South America. This expansion, along with new high-speed rail links to London, is set to double the airport's capacity to 36 million passengers a year. http://businessbirmingham.com
Birmingham Development Site: 55 Holloway Head
 
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A high-profile branding, website and video production project for key Birmingham development site, 55 Holloway Head. This video forms the centrepiece for the accompanying website - fifty5hollowayhead.co.uk – and contains drone footage as well as visuals. The brief was to devise an imaginative and innovative way to catch a global market with the new property development opportunity, highlighting the development potential of 55 Holloway Head, currently occupied by Lee Bank business centre. The site is perfectly located close to The Mailbox, with New Street Station and Arena Central just around the corner. Using drones to capture the site from all angles, GBW created a showcase video and a tailored website, completely rebranding the opportunity in the process. We delivered on the brief by working across all four GBW departments (digital, creative, PR and a specialist Property PR team). See more of our Property PR work here: http://gbwpropertypr.co.uk/ Or our other agency work here: http://www.gough.co.uk/our-work/ Keep up to date with our latest projects: http://www.gough.co.uk/news/ Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/GoughBW Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/gough-bailey-wright
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£600M masterplan to transform Birmingham's business district has been unveiled.
 
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£600M masterplan to transform Birmingham's business district has been unveiled. A £600 million masterplan to transform Birmingham's business district and win further investment from global business, professional and financial services (BPFS) firms has been unveiled today (04/02). The Snow Hill Masterplan, which covers Snow Hill and Colmore areas of the city, aims to replicate the success of Canary Wharf, laying down the gauntlet to the likes of London, Frankfurt and Zurich as it seeks to attract firms to join growing investors such as DTZ, Deutsche Bank, RBS and Hogan Lovells. The plan was launched by Birmingham City Council and Colmore Business District (CBD). It provides a framework to create 10,000 new jobs, generate over 200,000 sq m of new office space, and boost the local economy by over £600 million each year. The plan also outlines the improvement of transport links such as the redevelopment of Snow Hill station – the main connection between the business district and London – which will include new commercial buildings replacing its multi-storey car park. The plan aims to encourage London-based firms to expand in Birmingham, as Deutsche Bank did last year. Birmingham's Business, Professional and Financial Services (BPFS) sector is the largest in the UK outside London, is critical to the city’s economic future. Across the wider region this generates £15 billion annually, with more than 21,000 companies employing some 220,000 people. The city has also become a more desirable place to live in the past decade – another factor behind its burgeoning appeal as a business destination. Some 5,500 Londoners in their thirties left the capital last year to move to Birmingham – the most of any regional city. The Snow Hill Masterplan adds 4,000 residential units to the area, catering for young professionals looking to move into the city for the career opportunities it offers. A six week period of public consultation on the Snow Hill Masterplan will run from 9th February 2015 until 23rd March 2015. The masterplan can be downloaded here BBC Midlands Today's Giles Latcham reports. (Video: BBC Midlands Today/Giles Latcham)
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Official opening of Birmingham Airport's new terminal
 
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The Rt. Hon. Philip Hammond MP,Secretary of State for Transport officially opens Birmingham Airport's new 'One Terminal'.
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Birmingham's Renaissance
 
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Biggest regeneration in Birmingham in a decade thanks to city centre building boom says Deloitte. Birmingham city centre is expanding. Throughout last year we’ve seen a record number of cranes on the skyline and developers are busy forging ahead with new schemes in every sector. Financial and professional service firms are growing and with mounting activity around HS2 the city centre is stretching upwards and outwards to meet demand. The key findings show: 1.45m sq ft of office space under construction, a 50% increase on the previous year 7 new office starts totalling 778,612 sq ft the highest number in our survey history Surge in residential development with more than 2,300 units being delivered over the next three years 1166 student bed spaces under construction up 40% on the previous year 508 hotel beds under construction 7 completed schemes since our last survey 31st January 2017
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Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport
 
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Chinese plan HS2 link for disused Victorian rail; The Whitacre Link
 
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Chinese plan HS2 link for disused Victorian rail line 9 January 2014 The planned railway would link to HS2 and Birmingham Airport. A Chinese state-owned business has approached Birmingham City Council about reopening an old railway line. Under the plans, the Stonebridge Railway in Warwickshire would link to the HS2 Birmingham Interchange station, with connections to Birmingham Airport. The council confirmed it had received a letter from the China Railway Group interested in designing, constructing and financing the project. Transport group Centro called the plans "interesting". 'Long-term investments' Under the plans, the 11.7 kilometres (7.3 miles) link would run from Hampton-in-Arden, near Solihull to Whitacre Junction, in North Warwickshire, with links to Birmingham International Station and the National Exhibition Centre. Continue reading the main story What was the Stonebridge Railway? The Stonebridge Railway was opened in 1839 It ran from Whitacre, in Warwickshire, to Hampton-in-Arden The line closed in the 1930s Rail experts believe it would cost an estimated £240 million to restore the line, or £280 million with full electrification. Birmingham City Council said the China Railway Group, the main construction company for China's railways, had sent it a letter in December, expressing its interest in backing the scheme. The letter said: "We write to express our formal interest in making long-term investments in the region, including the development and enhancement of Birmingham Airport, and in the development of the railways of the region to connect with the proposed HS2 High Speed line." Transport Minister Stephen Hammond has said he will look at the proposals. Geoff Inskip, Centro chief executive, said: "This is an interesting proposal and more work is needed to understand exactly how it could improve access to HS2 and Birmingham Airport and deliver improved, direct journeys to and from the West Midlands.." A Birmingham City Council spokesperson confirmed they had been contacted by the railway group and said: "We are always keen to hear of any proposals that could improve connectivity and transport infrastructure in the city." A Department for Transport spokesman said: "We would be interested in seeing a detailed business case to support this scheme." http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-25664983
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Birmingham International Airport - a vision for 2030
 
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Made for Birmingham International Airport to promote the need for a second runway and extension to the existing runway. Used to show public and local industry the benefits of the scheme and how its development would impact on the local areas. Graphics provided by BHX, on site filming over two days.
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A quick visit to Birmingham Airport | 13/02/18
 
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Not a very long video at all as we were only here for around 15 minutes on Tuesday 13th February 2018, it was raining and very cold, so we will come back here in the summer when it is warm, however we got out target which was to catch the Emirates A380 taking off. Birmingham Airport info: Birmingham Airport (IATA: BHX, ICAO: EGBB), formerly Birmingham International Airport and before that, Elmdon Airport is an international airport located 5.5 nautical miles (10.2 km; 6.3 mi) east southeast of Birmingham city centre, at Bickenhill in Solihull, England. It has a CAA Public Use Aerodrome Licence (Number P451) that allows flights for the public transport of passengers or for flying instruction. Passenger throughput in 2016 was over 11.6 million, making Birmingham the seventh busiest UK airport. The airport offers both domestic flights within the UK and international flights to destinations in Europe, the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent, North America and the Caribbean. Birmingham Airport is an operating base for BMI Regional, Flybe, Jet2.com, Ryanair, Thomas Cook Airlines and TUI Airways. From May 2018 the airport will become a new long haul base for Primera Air. Location: Birmingham Airport is 5.5 NM (10.2 km; 6.3 mi) east-south-east of Birmingham city centre, in the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull. It is bordered by the National Exhibition Centre to the east, Marston Green to the north, Sheldon to the west, the village of Bickenhill to the south, and the village of Elmdon to the south west. It is primarily served by the A45 main road, and is near Junction 6 of the M42 motorway. It is connected by the elevated AirRail Link with Birmingham International railway station on the West Coast Main Line. The airport's location south-east of the city, plus the only operational runway being north-west – south-east (15/33), means that depending on wind direction, aircraft land or take-off directly over Birmingham. The relatively short north-east – south-west runway (06/24) is not operational, and has been incorporated into the taxiway for aircraft departing the end of runway 33, or gaining access to runway 15. History: 1920-1939 In 1928, the Birmingham City Council decided that the city required a municipal airport.[citation needed] Plans were submitted in 1933, identifying Elmdon as the site for the airport, delayed by the Great Depression. On 8 July 1939 the Duchess of Kent, Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark opened Elmdon Airport.[6] The airport was owned and operated by Birmingham City Council. Initial services flew to Croydon, Glasgow, Liverpool, Ryde, Shoreham, Manchester and Southampton. World War II During World War II the airport was requisitioned by the Air Ministry and was used by the RAF and the Royal Navy as RAF Elmdon, an Elementary Flying School and a base for the Fleet Air Arm. During this time, the original grass strip was replaced by two hard runways: 06/24 at 2,469 feet (753 m) and 15/33 at 4,170 feet (1,271 m). Avro Lancaster and Stirling bombers manufactured at the Austin Aero Company's shadow factory at Cofton Hackett could not take off from the short runways at Longbridge. Instead they were transported by road, minus the wings that would be attached at Elmdon. They were test flown from the aerodrome, and once declared airworthy they were flown to their operational units. On 8 July 1948, the aerodrome returned to civilian use, though still under government control. 1950-2000 During the post-war years, public events, such as air fairs and air races were held on the site. In 1961, an additional terminal building to handle international traffic was opened, called The International Building. The main runway was extended to 7,400 feet (1.4 miles) to allow jet operations, including introducing VC-10 services to New York in 1967. 1984 saw the opening of the Maglev rail link train between the airport terminal and nearby railway station. The Maglev rail link was shut down in 1995 after 11 years, following a string of breakdowns. The Government limited public sector borrowing applied in 1993. This meant that the airport could only expand by using private sector finance. 51% of the local council shares were sold to restructure the airport into a private sector company, enabling a £260 million restructuring programme to begin in 1997. 2001-2009 On 20 October 2003, the Concorde made her final visit to Birmingham Airport on as part of her farewell tour. In June 2006, a new turnoff from the main runway was completed and saw an improvement in traffic rates on southerly operations, where the only available option for landing traffic had been to travel to the end of the runway to exit. The airport published a master plan for its development up to 2030 in November 2007, called "Towards 2030: Planning a Sustainable Future for Air Transport in the Midlands". This sets out details of changes to the terminals, airfield layout and off-site infrastructure.
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Birmingham has launched a £500 million plan.
 
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Birmingham has launched a £500 million plan to create a brand new place for the city. Totalling 14 ha, the site is one of the largest and most attractive city centre development opportunities in the country. Located in the heart of the city centre, Birmingham Smithfield will become a unique and vibrant place for people to meet, live and shop. The offer will include fantastic new retail markets, leisure uses, cafes, independent shops, restaurants and hotels, space and buildings for cultural events and activities and exciting modern living. This will all be set within an innovative and exemplar sustainable environment. Mark Rogers, Chief Executive at Birmingham City Council, added: “The opportunity to create a brand new place at the heart of the city is unique. Birmingham Smithfield will have a transformational impact that capitalises on the area’s unique heritage and focus for markets. Business Secretary Sajid Javid said: “The Midlands is a region on the rise with a unique offer to investors. “Foreign investment in the Midlands has more than doubled since 2011 and by embracing opportunities such as the MIPIM trade fair, we will capitalise on the Midlands’ natural strengths and make it an engine for growth.” 17 March 2016
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Driving to birmingham city centre from airport.
 
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Next base dash cam on the road videos..
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New Monarch (MAEL) hangar at Birmingham Airport
 
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Another big event for BHX and the area as Monarch Aircraft Engineering bring their new aircraft maintenance facility into operation. It can handle the Boeing giants 747, 777 and 787, and at any one time can deal with two 777-300 or ten narrow-body planes. This video shows the hangar construction in snapshot-videos taken every week or two between March and October this year, with some close-ups near the end. Full details of the development are at www.monarchaircraftengineering.com
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Birmingham Airport Bus to City Centre
 
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Birmingham 2012 01 27, England: Bus 900: airport - city centre. Birmingham 2012 01 27, Anglia: Autobus 900: lotnisko - centrum miasta.
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Coventry Airport Expansion Plan
 
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My Idea for an Expansion for Coventry Airport.
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Birmingham International Airport
 
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Birmingham Airport allowed 36 Million PPA in Airports Commission Interim report
 
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Birmingham Airport Welcomes the Airports Commission's Recognition of its Role in the UK's Long-Term Aviation Strategy 17 December 2013 The Davies Commission report has welcomed Birmingham Airport's long-term vision and affirmed the importance of the Airport in the UK's long-term aviation strategy. The Davies Commission made key points that will support the future growth of the Airport:- • Potential building for a second-runway as a long-term option. • Rejection of a dominant hub-airport model as the only answer for Britain's aviation needs. • Making the most of Birmingham's capacity in the medium-term. • The impact of HS2 on the airport's future development. Commenting on the report Paul Kehoe, CEO of Birmingham Airport, said: "Our hard work has paid off. Birmingham Airport has today been recognised as an integral piece of the long-term aviation puzzle, supporting the growth of aviation links across the UK, which is a positive step forward for the Midlands economy. "And whatever the long-term solution, the Commission has also recognised that Birmingham Airport can grow immediately and we will work with the Government on the policy recommendations set out in this report in order to deliver this. "We will continue to work alongside our stakeholders to ensure Birmingham Airport delivers for local businesses, passengers and the economy." However, concerns remain that the report does not address the whole British economy. "Despite the stated remit of the Commission to take a "UK wide perspective", the Interim Report focuses disproportionately on the South East further entrenching the dominance of the South East economy to the detriment of the growth of the rest of the UK." http://www.birminghamairport.co.uk/meta/news/2013/12/bhx-welcomes-airport-commission-interim-report.aspx
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Prime Minister David Cameron Visits Birmingham Airport
 
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Prime Minister Welcomes The Announcement of 8000 Jobs at Birmingham Airport David Cameron has welcomed the announcement that 8,000 jobs will be created in the Midlands as Birmingham Airport expands to cope with increased demand from around the globe. On a visit to the airport, which is just weeks away from having its runway extended, the Prime Minister heard that 4,000 jobs would be created at the Airport and a further 4,000 across the supply chain by 2020. Prime Minister David Cameron said: "The announcement of 8,000 jobs from Birmingham Airport is more great news in a week where we are cutting tax for 26million hard-working people and taking over 3million people out of income tax altogether. These are two significant announcements which will help give people financial security for the future." The Prime Minister welcomed the news after witnessing the final lights being fitted on the runway extension by engineering apprentices, who have gained full-time employment as a direct result of the infrastructure project. As a sign of confidence in the expanded airport, last month saw an announcement that flights between Beijing and Birmingham, operated by China Southern Airlines, will begin this summer. They will be the first direct charter flights from China to Britain and the first ever direct flights from China to a British airport outside of London. Paul Kehoe, Birmingham Airport's CEO, added: "Receiving this endorsement from the Prime Minister as our runway extension nears completion is fantastic for everyone involved in the project. Birmingham is recognised as an airport that is delivering real growth and supporting thousands of new jobs. "The main driver for this growth is the runway extension. By 2020, based on today's demand, Birmingham Airport is forecast to handle 15 million passengers a year, an increase of six million. This passenger growth will generate an additional 4,000 jobs on-site and a further 4,000 in the immediate supply chain." During the visit, Mr Cameron also met with local business leaders from across the region, who welcome greater connectivity from their local airport. The longer runway will allow aircraft to fly to destinations further away and support more direct long-haul flights to emerging economies currently out of reach, such as Brazil and China, as well as tourist hotspots like the West Coast of the USA. The runway expansion is just one part of a long-term investment programme, worth over £300 million at the airport. The earlier stages have already delivered a new combined terminal, a new maintenance hangar for larger aircraft and a state-of-the-art air traffic control tower. The airport development has been funded through private sector investment, and will support the airport's long term ambition of quadrupling the annual number of passengers to 36 million. 03 April 2014 Prime Minister Visit Left to right: Birmingham Airport CEO Paul Kehoe, Prime Minister David Cameron, Economic Secretary to the Treasury Nicky Morgan MP and Caroline Spelman MP for Meriden inspecting Birmingham Airport's runway extension. Background shows engineering apprentices fitting the final lights on the runway extension.
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FSX PMDG 737-800 Landing in Birmingham EGBB
 
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First time back in the cockpit for a while FSX PMDG 737-800 Landing in Birmingham EGBB some small problems but all ends well
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Birmingham Airport Reacts to Cold Snap
 
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With the UK being gripped by severe wintery conditions the team at Birmingham Airport have been working around the clock to ensure the Airport is prepared as possible for any further bad weather.
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Birmingham Airport International Pier Official Opening
 
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To mark the completion of Birmingham Airport's £50m International Pier, HRH The Duke of Kent unveiled a commemorative plaque and was given a photograph of his Mother, Princess Marina Duchess of Kent, who opened the Airports original terminal, Elmdon, back in 1939.
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Birmingham Airport Community and Environment Report - Part Eight
 
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Part eight of our latest Community and Environment Report.
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World's Alternative Airport is Birmingham Airport [Third Runway Built]
 
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The Airport welcomes the new thinking outlined in the Queen's Speech today. Scrapping proposals for new developments in the South East, together with a desire to utilise existing and underused assets, will mean a more equitable solution for the Country as a whole, and more jobs and prosperity in the regions. Birmingham Airport is a Strategic National Asset. There is spare capacity at Birmingham - enough capacity to take another 9 million passengers immediately -- and an anticipated 21 million plus passengers in future years, as capability is enhanced in line with existing Planning Consents. Furthermore, Euston is only 70 minutes from Birmingham Airport and Virgin Trains has expressed a desire to reduce this to 59 minutes. With HS2 in place this becomes 38 minutes. Even now the majority of Londoners could probably get to Birmingham as quickly as they could reach Heathrow's check-in desks. It just needs people to think about their journey in a new way, and not to be bound by old habits. Using spare capacity by adding to Birmingham's wider portfolio will help to create jobs and generate inward investment, on top of the 21,000 regional jobs that are expected to be created up to 2030. Around 50% of the UK population is less than a two-hour drive from Birmingham. High Speed Rail will be the equivalent of placing Birmingham in 'Zone 4' of the Underground Map. Birmingham Airport has an excellent environmental record and one of the most stringent night flying regimes - there are binding agreements in place to protect the interests of local people. However, within those binding agreements there is still tremendous opportunity. The Airport is running at less than 40% capacity. Making best use of the UK's strategic resources can only be in everyone's interests. John Morris, Birmingham Airport's Head of Government and Industry Affairs, said, "We welcome the Government's new thinking, as outlined in the Queen's Speech. In these difficult times it makes sense to use and sensibly improve the assets that you have got, rather than building whole new runways. Aviation has its part to play in an integrated transport system, and rail must play a part in distributing the demand for International Gateways, to Airports that have capacity. Birmingham is a prime example as it is just over an hour from London. "Birmingham Airport is a vital yet underused piece of National strategic infrastructure. It is already the Midlands' premier International Gateway." In addition to this important role, the prospect of HS2 from Central London to BIA will make journey times comparable with Gatwick and Heathrow, and shorter than Stansted and Luton. John continued: "We have plenty of capacity and, linked to high-speed rail, we are uniquely positioned to attract passengers from the overheated South East. I hope that the Government's new thinking will encourage others to take a fresh look at their travel habits -- and see that there are some easier alternatives to the 'received wisdom' of Heathrow. "Birmingham is famous for Chocolate, Cars, Canals, Culture -- and lots more. Positioned at the heart of the country we are perfectly placed for those visitors from abroad who want to experience all that the region, and further afield, has to offer. Birmingham's reputation continues to rise and is truly a destination which provides the perfect port of entry for foreign visitors as well as UK Nationals travelling overseas. "Birmingham is also famous for its innovation. By taking up some of the demand we will create jobs, help to rebuild the local economy, and encourage a new way of looking at problems. We look forward to a continuing an innovative dialogue with Government. Birmingham has always been keen to distance itself from the 'Heathrow doctrine -- that it must continue to grow -- and we have said that Heathrow needs to be better not bigger. Now we are keen to be in the forefront of a new way of thinking, and new approach towards using our regional Airports, which are Strategic National Assets." Terminal 5, 3rd third runway
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Ryanair take off from Birmingham Airport - Boeing 737
 
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Ryanair take off from Birmingham Airport - Boeing 737
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Birmingham Airport Community and Environment Report - Part One
 
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Birmingham Airport's latest Community and Environment Report has gone digital for the first time. The report will be uploaded section-by-section and in part one we look at Community Investment and Involvement here at the Airport. www.birminghamairport.co.uk
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Midlands’ 20 Year Transport Plan Approved
 
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Transport chiefs today (Thursday December 17) approved a long-term strategic transport plan to help the West Midlands unlock its full economic potential. Movement for Growth, which follows a three month public consultation by the West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority (ITA), sets out the region’s transport strategy for the next 20 years. It includes a fully integrated train, bus and rapid transit system, strategic road and rail improvements and a comprehensive cycle network, all underpinned by smart technology including ticketless travel and real time information. Cllr Roger Lawrence, chair of the ITA, said: “I would like to thank those individuals, businesses and organisations who provided such valuable feedback during the consultation. “Their views have helped shape a clear and agreed strategy for the West Midlands – one that will give us the transport system we need for sustained economic growth, new jobs and clean air. “Movement for Growth will be the transport strategy for the forthcoming West Midlands Combined Authority and the region will be speaking with one voice in support of it. We have a clear path to follow so now is the time to move forward and deliver these schemes.” Cllr Lawrence said a key aim of the plan was to help the West Midlands unlock the full economic potential of the HS2 high speed rail line which will link Birmingham to London in 2026 and later to Manchester and Leeds. Movement for Growth sets out the transport infrastructure needed to best feed and connect into HS2 including enhanced rail and tram links and a bus rapid transit system called Sprint using high capacity tram-style vehicles. The plan also seeks to help power the Government’s vision of a ‘Midlands Engine’ that can drive growth and jobs across the whole of the Midlands, helping to rebalance the UK economy. Today’s approval for the plan follows last month’s announcement by Government of a 10-year £8 billion devolution deal for the emerging West Midlands Combined Authority. This includes funding for transport schemes including an expansion of the Metro tram system with a new east-west route from Brierley Hill to the HS2 Curzon station in Birmingham city centre and on to Birmingham Airport and the nearby HS2 Interchange Station. The Wednesbury to Brierley Hill tram extension was a key recommendation of the recent Black Country Rapid Transit Review which has also helped shaped Movement for Growth. The Review took a fresh look at what sort of rapid transit network was needed to best connect the area’s key towns and cities with each other and Birmingham. The Review, which followed a request from the Association of Black Country Authorities, put forward a mix of Midland Metro tram routes, Sprint services and innovative tram/train technology similar to that being used in a pilot scheme unveiled last week in Sheffield. Infrastructure projects set out in Movement for Growth include schemes benefitting: Birmingham Extending the Midland Metro tram system from the city centre, through east Birmingham to the airport, connecting the region’s two high speed rail stations Fast, limited-stop Sprint services along the city’s main roads Improved road junctions at traffic jam hot spots New cycle routes linking to a metropolitan-wide strategic cycle network New suburban rail lines and stations for northern suburbs like Castle Vale and Castle Bromwich and Moseley and Kings Heath in the south Coventry Sprint rapid transit network Improvements to bottleneck road junctions New cycle routes linking to a metropolitan-wide strategic cycle network 17 December 2015
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Birmingham airport in 4k
 
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Birmingham airport in 4k Produced with CyberLink PowerDirector 15
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Birmingham Construction Projects
 
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Birmingham Construction Projects
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PMDG 737-800NGX - Jet2 Landing at Birmingham International Airport - 33
 
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PMDG 737 800NGX Winglets - Jet2 Landing at Birmingham International Airport - 33. PC Specs: Intel Core i7-4770, 8GB RAM, 1TB, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760.
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PMDG-747-Full Flight-Vienna-Birmingham International Airport
 
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A Flight From vienna to Birmingham useing the PMDG 747 also useing live ATC chatter.****PLEASE RATE AND COMMENT TO SEE MORE PMDG 747 VIDEOS*********
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Birmingham to get new skyscraper after plans unveiled for long-awaited redevelopment
 
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Birmingham to get new skyscraper after plans unveiled for long-awaited redevelopment Waheed Nazir, corporate director for economy at Birmingham City Council, said the city was experiencing “unprecedented levels of growth” and so new offices were vital to it keeping up with demand. Bir...
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Birmingham named as HS2 headquarters
 
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The headquarters for construction of the High Speed 2 (HS2) rail line is to be based in Birmingham. HS2 Ltd, the company responsible for the project, said its new premises would house up to 1,500 staff. It is expected to include engineers and designers responsible for track, signalling and station plans, as well as support staff. While some jobs would move from London, the company said, many would be new roles. Chairman David Higgins said he expected the first staff to move into the new premises in April or May 2015. He said the fact HS2 had chosen to base its construction HQ in Birmingham rather than London showed the firm's "long-term commitment" to the city. Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin said it would bring skilled job opportunities to the area. Birmingham City Council announced it would create a company to lead the redevelopment around Curzon Street station, which will become the Birmingham hub for the first phase of HS2. In February, the council first announced plans to regenerate the area by building offices, a hotel and about 2,000 homes to both improve the city's "welcome" to HS2 travellers and stimulate the local economy. Under the plans, the Grade I-listed facade of the currently derelict station would form the centrepiece of the new development, extending into nearby Digbeth and the surrounding area. Continue reading the main story Curzon Street development 366,000 sq m of office space 98,000 sq m of retail 57,000 sq m of hotel accommodation 79,000 sq m of community and leisure related uses 167,000 sq m of residential accommodation (including student accommodation) Source: Birmingham City Council When it is completed, the new station will be the biggest building in Birmingham, according to the city council. Council leader Sir Albert Bore, said: "Since the industrial revolution, Birmingham has been a national capital for engineering, so it is only natural that the HS2 construction HQ be based in Birmingham." Mr Mcloughlin said he hoped Curzon Street would repeat the "success" of London's King's Cross and St Pancras stations. "If you think what those areas were like 20 years ago and what they're like today, I want to see that emulated in Birmingham," he said. 21 07 14
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FS Labs A320 CFM from Dublin to Birmingham on Vatsim - First Flight
 
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Rudder issues? Try this! http://forums.flightsimlabs.com/index.php?/topic/9669-how-can-i-control-the-rudder-smoothly/ Last time I flew an A320 on Vatsim it was the Aerosoft A320, Today I fly the FsLabs A320! Sit back and relax as I sweat it with rudder pedal problems, TCAS resolution advisories, unstable approaches, go arounds, and Thunderstorm turbulence encounters! Repaint & Addon links in the text discription below! Remember, you can see which events I intend to fly on my google calendar. https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=p7brep6v9o84vrjshcps7n4gv4@group.calendar.google.com&ctz=Australia/Sydney This flight was flown during Vatsim UK's "Midsummer Madness" event at Birmingham Airport. https://community.vatsim-uk.co.uk/topic/33350-event-mid-summer-madness-x-27th28th-august/ For this Vatsim flight, I flew the FSlabs A320. This product can be purchased at http://www.flightsimlabs.com/index.php/a3xx-master-series-a320-3/ In this case I used the repaint of a Aer Lingus A320. You can download a this livery for the FSlabs A320 at: http://forums.flightsimlabs.com/index.php?/files/file/260-a320-cfm-aer-lingus-ei-deb/ Every air traffic controller and aircraft you hear in this video is a real person using VATSIM. For more information about vatsim, visit http://www.vatsim.net/ and http://www.vatsim.net/pilots/quickstart/ During the flight, charts and checklists were prepared on a second monitor and dragged into shot. This recording was made with OBS Studio 0.15.2(64bit) No post-flight editing was done AT ALL! OBS studio is a freeware video capture and livestream software, available from https://obsproject.com/download#mp Facecam is a Microsoft Lifecam HD-3000. https://www.microsoft.com/accessories/en-in/products/webcams/lifecam-hd-3000/t3h-00014 My Computer specs are: Processor: i5 3750 3.5GHZ Graphics: GTX670 1GB Ram: 8GB 1600 DDR HDDs: ST1000DM003 & ST500DM002 Flight controls are: Saitek Throttle Quadrant https://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=959&products_id=6117&gclid=CjwKEAiA_NmkBRCe3ubC1aWAtEcSJACxkkbq1XVUGOsRu1xB5tufvTYnyHX0u4ohl3NHl1vPd5Co-RoCylnw_wcB CH Pro Rudder Pedals given to me by one of my fans (Ies Apac) who's channel you can visit at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0GZVlZemR7tLZWJMPnozQQ). Pedals: http://www.chproducts.com/Pro-Pedals-v13-d-716.html I also use a Saitek Cyborg EVO ambidexterous joystick configured for the left hand use - used as both the Steering tiller and side-stick on this flight http://www.amazon.com/Saitek-102989-Cyborg-Evo-Joystick/dp/B0000AW9P1 I use FSinn to connect to Vatsim due to some features (Voice CTAF) that it offers. http://operations.vatpac.org/pilots/pilot-client-information/fsinn-voice-rooms You can learn how to install FSinn at https://forums.vatsim.net/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=63718 If you are more of an audiovisual learner, then this video may help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihdEMuED_AU Addons used in this flight include: FTX EU England https://www.fullterrain.com/product/eng Aerosoft Mega Airport Dublin EIDW http://en.shop.aerosoft.com/eshop.php?action=article_detail&s_supplier_aid=12330&s_design=default&shopfilter_category=flight%20simulation&s_language=english Birmingham EGBB by UK2000 Scenery http://www.uk2000scenery.com/newsite/My_Homepage_Files/Page27.html Water Configurator by Striking Software http://www.strikingsoftware.com/fswc.shtml ActiveSky 2016 was used for all weather, this program injects Real time real weather including clouds, precipitation, temperatures, winds, turbulence etc into the simulator. http://www.hifisimtech.com/as16/ FSDT's GSX Ground Services for baggage handling, marshalling and pushback by GSX http://www.fsdreamteam.com/products_gsx.html Flight, Cruise, navigation, weather and Fuel planning was conducted using PFPX. http://www.flightsimsoft.com/pfpx/ Charts for Dublin are published at http://iaip.iaa.ie/iaip/aip_eidw_charts.htm Charts for the UK are published on the NATS-UK.ead website http://www.nats-uk.ead-it.com/public/index.php%3Foption=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=6&Itemid=13.html Vataware captured this flight at http://www.vataware.com/flight/57c1702053523361d8000004 Flightaware captures flight data for real world flights filing IFR flight plans. EIN262 operates from Dublin to Birmingham daily in Aer Lingus' A320 fleet. https://flightaware.com/live/flight/EIN262
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Birmingham Airport
 
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On our way to Dubai
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Birmingham Airport Boosting Midlands International Tourism
 
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The region is attracting an increasing number of visitors from the Far East. Birmingham left London in the shade in the tourism stakes in 2014 with a record 32 per cent increase in visitors – as millions flocked to the second city from the US and China. The city welcomed unprecedented tourist numbers in the last 12 months with a total of 34 million visitors spending more than £5 billion, according to Marketing Birmingham. The influx saw Birmingham’s tourist and business visitors grow by a record 32 per cent compared to London’s growth of just 8.9 per cent, said the agency. 21 07 2015
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aviation KLM EMB190 takeoff 4k Ex Hurricane Ophelia Birmingham Airport 16oct17 145p
 
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Birmingham Airport Survey
 
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Birmingham Airport CEO, Paul Kehoe, gives his reaction to a recent survey which found public support for Birmingham, ahead of Heathrow's third runway.
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HS2: Paul Kehoe - CEO Birmingham International Airport
 
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The HS2 High Speed Rail link has been hailed as a tremendous benefit to the West Midlands region by Birmingham airport's CEO. Paul Kehoe welcome yesterday's government announcement of plans for the next phase of the £32 billion rail network which will connect Birmingham to Manchester and Leeds. It is "a game changing opportunity" for the future of Birmingham airport, he told The Information Daily. "Birmingham will be at the centre of the HS2 link," he said.
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Christmas Getaway Begins at Birmingham Airport
 
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A busy day at Birmingham Airport as the Christmas getaway begins and flights are diverted in due to snow in other parts of the country.
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#almostjournalism - QT Airport Master Plan
 
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Learn about the Queenstown Airport's proposed master plan.
VatsimUK Live. Majestic Q400 Jersey to Birmingham, but not at any cost.
 
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The Callsign is "Jersey" and the departure airport is Jersey. =D Remember, you can see which events I intend to fly on my google calendar. https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=p7brep6v9o84vrjshcps7n4gv4@group.calendar.google.com&ctz=Australia/Sydney This flight was flown during the 5th "UK Live" event, where Vatsim Controllers congregated together in one location to provide ATC for the entire UK. https://events.vatsim-uk.co.uk/live/ A video from the Controllers room can be seen at https://www.facebook.com/vatsimuk/videos/1240318959320446/?pnref=story For this Vatsim flight, I flew the Majestic Software DH8D "Dash-8 Q400" pro version which can be purchased from: http://majesticsoftware.com/mjc8q400/products.html In this case I used the livery of FlyBe's Low Cost, but not at any cost" livery by Christian Mohr http://library.avsim.net/search.php?SearchTerm=flybe+cost+Mohr&CatID=root&Go=Search Every air traffic controller and aircraft you hear in this video is a real person using VATSIM. For more information about vatsim, visit http://www.vatsim.net/ and http://www.vatsim.net/pilots/quickstart/ During the flight, charts and checklists were prepared on a second monitor and dragged into shot. This recording was made with OBS Studio 0.13.2(64bit) No post-flight editing was done AT ALL! Facecam is a Microsoft Lifecam HD-3000. My Computer specs are: Processor: i5 3750 3.5GHZ Graphics: GTX670 1GB Ram: 8GB 1600 DDR HDDs: ST1000DM003 & ST500DM002 Flight controls are: Saitek Throttle Quadrant https://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=959&products_id=6117&gclid=CjwKEAiA_NmkBRCe3ubC1aWAtEcSJACxkkbq1XVUGOsRu1xB5tufvTYnyHX0u4ohl3NHl1vPd5Co-RoCylnw_wcB CH Flight Sim Yoke and CH Pro Rudder Pedals given to me by one of my fans (Ies Apac) who's channel you can visit at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0GZVlZemR7tLZWJMPnozQQ). Yoke: http://www.chproducts.com/Flight-Sim-Yoke-v13-d-705.html Pedals: http://www.chproducts.com/Pro-Pedals-v13-d-716.html I also use a Saitek Cyborg EVO ambidexterous joystick configured for the left hand use - used as a Steering tiller on this flight http://www.amazon.com/Saitek-102989-Cyborg-Evo-Joystick/dp/B0000AW9P1 I use FSinn to connect to Vatsim due to some features (Voice CTAF) that it offers. You can learn how to install FSinn at https://forums.vatsim.net/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=63718 If you are more of an audiovisual learner, then this video may help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihdEMuED_AU Addons used in this flight include: FTX EU England https://www.fullterrain.com/product/eng Jersey Airport (Freeware) EGJJ http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?DLID=92910 UK 2000 Birmingham EGBB Extreme v3 http://secure.simmarket.com/uk2000-scenery-birmingham-xtreme-v3-egbb.phtml Water Configurator by Striking Software http://www.strikingsoftware.com/fswc.shtml ActiveSky 2016 was used for all weather, this program injects Real time real weather including clouds, precipitation, temperatures, winds, turbulence etc into the simulator. http://www.hifisimtech.com/as16/ FSDT's GSX Ground Services for baggage handling, marshalling and pushback by GSX http://www.fsdreamteam.com/products_gsx.html Flight, Cruise, navigation, weather and Fuel planning was conducted using PFPX. http://www.flightsimsoft.com/pfpx/ Charts for the UK are published on the NATS-UK.ead website http://www.nats-uk.ead-it.com/public/index.php%3Foption=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=6&Itemid=13.html Flightaware captured this flight at http://vataware.com/flight/579dec9f5352330eff000003 Real world flights between Jersey and Birmingham are operated by Flybe in a mix of ATR72 and Dash-8 Q400 DH8D aircraft. https://flightaware.com/live/findflight/EGJJ/egbb/
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Weekly service to northern Iraq launches from Birmingham Airport.
 
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Aer Olympic launch new weekly service to the northern Iraqi cities of Erbil and Sulaymaniyah from Birmingham Airport. The route offers a direct service to the country for the very first time from the Midlands.
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