Flights from Birmingham to Venice

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Birmingham to Venice

  • The average flight time from Birmingham to Venice is 2h 10min
  • Birmingham to Venice is 791 miles
  • There are 4 flights a week from Birmingham to Venice
  • £66 was the cheapest return price from Birmingham to Venice last month
  • The most popular airline flying from Birmingham to Venice last month was Monarch
  • Venice is served by 2 airports. These are Venice Treviso, Venice Marco Polo.
  • 1 airline flies direct from Birmingham to Venice

Flights from Birmingham to Venice

This information is correct as of November 2015

Airlines that fly from Birmingham to Venice

Monarch Airlines offer direct flights from Birmingham to Venice-Marco Polo. Connecting flights are available through Lufthansa (via Frankfurt), Brussels Airlines (via Brussels), KLM (via Amsterdam) and Air France (via Paris).

Terminal Information – Departing

Birmingham Airport has one terminal. The departure lounge has a good range of shops, bars and restaurants. Relaxing at Birmingham Airport is easy. You can treat yourself to a manicure at Cloud Nails, a glass of bubbly at Blanc et Noir champagne bar, or for the ultimate pre-flight luxury check into one of the two lounges. Choose from Aspire and No.1 Traveller: both offer a bit of peace away from the general hustle and bustle. Inside you'll find comfy seats, unlimited Wi-Fi and complimentary snacks and drinks. Entry prices start at £21.99* per person.

Restaurants at Birmingham Airport range from quick takeaways like Burger King, Deli Hub by Kebabish and Costa to high-street favourites like Frankie & Benny's and Giraffe. Bars include Wetherspoon's and All Bar One. There's also a good range of high-street and designer shops to browse. Explore luxury goods in World Duty Free, pick up some fashionable new clothes at Superdry, or treat yourself to a new pair of shades in Eye Love.

Terminal Information – Arriving

The airport is well connected by public and private transport. Water taxis are available at the boat departure point about 10 minute walk from the airport. The price ranges from €100-160* (about £70-112) if you're travelling to the centre of Venice. If you prefer to travel by road, bus number 5 travels from the airport to Piazzale Roma just outside the city centre. Buses are also available to Mestre Railway Station (line 15) as well as the local beach resorts (ATVO) and Alpine ski resorts (Cortina Express). You can purchase bus tickets from the ticket machines in the baggage reclaim area, at the public transport ticket office in the arrivals hall and on-board ATVO and FSBusitalia buses. It's also possible to hire a car at Venice-Marco Polo Airport, and a number of major companies have desks in the arrivals hall.

Practical Information

You need a valid passport to fly from Birmingham to Venice. We recommend arriving at the airport at least two hours before your flight is due to depart.

What to expect in Venice

Venice is one hour ahead of Birmingham and the currency is the Euro (€). Prices in Venice are similar to what you would expect to pay in Birmingham, and at times can be slightly more expensive. This is not a budget city break destination. There's no traffic in Venice, due to the canals, so if you're planning on hiring a car you will need to park it in the large car parks just outside the city centre.

*Prices subject to change