Monday, June 17, 2024

International Buyers to Benefit from SkyRail Link for Autumn Fair 03

The technology of the Austrian Alps has found its way to Birmingham with the launch of SkyRail – the futuristic new system linking Birmingham Airport to Birmingham International Station in a matter of seconds.

International buyers to Autumn Fair 03 visiting the NEC Birmingham from Sunday 7 September – Wednesday 10 September, will be able to reap the benefits of the new hi-tech installation.

Birmingham is the first airport in the world, and the only location in Europe, to install the Austrian-built system. It is capable of transporting passengers between both airport terminals and the NEC’s international rail station in just 90 seconds, 24 hours a day and will be free of charge to all passengers.

SkyRail is linked to the Birmingham International Interchange, which is attached to the Birmingham International rail station. The two-storey building features a new bus and coach station with two quality waiting lounges on the ground floor, while the first floor provides a public concourse offering information on timetables, ticketing and real-time flight arrivals and departures. There will also be an improvement to the road set-down areas.

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