Trains to Coventry Airport
It takes just over an hour to get from London Euston to Coventry by rail. And conveniently, Coventry railway station is only fifteen minutes from Coventry Airport. The two are linked by a frequent, efficient bus service – the number 539 – which stops directly outside the station.
You can save time by buying your connecting bus tickets when you book your train journey, wherever you’re travelling from. Ask for an add-on bus ticket to Coventry Airport when you buy your ticket.
It is a very good idea to plan your train journey and book your tickets as far in advance as possible. Book early and you’ll probably save an enormous amount of money.
Buses to Coventry Airport
The Airport South is connected to Pool Meadow Bus Station and Coventry City Centre by services 21 and 21W.
Driving to Coventry Airport Coventry Airport is easy to access via the Midlands motorway network. Follow clear signs from the M1, M40, M6 and M42. The M25 and outer London are less than an hour and a half away, traffic permitting.
It’s always worth taking potential delays into account just in case. Coventry Airport’s passenger terminal sits at Coventry Airport South, also clearly signposted.
If you’ve got a satnav, the address and postcode is: Coventry Airport, Siskin Parkway West, Coventry, CV3 4PB. Bear in mind that Siskin Parkway West, just outside the airport’s entrance, is a designated clearway so you can’t stop or wait there.
Coventry Airport’s own website gives handy details of the best road routes from Birmingham, The South East, North East, South West, South East and South of England. And you can pre-book taxis via the airport’s website too.
If you’re satnav-free, try the AA Route Planner for detailed Coventry airport directions. For more useful stuff, click to the relevant directline-flights pages; Coventry Airport parking and Coventry Airport hotels to name a few.