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Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International AirportWhere is Birmingham-Shuttlesworth Airport?
Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (IATA: BHM, ICAO: KBHM, FAA LID: BHM), formerly Birmingham Municipal Airport and later Birmingham International Airport, is the major airport that serves Birmingham, Alabama and Central Alabama, United States. A joint civil-military facility, it is located five miles (8 km) northeast of downtown Birmingham, near the interchange of I-20 and I-59.

BHM Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport served 3,222,689 passengers in 2007, and is the largest and busiest airport in the state of Alabama. It has also been mentioned by Atlanta talk show host Clark Howard as a cheap alternate airport for Atlanta travelers due to the presence of Southwest Airlines. Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport currently offers 87 daily departures to 28 cities nonstop and 35 cities direct. The airport was renamed in July 2008 after Fred Shuttlesworth.

BHM Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport currently has one terminal building which is divided into two concourses, B and C. Concourse B consists of 6 gates, B1-B6. Gates B3 and B5 were formerly used by Northwest and its Northwest Airlink flights before the airline moved its operations to Concourse C as part of its merger with Delta in May 2009 and are currently not in use. Concourse C has 13 gates: C1-C14. Gates C5, C7, C9, and C11 are currently not branded for a specific airline tenant. Gates C5, C7, and C9 are occasionally used by Delta for early morning and late evening flights as numerous Delta Connection regional jet aircraft are parked overnight on the south side of Concourse C.


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Last Updated: 27 Dec 2017