Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport

Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Birmingham, Alabama. It is located five miles northeast of downtown Birmingham and is the largest airport in the state. The airport is named after civil rights leader Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth and is a hub for American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, and United Express. It offers non-stop service to over 40 destinations throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. The airport also features a variety of amenities, including a variety of shops and restaurants, a business center, and a pet relief area.


Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport is located in Birmingham, Alabama. Nearby cities include Bessemer, Hoover, and Vestavia Hills. Nearby airports include Huntsville International Airport (HSV), Montgomery Regional Airport (MGM), and Tuscaloosa Regional Airport (TCL).

City: Birmingham

State: Alabama



Size: medium airport

Lattitude: 33.562901

Longitude: -86.753502

Elevation: 650 feet