East Midlands Airport Guide

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Getting there by Car

Nottingham East Midlands Airport is in the centre of the country, surrounded by the cities of Nottingham, Derby and Leicester. The Airport is easily accessible from all parts of the UK, either by road or by public transport. Take junction 23a or 24 from the M1 and the airport is clearly signposted. If travelling on the M42, continue until it turns into the A42 and follow airport signs

Getting there by Taxi

Taxis operated by Checker Cars, are available from the Taxi Office, outside the Arrivals Area, 24 hours a day.

Getting there by Bus / Coach

National Express Airport service 240 offers direct connections daily to and from Nottingham East Midlands Airport to Bradford, Leeds, Sheffield, Chesterfield. Luton, Heathrow and Gatwick, allowing onward connections throughout the UK.

Other services include Air-Line shuttle providing a direct link between the Airport and Loughborough and Derby railway and bus stations; Rainbow 5 linking Nottingham to Loughborough, via airport and Skylink, a frequent service running half hourly from Nottingham City Centre to the Airport, calling at the Train Station, Clifton and then direct to the Airport. Contact Traveline, Bartone Buses and Skylink for more details.

Getting there by Train

Loughborough, Long Eaton, Nottingham and Derby stations are all located a short bus or taxi ride from the airport. All stations are served by the main InterCity trains which are operated by Midland Mainline and Central Trains. There are regular buses to all stations. For more details on trains contact Virgin Trains or National Rail.