EGBB  Birmingham International Airport

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Birmingham, United Kingdom

Status IATA
Operational BHX
Latitude Longitude
52° 27' 14" N 1° 44' 52" W
52.453899 -1.748030
Local (DST + 1) UTC (GMT 0)
Aug 29, 2014 12:13 Aug 28, 2014 23:13
Sunrise-Sunset Local UTC
Begin Civil Twilight 05:35 04:35
Sunrise 06:12 05:12
Sunset 08:03 19:03
End Civil Twilight 08:39 19:39

Current Weather

METAR Observed VFR
EGBB 282250Z 18006KT 150V220 CAVOK 13/11 Q1010 Thu, Aug 28, 2014 @ 22:50 UTC
(23 Minutes ago)
Visual Flight Rules
Wind Visibility Clouds Conditions
180° at 6 knots (11 kph) 10 km or more
  • Clear skies
  • No significant weather
Temperatures Readings Precipitation
Current Temp 13°C (55°F)
Dewpoint 11°C (52°F)
Humidity 88%
Altimeter 29.82"Hg
Sea Level Pressure 1010mb
Field Elevation 324.8'
None Recorded

Forecast Weather

TAF
TAF EGBB 281655Z 2818/2918 21009KT 9999 SCT030 PROB30 TEMPO 2903/2909 8000 -DZ BKN012 PROB30 TEMPO 2913/2918 7000 SHRA
From To
Thu, Aug 28, 2014 @ 18:00 UTC Fri, Aug 29, 2014 @ 18:00 UTC
Wind Visibility Clouds Conditions
210° at 9 knots (17 kph)
10 km or more
  • Scattered at 3,000' AGL
  • No significant weather
From To Probable/Temporary
Fri, Aug 29, 2014 @ 03:00 UTC Fri, Aug 29, 2014 @ 09:00 UTC
Visibility Clouds Conditions
8000 meters
  • Broken at 1,200' AGL
  • Light Drizzle
From To Probable/Temporary
Fri, Aug 29, 2014 @ 13:00 UTC Fri, Aug 29, 2014 @ 18:00 UTC
Visibility Conditions
7000 meters
  • Rain Showers

Additional weather within a 92.6km radius of EGBB

Map ICAO Location
EGBE 20.4km E (117°)
EGNX 50.6km N (034°)
EGBJ 68.5km S (205°)
EGOS 73km W (302°)
EGVN 79.1km S (171°)
EGVA 85.7km N (360°)
EGXT 87.8km E (078°)
EGTC 87.8km E (118°)

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