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Part of Terminal 2 at Birmingham International Airport, England, taken from the top level of a multi-storey car park. The runway is seen beyond, with an Air Malta aircraft.

Notice the concrete blocks that seal off the road alongside the terminal, for security reasons. This means that passengers and baggage can no longer be put down directly at the terminal. The Birmingham Airport Shuttle Cars run from the front of the airport.

Photographed by Adrian Pingstone in February 2008 and placed in the public domain.

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