Travel restrictions will continue in the coming weeks with no signs of any lifting of the rules at the end of the summer holiday season.
Airlines and airports have been hit hard by the ever-changing curbs and travel decisions as some flight programs have been curtailed prematurely.
Birmingham Airport has put a number of additional health and safety measures in place to meet social distancing recommendations.
Many airlines also require traveling passengers to provide and wear face coverings on flights.
These are the airlines currently still flying from Birmingham:
Ryanair has resumed flights to many summer vacation destinations including Tenerife, Porto, Faro, Alicante, Malaga, Reus, Gran Canaria, Ibiza, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca; as well as other European destinations such as Dublin, Krakow Bydgoszcz, Gdansk and Warsaw Modlin.
Loganair has direct connections to two Scottish destinations: Aberdeen and Inverness.
The connections to important European hubs such as Paris CDG and Amsterdam have been re-established with the services of Air France and KLM respectively.
EasyJet has launched domestic routes to Belfast, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Lufthansa has his services to Frankfurt and Munich and Eurowings his service to Düsseldorf.
Wizz Air has resumed connections to European destinations such as Krakow, Poznan, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Bucharest, Budapest, Vilnius and Riga. It also announced two new services to Romania.
Jet2.com and Jet2holidays has flights and vacations to selected destinations in Greece, Cyprus, Turkey and Italy.
TUI Airways and TUI also operates services to the same goals.
Turkish Airlines offers a four-week service to Istanbul and then to many global destinations. The service will initially be offered on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Blue islands has started a route to Jersey – ideal for a weekend getaway or short vacation.
Operation of four weekly services, Emirates flies to Dubai and beyond.
Aer Lingus, The operator of Aer Lingus Regional offers up to four return flights to Belfast City every day.
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) offers direct connections to Copenhagen.
All passengers must wear face covering when boarding and will not be carried if they do not have a mask for the duration of the flight.