Workspace provider Regus will open a new Express Lounge at Birmingham Airport later this year.
The lounge will offer office and meeting space for both domestic and international passengers arriving at or departing from the airport.
It will feature wifi, access to office facilities such as printers and scanners, free refreshments and professional admin support.
A statement from Regus said: "The agreement with Birmingham Airport is the latest milestone in the roll-out of our Thirdplace concept — professional workspaces and office facilities at places where business people and mobile workers pass through in daily life."
Phil Kemp, global head of Thirdplace at Regus, said: "Technology gives people 24/7 access to the office, but they still find their productivity disrupted by the lack of a professional place to work or meet away from home or the office.
"The growing Regus Express network remedies this issue. With our launch at Birmingham Airport, air travel here will become much more productive. People will be able to meet a colleague, or prepare for a meeting whilst waiting for a flight, or when they fly into the airport."
The deal to open a facility at Birmingham Airport follows the launch of Regus Express spaces at Heathrow and Gatwick airports (see news, February 28).
Earlier this year, Regus opened two new business centres in central London, at Euston and Fenchurch Street (see news, March 28).