Birmingham Airport is urging people not to travel to the hub to see the Pope departing the UK later this month.
The Pope is due to visit the city on September 19th to beautify Cardinal John Henry Newman who died in the city in 1890.
Broadcasters across the world will be showing the mass conducted by Pope Benedict XVI. Birmingham Airport is asking that members of the public watch the events on television, including the Pope's departure from the travel hub, which will be shown on BBC2.
The airport said that the departure will "take place in a restricted zone, away from all public areas".
Members of the public who do not have a ticket to the mass will be able to see the Pope when he travels in the popemobile along a stretch of Hagley Road.
Assistant chief constable Sharon Rowe of West Midlands Police said: "Plans for the visit are now well on track and we are all looking forward to welcoming his Holiness to the city and seeing that everyone has an enjoyable day."