The subsidised service between Cardiff and Anglesey will continue, as the Welsh Government looks to introduce more state-aided routes.Read the full story ›
A Qatar Airways A350-900, whose wings are built by Airbus in North Wales, landed at Cardiff Airport today, marking the start of a new route.Read the full story ›
Passengers could soon find it cheaper to fly from Cardiff Airport.Read the full story ›
There's a furious response after Labour accused the Welsh Secretary of telling 'an outright lie' about the new Cardiff-Qatar air service.Read the full story ›
Cardiff Airport says the number of passengers passing through in June was up by a fifth on last year. The total was 185,787.
It says June was also the busiest month in terms of passenger volume since Cardiff Airport came under ownership of the Welsh Government in 2013, taking the rolling year’s passenger figures past 1.4 million.
The first half of 2017 has seen a step change for Wales’ national airport. We’ve welcomed new airlines and our existing airline partners are reacting to increased market demand by adding new routes and extra capacity.
With Qatar Airways launching in 2018, we’ll be working with the airline to ensure this exciting service opens up new opportunities for customers in Wales and the South West as the region’s first direct link to a major Middle East airport hub, offering connections across Africa, Asia, Australia and more.
Yesterday the Welsh Government announced flights to and from Anglesey would continue and could be expanded.
Cardiff Airport says they are not affected by the British Airways IT system problems that are causing disruptions to holiday makers.
The Welsh Government says the T9 bus service linking Cardiff with Cardiff Airport has experienced its best year on record.
It says quarterly figures up to September 2016 show an average of over 13,200 passengers a month used the service in the last year, with month on month growth every month since June 2014.
An express bus service is vital for a capital city airport and we are hugely encouraged by the growth of the T9 and keen for opportunities to link the airport to west Wales to be explored.
As an airport we have huge ambitions for growth and improved surface access, including bus, road and rail links is critical in helping us achieve this.”
More than 1.3m passengers chose to travel via Cardiff Airport in 2016.Read the full story ›
Cardiff airport will be affected next week when more than 1,500 check-in staff, baggage handlers and cargo crew go on strike for 48 hours across the UK.
The strike is just before Christmas in a long-running pay dispute.
Members of Unite employed by Swissport will walk out on December 23 and 24 at Cardiff and other airports across the UK.
We appreciate that this is a very busy time of year at the UK's airports and that's why we are calling for the company to engage in constructive talks under the auspices of Acas to resolve this dispute.
Unite's door is open 24/7 for such talks.
Our members are only taking this industrial action as a last resort in a bid to reach a fair settlement - our members have not had a pay rise since 2014.
A flight from Alicante to Cardiff declared an emergency while in the air earlier today because of a technical issue.
Vueling explained that the problem was detected before landing.
137 passengers were on board.
A technical issue was detected before landing and following all safety procedures the Captain requested for a priority landing.
The aircraft has landed safely and passengers have disembarked as usual.
We had 137 passengers on board.
The aeroplane landed safely at Cardiff airport at 11:27 am.