Cardiff Airport bosses say the facility saw an increase of 17% in passenger numbers in July.
The rolling total of passengers flying from Cardiff now stands at 1,326,923, representing 29% passenger growth over the last 12 months.
The opening of a new route to Berlin has been brought forward by a month to the 1st of October.
Cardiff has been names as the UK's fastest growing airport after delivering 13 consecutive months of growth.Read the full story ›
A strike by French Air Traffic Controllers may cause delays or cancellations to flights between the UK and France today.
Passengers are being advised to check the status of their flight before travelling.
Strike action in France may affect flights to / from Cardiff Airport.
Passengers should check the status of their flight before travelling.
A strike across France today, including air traffic controllers and airport staff, may cause delays or cancellations to flights between the UK and France until Friday morning.
Passengers should check their flight before travelling.
Disruption's expected until 11:00 on 20th May.
Cardiff Airport says it's recorded its 8th consecutive month of growth.
Passenger numbers for the month of January totalled almost 60,000 which is a 42% increase on January 2015. Passenger numbers grew by 56% in December compared to the same month in 2014, and over 64,000 passengers flew over the festive period.
Increasingly the choice of flights is encouraging business travellers to fly from Cardiff all year round, enjoying the convenience of flying locally. 2015 has been a real turning point for Cardiff Airport. We’ve had lots of exciting developments including a new base for Flybe with 14 routes on offer, as well as consistently strong performances from airlines including Thomson, KLM, Vueling, Aer Lingus and Thomas Cook.
Meanwhile the Welsh Government's announced that a new seven month contract for the air service between north and south Wales has been awarded to Van Air. Citywing will partner Van Air to provide the ticketing and marketing of the service.
A full tender for a longer term contract to operate the service will be launched shortly.
A report from the Public Policy Institute for Wales (PPIW) supports the Welsh Government’s decision to purchase Cardiff airport in 2013.Read the full story ›
Cardiff Airport says passenger numbers in September were up by a fifth.It says over 25,000 more customers flew through Wales’ national Airport last month compared to 2014.
The level of growth has not been seen since 2006 and, it says, is set to continue into 2016.
The past four months have seen notable growth which is set to continue. The success of the new Flybe base plus strong load factors for airlines including KLM, Vueling, Aer Lingus and Thomson are also very encouraging.
The airport was bought by the Welsh Government in March 2013.
Last month the Welsh Government hit back at concerns raised by UK Government officials about loans to the airport.
Economy and Transport Minister Edwina Hart has welcomed the increase in passengers at Cardiff Airport during the peak summer months.
The airport has seen passenger numbers increase by 10% during the 2015 peak summer season, compared to the same quarter in 2014.
I am very encouraged to see people are taking advantage of the extended choice of destinations now available at Cardiff Airport. The new Flybe destinations and Vueling flights to Spain have been popular this summer.
It is clear Cardiff Airport is now in a much stronger position than it was when we took ownership two years ago and our investment is starting to pay off. I look forward to seeing Cardiff Airport go from strength to strength and become a gateway to Wales for business and leisure travellers.”