A three-year project is underway to cosmetically improve Cardiff Airport following the Welsh Government's decision to buy it for £52 million last month.
Work by local artists will be displayed in walkways and public areas to promote Welsh culture and heritage to travellers.
It's just one component of work planned in efforts to make Cardiff Airport more competitive.
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