Cardiff Airport launches new flight services

Cardiff Airport has launched new flight services today following airline Flybe's decision last month to pull its routes.

Newcomers CityJet will offer daily services to Paris and Glasgow and summer routes to Jersey and Edinburgh.

It is welcome news for Cardiff Airport, which is owned by the taxpayer after being bought by the Welsh Government for over £50 million.

Read more: Flybe withdraws Paris and Glasgow routes from Cardiff

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Cardiff Airport launches new services after Flybe withdrawal

Cardiff Airport has launched new services to Paris and Glasgow and summer routes to Jersey and Edinburgh. It follows airline Flybe's decision to withdraw its Paris and Glasgow routes from Cardiff from January 2014.