Tory plans for Cardiff Airport

Welsh Conservatives are to set out plans to boost the fortunes of Cardiff airport and then re-sell it to the private sector, sharing the profits with every Welsh taxpayer

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Boost airport ahead of payback - Shadow minister

We believe that after a period of revitalisation, investment and growth, that Cardiff Airport should be sold as a vibrant economic hub and that every taxpayer should get their £38.50 dividend back and share in the proceeds of growth.

Cardiff Airport should be seen as Wales’ gateway to the world, but unfortunately the airport is suffering from neglect and a lack of leadership and vision.

Welsh Conservatives opposed the Welsh Labour Government’s decision to nationalise Cardiff Airport, but now it is in public hands, we need to make it a success.

– Byron Davies AM, Shadow Transport minister

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