New lease of life for Cardiff City Heliport

Cardiff Heliport (Gareth James/Geograph)
Cardiff Heliport (Gareth James/Geograph)

Cardiff City Heliport has been given a new lease of life today thanks to the owners of Caernarfon Airport.

Huw Evans and Roy Steptoe have a signed a lease for 50 years to operate the heliport which is owned by Cardiff City Council.

The Heliport which is located next to Cardiff Docks has been closed for just over a year following the withdraw of services by previous operators Veritair.

The new operators believe there is a market for flights from Cardiff to London and are also exploring flights to Dublin and their own airport, Caernarfon in West Wales.

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