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Aer Lingus set to return to Cardiff Airport

Aer Lingus, which last flew a scheduled flight from Cardiff Airport in 2016, is set to make a tentative return to Wales’ national airport. According to ‘UK Aviation Schedule Analyst’ Sean M on twitter, Aer Lingus Regional will restart flights between Cardiff Airport and Dublin from 30th August 2021 operating [read more]

All four Wizz Air Airbus A321 parked at Cardiff Airport (Image: Mark Parsons)
Cardiff Airport News

In Pictures: Wizz Air arrives at Cardiff Airport

Wizz Air UK, which launches flights from Cardiff in May, has sent four Airbus A321 aircraft to Cardiff Airport for storage ahead of the base launch. Summer 2021 will see the low-cost airline operate to Alicante, Palma De Mallorca & Tenerife in Spain; Faro, Portugal; Larnaca, Cyprus and Corfu & [read more]

BOAC Boeing 747-400 G-BYG0C (Image: TransportMedia UK)
Civil Aviation

Last ever BA 747 flight leaves Cardiff Airport

The last British Airways Boeing 747-400 has left Cardiff Airport for what is the final flight of the type for the airline. BOAC liveried G-BYGC departed Cardiff Airport (CWL/EGFF) at 13:37L for the short flight to St Athan where it will be preserved by eCube Solutions. The aircraft flew with [read more]

A KLM Embraer lands at Cardiff Airport (Image: TransportMedia UK)
Civil Aviation

KLM to suspend flights from some UK airports until 2021

KLM has confirmed it is suspending flights from Amsterdam to Cardiff, Inverness and Southampton airports until February 2021. The move from Cardiff Airport comes after non-essential international air travel was banned from by the Welsh Government, which owns Cardiff Airport, and low demand on forward bookings. Cardiff flights will be [read more]