About Cardiff Airport
A key airport serving Wales, Cardiff Airport has over 1.6 million passengers annually (2019), with an impressive list over 50 direct destinations. The airport became a commercial airport in the 1950s, with the first flight - direct to Dublin - handled by Aer Lingus.
More flights to Ireland and France followed; an increased demand meant a new terminal was a welcome addition.
Airlines currently operating from Cardiff Airport include Aer Lingus, Air Malta, Eastern Airways, Flybe, Fly Thomas Cook, KLM and a few others.
If Cardiff Airport is your local airport, this Cardiff Airport Guide might be a useful source of information. It covers airport facilities, maps, hotels, taxi and transfer information, as well as shopping and entertainment available at the airport.