Cardiff Airport is the national airport for Wales, welcoming over 1.65 million passengers a year, with over many direct routes available and a further 900+ destinations accessible via connections at hub airports, including Amsterdam Schiphol, Dublin and Paris Charles de Gaulle.
GETTING FROM CARDIFF AIRPORT
Trains run between the Airport and Cardiff Central station every hour, with a shuttle bus linking the Airport station (Rhoose) to the airport terminal.
Flightlink Wales offers reliable airport shuttle services, either exclusive or shared, taking you directly from the arrivals hall to your hotel. The service mainly operates from Cardiff Airport but also links Bristol, Heathrow and Gatwick Airports to Cardiff.
Find out more on their website or follow @Cardiff_Airport on social media for the latest updates.
Trains run hourly from Cardiff Central station and Bridgend station to Rhoose Cardiff Airport station. A complimentary shuttle bus service is available for passengers with a valid train ticket, which connects with all trains to carry passengers on the short journey to the airport terminal. Full facilities are available for passengers requiring special assistance.
Adventure Travel service 303/304 runs hourly and connects those travelling to, or from, Cardiff, the Vale of Glamorgan and Bridgend directly to Cardiff Airport.
You can get to Cardiff Airport easily by car by following the A4232, A4050 and A4226 from Cardiff. From the M4 heading westbound, take J33 to join the A4232. Cardiff Airport have drop-off, pick-up, short-stay and long-stay parking.
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Cardiff Airport, Rhoose, Barry, CF62 3BD