|Runway||Length (feet)||Width (feet)||Surface Type|
|Destination||IATA||Airlines Flying Route|
|Edinburgh||EDI||Air France, CityJet|
|Glasgow International||GLA||Air France, CityJet|
|Jersey||JER||Air France, Flybe, CityJet|
|Paris-Orly||ORY||Air France, CityJet|
|Amsterdam Schiphol||AMS||Alitalia, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines|
|George Best Belfast City||BHD||Flybe|
|Málaga||AGP||Iberia Airlines, Transavia France, Formosa Airlines|
|Alicante International||ALC||Iberia Airlines, Transavia France, Formosa Airlines|
|Barcelona International||BCN||Iberia Airlines, Formosa Airlines|
|Malta International||MLA||Air Malta|
|Dalaman International||DLM||Transavia France|
|Heraklion International Nikos Kazantzakis||HER||Transavia France|
|Larnaca International||LCA||Transavia France|
|Palma De Mallorca||PMI||Transavia France|
|Tenerife South||TFS||Transavia France, Thomsonfly|
Cardiff International Airport Destinations Map
Gallery and Facts
Brief history of Cardiff International Airport
Cardiff International Airports history stems back to the early 1940’s, when it was set up as a wartime satellite base and training facility, given the name RAF Rhoose. The airport was made commercial in 1952 when David Rees-Williams, a solicitor who had served as a Lieutenant-Colonel during the war, stated that there was a ‘great need’ for a commercial airport to be established in the South of Wales; The Welsh Government agreed with Rees-Williams and Aer Lingus were the first airline to set up a route to Dublin, from the newly names “Rhoose Airport”.
The airport swapped ownership in 2013 and is now owned by the Welsh Government, a move that has caused some controversy and passenger numbers had halved in 2015, compared to that of 2007, when a record 2.1 million passengers had passed through the airports gates.
Cardiff Airport Hotels, Airport parking and transfers
Need a nearby hotel or B&B before an early morning flight from Cardiff Airport? Head over to the Cardiff Airport Guide Hotel and B&B page to see a range of Cardiff accommodation services. You can also use the Cardiff Airport Guide if you’re in need of a transfer to or from the airport, they have a number of Cardiff taxi and private hire firms available for you to choose from.
Airport parking can be quite an expensive holiday extra, luckily for you, Airport Parking Shop is an airport parking comparison site that shows you the cheapest airport parking available and combined hotel and parking deals. Head over to their Cardiff Airport Parking page.