Cardiff Airport

Cardiff Airport is an international airport which is owned by the Welsh Government that serves cities including Cardiff and more areas around it. It serves the rest of South, Mid and West Wales. In 2013, around 1.1 million passengers travelled using the airport, a 4% increase was noticed compared with 2012. The airport is located Rhoose, a village in Vale of Glamorgan. It is situated only 12 miles west of the Cardiff’s city centre.

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Cardiff Airport

Cardiff Airport is the best choice for most travelers for passengers who have their final destinations at areas near to Cardiff. Since it is well connected by numerous routes and transportation links, passengers are allowed to travel to practically anywhere in that particular area.

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Cardiff Railway Station

The closest railway station that is located in the same village as the airport is known as the Rhoose Cardiff International Airport railway station at the Vale of Glamorgan Line. Getting to the railway station is quite easy since it is linked by a regular shuttle bus to the departures terminal. Arrival Trains Wales also provides standard services to Cardiff Central Station and Bridgend, making effective connections to the South Wales Main Line.

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Cardiff Airport Bus

Cardiff Bus, Veolia Transport Cymru  and  EST Buses are also a reliable way to travel through the city. These buses serve the airport and also provide regular shuttle services to the Cardiff central bus station and the Vale of Glamorgan.

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Airport Taxi

Traveling by road is another wise way to reach any destination at time. It can be a little costly, especially if you are choosing rental cars or hiring a taxi, but for reliable and affordable transportation you can easily book online for Cardiff airport taxi here. Roads are well developed and stops are well signposted. The routes are very well directed, allowing people understand the roads, creating ease of the passengers. M4 junction 33, junction 37 and M4 junction 34 connect the airport to different areas including Cardiff West, Pyle, Cowbridge , Miskin and Hensol. Public transportation through these junctions is the best choice, since it is cheaper than taxis and cars. The fare does not really cost that much, and it is specially quite beneficial for foreigners since there are minute chances of getting lost in the way and losing track.

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