Handy information about the airport
- 10 miles East of Cardiff city centre
- Facilities to keep you entertained before you fly
- Pick up and drop off options are available
Cardiff International Airport began life in the early 1940s as a wartime satellite aerodrome for the RAF. Since that time Cardiff Airport has changed in countless different ways. Last year, for example, it flew to around 30 different destinations and was used by approximately 2.1 million passengers! From it's modest military beginnings, Cardiff International Airport has developed to become the 19th busiest airport in the UK.
Cardiff Airport is situated roughly 10 miles east from the city centre and is easily accessible from the M4. First come off the M4 at junction 33 and then follow the signs along the A4232, the A4050 and then A4226.
For those using satellite navigation systems, the following postcode may be of use :
The airport management have announced that they will start to implement their £100m redevelopment strategy. Vast refurbishment to the main terminal building will take place as well as an extension of its facilities and amenities.
Cardiff Airport offers many conveniences for its passengers. These include all sorts of bars, restaurants and cafes that include:
What's more, Cardiff have many quality shops and stores that can allow you to get that last minute retail therapy in.