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Cardiff airport sees over 1 million passengers pass through the terminal each year.
The original Cardiff Airport operated at Pengam Moors from 1931 to 1954. Cambrian Airways a major Welsh Airline was born here and operated here for many years. Construction work commenced on the existing site in 1941 and the airfield officially began life in 1942. In the early 1950’s Air Lingus started a service to Dublin and soon after a new terminal building followed which allowed flights to France, Cork and Belfast. Now Cardiff Airport offers flights all over Europe.
Cardiff Airport is located approximately 12 miles west of the city centre in the village of Rhoose. There is access via Junction 33 of the M4. A rail link connects Rhoose Cardiff International Airport Station to Cardiff Central and Bridgend. Travelling by bus to Cardiff Airport is easy, with good connections between the airport and Cardiff City Centre.