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Port Road
Rhoose Cardiff CF62 3BT

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Longuiel Close
Cardiff CF10 4EE

Holiday Inn Cardiff City Centre
Castle St.
Cardiff CF10 1XD

Copthorne Cardiff Caerdydd
Copthorne Way Culverhouse Cr
Cardiff CF5 6DH

The St Davids Hotel & Spa
Havannah Street
Cardiff CF10 5SD

Barcelo Cardiff Angel Hotel
Castle Street
Cardiff CF10 1SZ

Marriott Cardiff
Mill Lane
Cardiff CF10 1EZ

Miskin Manor Hotel And Health Club
Pendoylan Road, Miskin.
Hensol, United Kingdom

Hilton Cardiff
Cardiff CF10 3HH

Future Inns Cardiff Bay
Hemingway Road Cardiff Bay
Cardiff CF10 4JY

Park Plaza Cardiff
Grey friars Road
Cardiff CF10 3 AL

Copthorne Cardiff Caerdydd
Copthorne Way, Culverhouse Cross
Cardiff, United Kingdom

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About Cardiff Airport

Cardiff Airport is a small international airport that largely serves the city of Cardiff, as well as much of the rest of Wales. The airport is located in the city of Rhoose, which is about a twenty-minute drive from the Cardiff central business district. The airport was first established in the early 1940s for military purposes. Throughout World War II, the airport was largely used to help train pilots. Following the war, the military continued to use the airport as a training facility. However, by the mid 1950s, the airport was converted to primarily service passenger and cargo planes. Since then, the airport has continued to expand to become one of the most heavily used airports in Wales.

Today, the airport handles around 30,000 different passenger flights on an annual basis. Approximately 1.2 million travelers pass through the airport annually. About a dozen different international and regional airlines, including Flybe, Aer Lingus, and Thomson Airlines operate flights daily out of the airport. Travelers that are looking to come into the airport can find direct flights from several cities located in the UK and Western Europe, including Dublin, Amsterdam, and Zurich.

Once a passenger has arrived at the airport, they do have a few different options for getting into Cardiff. The airport operates a free shuttle service, which will take people to and from the Rhoose Cardiff International Airport Railway Station, which operates several trains each hour that can be used to connect into Cardiff, or a variety of other cities located in Wales.

Another option for getting to the final destination is to take a cab. Taxi stands exist outside of the baggage claim area. Flat rates are available for customers looking to go anywhere in the Cardiff area. Travelers could also rent a car from a few different car rental companies that have offices within the airport grounds.