We have all heard of luggage ending up at the wrong holiday destination but now it seems that passengers can suffer the same fate too! A family from Cardiff has found out the hard way that not only does it help to have paid attention in Geography class but also that you should take nothing at face value and check your boarding pass carefully before stepping on the plane.
Strange goings on have been reported around Cardiff Airport recently, with a police helicopter unit reporting the sighting of a suspected UFO.
BMI has announced that it is to cut flights from Cardiff Airport this winter, as reported in the South Wales Echo. The decision comes as a result of the recent surges in the cost of oil, and the airline has stated that it needs to act with care in order to protect its long-term future.
Passengers travelling through Cardiff Airport could soon experience a far simpler and easier check-in experience, as budget airline Flybe has just become the first company to install self-service check-in kiosks at the airport.
Cardiff residents who are hoping to jet off for some early summer sunshine will now be considering learning Catalan as bmibaby has recently launched direct flights from Cardiff Airport to Barcelona.
Those wishing to drop off friends and relatives at Cardiff Airport will soon be hit with a new parking charge at the previously free car park, irrespective of how long their stay is.
There will be celebrations on Friday at Cardiff International Airport to mark the first anniversary of flights from Cardiff to the Valley, close to Holyhead in Anglesey. The route is the first air service to have bridged the north-south divide in Wales and has been hugely popular carrying over 14,000 passengers over the past twelve months.