Cardiff Transport – Rail, Coach, Bus
Cardiff airport is easily accessible from England via the M4 and from further North in Wales by both private and public transport. Explore the options below to find out which method of getting to Cardiff is best for you.
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Cardiff by Car
Travelling to Cardiff by car is a great option for most people as it’s so convenient! If you have your own car, there are plenty of afforadable airport parking options to choose from, as well as the option of booking a hotel the night before – many airport hotels even offer stay and park packages, where the cost of your parking is included in the price of your stay . This is a reasonably priced option and saves you the hassle of having to get up at the crack of dawn to travel for an early flight!
You can find out much more about directions, and view interactive transportation and terminal maps by visiting our Cardiff Maps & Directions page.
Cardiff Airport by Coach
National Express operates some services to Cardiff Cardiff Coach Sation from a number of destinations across the UK. To find out if they travel from a location near you, check timetables and to purchase your tickets online, visit their website
To get from Cardiff Coach Station to the Airport, you can catch a choice of buses as detailed below, or even book a taxi.
Cardiff Airport by Bus
You can also catch the 905 Bus Service from the train station for as little as £1 each way.
Cardiff Airport by Taxi
Taxis are a great, hassle-free and convenient way to get to the airport. There are over 300 taxi companies serving Cardiff Airport and the surrounding areas, many of which specialise in airport taxis and can offer great rates.
Find cheap airport taxis near you by checking out our Cardiff airport Taxi Listings.
The listings include contact details and a description of each company’s services to help you book a taxi to suit your needs.
Cardiff Airport by Train
There is a rail link which connects Rhoose Cardiff International station with Cardiff Central and Bridgend. Trains run in each direction every hour and connections to stations around the country can be made from here Cardiff.
Cardiff is served by regular, direct InterCity and Alphaline trains.
Train times, cheapest fare finders and discounts on UK attractions can be found from thetrainline.com. Booking in advance can save you up to 43% as opposed to booking at the train station, so it’s worth getting your tickets sorted online today!
Disabled passengers should arrange assistance at least 24 hours before their journey by contacting the relevant train company direct.