Cardiff Airport is the largest airport in Wales and is located 12 miles from Cardiff, in the village of Rhoose. A mixture of domestic and European services flies from the airport.
Cardiff Airport is located a few miles south-west of Cardiff, in the Vale of Glamorgan town of Rhoose. It is the largest airport in Wales and handles more than 2 million passengers every year. Serving UK and European destinations, the airport is a major source of revenue and employment in the area.
Cardiff Airport service more than 50 destinations with direct flights and can handle up to 25 aircraft movements every hour on its single runway. The airport also has its own railway station – Rhoose Cardiff Airport Station – which provides direct rail services to Cardiff.
Cardiff Airport is 10 miles from J33 of the M4 and is easily accessible from the surrounding area. Van hire is available from companies with branches close to the airport and terminal pickup and drop-off may be possible with prior arrangement. With prebooking, you should be able to access a full range of van types: