Will use KLM again.
Our pilot was the best
Amsterdam flight from Cardiff. Quick. Easy. Friendly staff. Perfect - would def use again.
My partner fell ill could not fly She is 77didnot realise there was a 75 limit
20 minute delay on departure but a very good flight and service
Happy with the journey timing was very good
Easy and cheap
I thought the staff were very welcoming and were helpful throughout the flight.
A good trip
Barry is ideally situated just 5 miles to the east of Cardiff Airport. This means it is easy to reach from most destinations. You can almost smell the fresh sea air as your plane touches down and it won’t be long after your flight arrives before you are enjoying the golden sandy beaches and the seaside attractions.
Cardiff Airport is the major international airport in Wales and is located in the Vale of Glamorgan at Rhoose. More than a million passengers pass through the airport every year and there is a wide variety of inbound flights and a great selection of outbound destinations.
The airport provides everything that travellers may need: there are hotels on the doorstep, ATMs and exchange kiosks are in plentiful supply, there are places to freshen up and a good choice of car hire desks.
If you are going to need a car during your stay in Barry you can arrange your car hire through Expedia, and pick yourself up a great deal whilst saving yourself time when your flight lands.
Over 14 airlines fly to destinations around the world from Cardiff Airport. Direct flights are available both within Europe and internationally. The most popular domestic routes include Edinburgh, Glasgow International, Belfast, Aberdeen and Newcastle.
UK flights to Cardiff Airport generally take an hour but there are some that involve more than one stop which can lead to much longer flight times. If this is the case with flights available to you your best bet is to check for alternative flights to Bristol.
Many carriers, such as KLM, flying to Cardiff do not fly direct. If this is the case there is often an alternative option of flying to Bristol Airport directly and taking the rest of the journey by road or rail. It would take about an hour and a quarter by road or an hour and a half by train (with departures every 40 minutes).
Cardiff Airport is situated just 5 miles from Barry. In about 10 minutes by car, taking the A4226, you will be heading towards Barry Island. There are regular trains from the airport that will take you directly to Barry and a taxi rank is located just outside the airport entrance should you need it.
From Bristol the M4 offers you the quickest route to Barry. If you want to explore the countryside and coast around Barry you can arrange a car hire with Expedia and make sure you waste no time when your flight lands. With the minimum of fuss you can get driving out of the airport and towards Barry.
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