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
Newport is just a 25 mile drive via the M4 motorway from Cardiff Airport. So for those planning to travel on by car after their flight, Newport is a comfortable 45 minute drive from the airport.
What’s more there are plenty of public transport options for those looking for a break from the roads. There are frequent connections from the airport to the mainline rail network at Cardiff Central station and you will quickly find yourself on a direct train carrying you into the heart of contemporary culture and abundant natural beauty that is Newport.
Cardiff Airport is Wales’s only main airport and offers plenty of inbound and outbound flights to a wide variety of destinations every day. The airport offers a range of food and drink options, including a coffee shop, bar and cafeteria. There are also two ATM machines at the airport.
As well as a couple of well stocked land-side shops with a wide selection of newspapers, sweets, books, snacks and tobacco, it probably comes as no surprise to discover that there is a Tax and Duty Free shop offering substantial savings on drink, fragrance, clothing and accessories to those taking a flight.
Cardiff Airport offers a variety of car hire options. Why not save yourself time when your flight lands and arrange your car hire through Expedia, picking yourself up a great deal while you’re at it?
14 airlines offer flights - 6 all year-round and 8 seasonally - from Cardiff to more than 50 direct destinations and over 900 connections. With connecting flights of only an hour from nearby airports such as Cork, Dublin, and Newcastle, and approximately two hours from slightly further afield European airports such as Paris and Amsterdam, connections tend to be just a short convenient hop.
UK passengers have the option of flying in to Cardiff from Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow (International), Newcastle and Norwich, on flights that can be as short as an hour, and no longer than an hour and a half.
Ever so slightly further away than Cardiff, Bristol Airport is on the UK side of the Severn River and just 35 miles from Newport. Bristol offers a similar range of facilities and services to Cardiff, as well as a number of further direct flight options - particularly across Europe. Bristol offers similar road and rail travel options to Newport, which would take about the same amount of time.
Situated as it is at the heart of some of the most beautiful countryside the British Isles have to offer there is never a bad time to visit Newport.
Newport’s proud heritage can be enjoyed at any time of year with sights such as the Newport Transporter Bridge, Newport Castle, Newport Cathedral and Tredegar House.
Nevertheless if you were to time your visit for the first weekend in July, you would also be able to enjoy the Caerleon Arts Festival, which offers a scintillating array of theatre, music and storytelling for all ages.