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Cardiff Airport (Cardiff Airport)
Cardiff Airport (Maes Awyr Caerdydd) is the only airport offering commercial passenger services in Wales. It has been under the ownership of the Welsh Government since March 2013, operating at an arm's length as a commercial business. Passenger numbers were 1.66 million in 2019 and were increasing year-on-year. Since 2020, like most other airports, Cardiff Airport has suffered a major downturn in passengers due to the Covid-19 pandemic. These however have failed to recover, and passenger numbers are now down to those seen in the 1960s. Previously announced plans for a new terminal have failed to progress.

In March 2013, the Welsh Government purchased Cardiff International Airport Ltd (CIAL) from TBI Ltd for £52million.

The government operates CIAL at arm's length as a private limited company, having established WGC Holdco Limited as a holding company. The Welsh Government is the sole shareholder and states that it "operates in an independent and commercial manner, makes investment decisions on a commercial basis, and is liable for its own actions and any issues arising from the running of its business."

In June 2020, Wayne Harvey, the former Senior Managing Partner for Deloitte Wales, was appointed Chair of Cardiff Airport. He took over from Roger Lewis, who had served in the role since November 2015.

Since 2013, Cardiff Airport has seen improvements made to the terminal and surrounding infrastructure, customer service standards, as well as the introduction of new routes.

 
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