Cardiff Airport is a leading travel hub in South Wales, welcoming a range of domestic and international flights. It's the busiest airport in Wales, with over a million passengers passing through each year. A range of budget and international airlines serve the airport, with a wide selection of flights to European destinations and further afield. With over 50 direct flights & more than 900 connections. You can now fly with Qatar Airways from Cardiff Airport.
Cardiff Airport Summer Timetable 2018
Located around 19 kilometres west of Cardiff, near Rhoose, in the Vale of Glamorgan, the airport is accessible via car, bus, train or taxi from the city centre.
Getting to Cardiff Airport from the hotelThe Radisson Blu Hotel, Cardiff can be found near the city's main train and bus stations, so you can easily travel to and from the airport via whatever form of transportation you choose.
From the city’s central railway station, a train to Cardiff Airport runs every hour from Monday to Saturday, and every two hours on Sunday. A complimentary bus shuttle service is available for passengers with valid tickets which will take you from the train to the airport terminal.
For those who prefer the bus, there are several bus stops near Radisson Blu where you can pick up services to the Cardiff Airport terminal. Our staff will be happy to point you in the right direction.
If you're driving yourself, it's also easy to get from the hotel to the airport by car. The airport is located about 12 miles west of Cardiff and 10 miles from Junction 33 on the M4. For satnav users, Cardiff Airport's postcode is CF62 3BD. Alternatively, a taxi can be ordered to take guests directly from the Radisson Blu Hotel to the airport.