Cardiff Airport Guide

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Getting there by Car

The airport is situated in Rhoose, 12 miles west of Cardiff City Centre. Exit Junction 33 on the M4 and follow the A4232. Take the first exit off the A4232 at Culverhouse Cross and follow signs to the airport along the A4050 and A4226. From the North take the M5 down to Junction 15 and then take the M4 across the Severn Bridge, to Junction 33. Short Stay and long term parking is available at the airport, there is a courtesy bus from the Long Stay car park to the terminal

Getting there by Taxi

Cardiff Air Taxis are available for hire 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Advance bookings can be made for arriving and departing passengers. Disabled assistance is available and cars can cater for wheelchair users if requested.

Getting there by Bus / Coach

The National Express Coach Service operates regular direct services to Cardiff Central Bus Station.

Cardiff Bus: The Airbus X91 dedicated airport service, supplemented by service number 95, operates between Cardiff's city centre and the airport. Other services include: Service 345- operated by EST Bus, Service X5- operated by First, Service X45- operated by Shamrock. For more details call Traveline.

Getting there by Train

There is a rail link which connects Rhoose Cardiff International station with Cardiff Central and Bridgend. Trains run in each direction every hour and connections to stations around the country can be made from here Cardiff.