According to a comment on a Facebook thread the Executive lounge now serves hot food. It's apparently serving soup now from lunchtime or just at lunchtime.
Still no hot breakfast which seems to be the main complaint but soup is better than nothing!
I had a conversation with someone on Facebook who basically told me I was talking nonsense about car parking being such an important part of the revenue of an airport these days and just as an important as things like landing fees yet landing fees and the like comprise...
It is in the end all about awareness of the service and even then airports like Heathrow are going to be attractive to many flyers especially if they are more price concious and not bothered about the journey to LHR which of course is shorter the further east you go from CWL.
The route though...
From Bristol airports point of view they would state they are there to provide destinations and flight choice and that if they didn't provide them another airport would.
Subsidies and perks and discounts are always going to be contentious. Some will say it's distorting the market but for an...
I wouldn't be surprised if EZY gets a special deal and most likely for certain routes gets 'help' for an initial period at least.
I don't think it would be classed as anti-competitive unless they were being paid to not operate from a neighbouring airport.
I think at the time he probably had a lack of understanding of the airport and the way things worked so was too vocal. One of the things I see a lot on social media is that the expectation of CWL is extremely high, too high in my opinion. There are many who think that it should be as an airport...
March's load factor for Cardiff was
It does seem a bit odd to me but the airport always seems to try and stress that it's also a service that benefits the South West so they must be hoping a sizeable amount of people from there will use it.