Probably lack of warehousing and cold storage. Most airports tend to have some sort of business park next to them but Cardiff doesn't really have one.The airport should diversify more towards cargo. Any contributors to this forum aware of what is holding the airport back from this strategy? Bonded warehouses, customs clearance etc?
That's too easy! LolWhy don't they ask the airport before they go to "print".
Pretty sure WalesOnline are more left leaning. It's surprising though how many people don't realise that people are still flying in and out of the country.Walesonline are really not good at reporting anything to do with Cardiff Airport.
They do not have the facts,but still put out potentially damaging headlines.
Its like they have political preferences, that try to undermine the Welsh Government.
Is RT Davies on the payroll?
Why don't they ask the airport before they go to "print".
Wales Online is owned by Reach plc, formerly Trinity Mirror plc. Reach owns around 240 regional newspaper titles as well as a number of mainstream newspapers such as the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, Daily Express, Sunday Express and others.That's too easy! Lol
Pretty sure WalesOnline are more left leaning. It's surprising though how many people don't realise that people are still flying in and out of the country.
I suppose the idea would be that it provides incentive for airline's to switch to bio fuel though I believe there's an international agreement in place over aviation fuel taxes.So it would like to see measures that would be likely to see more flights from CWL whilst at the same time demanding a duty on aviation fuel that might have the opposite effect as fares would rise.
This is what i could find with reference to Cardiff Airport in Labour's manifesto.