With COP26 underway politically environmental change is much more of an issue so politicians will try and gain political points out of looking green. I personally don't think that the Welsh government would stop supporting Cardiff Airport but money for PSO routes and marketing deals might not be forthcoming in the future. The airport is an important part of the infrastructure of the country and no Welsh government could even contemplate it's closure. In my opinion it would be irresponsible of them.So what has changed in eight months? Has the government only become aware of climate change in recent weeks or is this, as others have suggested, an attempt to play to the climate change gallery?
The report says the deputy minister's comments were made in the Senedd. A Conservative MS's response is also quoted.has any other news outlet posted this info or just the amateur U.K. Aviation News?
my knowledge none of its editors have received official media qualifications.
bad news always sells a story and until the official line of the Welsh Government is to not support the airport then why listen to the voice of 1 man.
Have to agree, not the most reliable news source. Usually reporting on matters from hearsay or trying to post news as quick as possible to get there first, when is in fact an amateur news source rather than official media outlet.I have no doubt that comments have been made however a comment may not indicate a policy.
I was highlighting that maybe if every other usual airport bashing media has not reported it then it could be classed as a non-news event.
Plus the news outlet source isn’t the most professional of ones so may not be relied on so heavily as a source.
It's a niche subject so i doubt any of them really have the interest to delve into it and try and learn about the way airports and airlines operate and the business models around that.The meeting of the Public Accounts Committee last week, and the questioning of the Airport Senior Management, shows that MS's from both opposition and government parties have very little knowledge about the running of CWL.
Any of the committees setup generally have little knowledge of what their talking about. The Thomas Cook enquiry by the UK government was similar. There's been WG committees before on CWL and the lack of knowledge was astounding.The meeting of the Public Accounts Committee last week, and the questioning of the Airport Senior Management, shows that MS's from both opposition and government parties have very little knowledge about the running of CWL.