Cardiff International Airport is in talks with Middle East carriers Etihad and Emirates Airlines to use Cardiff, capital of Wales, as the most immediate point to the Gulf from the U.K. "Cardiff is operating at two-thirds its capacity, is not as congested as other metros in Britain and is on the same road as Heathrow," Head of Marketing Peter Phillips told The DAILY on the sidelines of the Showcase Wales tourism event. Once the Middle East gets connected, Cardiff will get hub ...
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