Wales Eyes Cardiff Airport Purchase

Credit: Cardiff Airport
The Welsh government is looking for ways to turn around the fortunes of its capital's long-suffering international airport. Since passenger numbers peaked at just over 2 million in 2007, the number of people using the airport—which sits 15 mi. to the west of the Welsh capital—have fallen by half...

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