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Flights between Cardiff and Anglesey will continue long term, First Minister Carwyn Jones has announced today.

First published:
5 July 2017
Last updated:

This was published under the 2016 to 2021 administration of the Welsh Government

The Intra Wales Service is the quickest way of travelling between north and south Wales, allowing business travellers and tourists to travel across the country and return in a day without the need for an overnight stop.

First Minister Carwyn Jones said: 

“Following a thorough review in 2016, I’m pleased to announce the Intra Wales Air Service between Cardiff and Anglesey will continue.

“The review found that, while the service has faced difficulties in the past - not least in terms of former operators - it provides a quick and convenient way to travel between north and south Wales, which is vital for our economy.

“The review recommended not only retaining the air link, but also helping it to grow. We are now looking at how the scope of the route can be expanded over the next 4 years and beyond, to help boost the Welsh economy.

“The competitive procurement of a long-term operator will begin in the next few months. In the meantime, the current operator, Eastern Airways, will continue to deliver the service, ensuring there is no disruption for passengers.”