Manx2 Anglesey Cardiff Flights Hope

by Sam Davies
(Wales) the Isle of Man company operating flights between Anglesey Airport and Cardiff Airport is understood to have tendered for the 4 year contract on this route.

Having taken over from the previous operator which went into administration, is very upbeat about the future for the airlink between Cardiff and Anglesey, according to Wales Air Network.

It appears passenger feedback is positive and this adds to the possibility that if successful in the current tender, the company would look to increase the number of flights between Anglesey and Cardiff.

Feedback suggests that while there was a slow start ot the service after taking over from the previous operator, the number of passengers using this route is now increasing.

In September Manx2 launched a month long non-subsidised service between the Isle of Man and Anglesey Airport at RAF Valley. At this stage it is not clear if the service will be offered again in 2011 and if so, for how long.

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Oct 03, 2010
Cardiff flight experience
by: Pete

Hi, just saw this. I'd like to say we had a pleasant flight on this new plane recently. it was so quick getting to Cardiff.

In the past we had to go down the A470 which was a gruelling 5 hour journey.

I never thought we could be in Cardiff in an hour from North Wales. Please keep the service open.

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