Airport revamp group's take-off
A SPECIAL group set up by First Minister Carwyn Jones to look at securing a bright future for Cardiff Airport has met for the first time.
The Cardiff Airport Task Force will examine the competitive position of the airport and brings together the site's owners, the Welsh Government and business leaders.
Among the group's aims is to look at ways to improve the airport, grow the number of flights, expand connectivity with other countries, improve passengers' experience and boost economic investment.
The First Minister chaired the meeting which included representatives from Cardiff Airport, St Athan Enterprise Zone, British Airways Maintenance, CBI Wales, the South Wales Chamber of Commerce, Trade Unions, the Vale of Glamorgan County Council and the Welsh Local Government Association.
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Speaking after the meeting, the First Minister said: "Wales, as a confident European nation, needs a national airport we can all be proud of. I have established this new Task Force for one clear reason – to make sure Cardiff Airport grows and thrives.
"I want Cardiff Airport to realise its true potential as a modern, well connected success at the heart of our national infrastructure."