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Welsh Government appoints new Anglesey-Cardiff operator

Posted 13 March 2017 · Add Comment

Economy Secretary Ken Skates has announced that the Anglesey-Cardiff air service will operate as normal from Monday, ensuring no disruption to passengers, after the Welsh Government reached a deal with Eastern Airways to ensure that users of the service are not affected by the liquidation of airline Citywing.



Economy Secretary, Ken Skates, said: "I am grateful to Eastern Airways, the Civil Aviation Authority, Cardiff and Anglesey airports and the RAF at Valley for their support and help in making sure this necessary transition between providers has happened so quickly."

All tickets for the Cardiff-Anglesey Citywing service for travel next week will be honoured and passengers are asked to bring proof of their Citywing booking with them to the airport when they travel.

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