After the Welsh Government s acquisition of the gateway, Cardiff Airport has hired Jon Horne, its former managing director as its new CEO.
What does EGFF stand for?
EGFF stands for Cardiff Airport (UK, ICAO code)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
NORTH Wales Tory AMs last night criticised the PS52m purchase of Cardiff airport by the Welsh Government.
CARDIFF Airport recorded its lowest passenger numbers since 1997 last year, new figures confirm, but experts believe the terminal is now on the up.
Mar 30, 2006 Cardiff Airport Cardiff Airport has a "wish list" with flights to Germany at the top, according to managing director John Horne.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD A Virgin Atlantic flight from Newark, US to Gatwick, UK was diverted to Cardiff Airport on 28 December due to bad weather conditions at Gatwick.
1 million Welsh passengers annually, slightly higher than the number using Cardiff Airport and the highest figure for Welsh passengers of any airport in the UK.
Byline: TOM BODDEN Welsh Affairs Correspondent FIRST Minister Carwyn Jones announced plans yesterday to buy Cardiff airport to bring it back into public ownership.
uk CARDIFF Airport is on course to record its lowest annual passenger numbers in 15 years, new figures show.