All 2 results for "cardiff international airport limited"

1. Questions to the First Minister: Digital Poverty (17 Jan 2023)

Darren Millar: relation to comments made by the First Minister during his exchange with the leader of the opposition during First Minister's questions. The First Minister indicated that the annual accounts for Cardiff International Airport Limited were in the public domain, and published every March. He indicated also that the accounts for the last financial year were already in the public domain....

1. Questions to the Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales: Cardiff Airport ( 3 Mar 2021)

Ken Skates: Officials are continuing to work with Cardiff International Airport Limited and their executive board to evaluate the impact of coronavirus on the airport, including, of course, future actions in relation to recovery options, and we intend to say more about that in the weeks and months to come. I am in no doubt, as I said to Russell George, that the airport has a very, very bright future.

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