Any unattended items found should not be moved and should be brought to the attention of a member of security staff or to the Customer Services Agents.

Travellers enquiring about lost property should call the airport's switchboard on +441446 711111 and choose the 'lost property' option to leave a voicemail. The voicemail should include a full description of the item, the time, date and location where it was last seen and your contact details. The enquirer's call will only be returned if the item is found.

Lost property which has been found at the airport will be available for collection from 6pm - 8pm, 7 days a week over the summer season (May - Oct), and throughout the day, 7 days a week during the winter season (Nov - Apr).

If property has been left on an aircraft, please contact the relevant airline, tour operator or handling agent. Click here for contact details.

P&O cruises

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Jun

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Iberia Express resumes Cardiff to Madrid route today Arrow

Fly twice weekly to the Spanish capital from today...

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Jun

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15 months of consecutive growth at Cardiff Airport Arrow

Over 1.51 million customers now choosing Cardiff...

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Jun

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Flybe reinforces commitment to Cardiff on third anniversary Arrow

Celebrating three years of Flybe's base at Cardiff Airport...

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May

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Over 45,000 passengers are preparing to jet off for half term getaway Arrow

Cardiff Airport is preparing for a busy half term week, with more than 45,000 passengers expected to travel from Wales’ national Airport for a ...

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May

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UK Airport’s Safety Week a Success at Cardiff Airport Arrow

Cardiff Airport wraps up its third ‘UK Airports Safety Week’ in conjunction with the Airport Operators Association (AOA).

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May

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KLM celebrates 30 year partnership with Cardiff Airport Arrow

  KLM today celebrates its 30 year anniversary of operating between Cardiff and Amsterdam - connecting Wales to the Dutch capital and onwards to ...

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May

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UK Airports Safety Week launches at Cardiff Airport Arrow

Cardiff Airport has launched its third ‘UK Airports Safety Week’ in conjunction with the Airport Operators Association (AOA).

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May

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Cardiff Airport hits 1.5m milestone Arrow

1.5 million customers now choosing to fly from Cardiff...

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May

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Qatar Airways has landed at Cardiff Airport Arrow

The first ever Qatar Airways flight jetted into Cardiff Airport today...

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Apr

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Iberia Express Cardiff to Madrid service returns Arrow

Twice weekly flights to the Spanish capital return on 14th June following positive customer feedback during its first season of ...

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