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 all year round. 

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

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Jun

Latest news:

The search for Cardiff Airport’s next Chair is underway Arrow

New Chair will lead the national airport for Wales in in the next phase of its exciting journey...

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Jun

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Unanimous agreement of Welsh Affairs Committee: Devolve Air Passenger Duty to Wales by 2021 Arrow

Cardiff Airport welcomes the report published today [Tuesday 11 June] by the Welsh Affairs Committee into the devolution of Air Passenger Duty (APD).

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Jun

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Ryanair's first Cardiff flight to Malaga takes off Arrow

Ryanair, Europe’s No. 1 airline, yesterday (4 June) celebrated the first flight on its new Cardiff to Malaga route.

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May

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Flybe announces 2019-20 winter schedule from Cardiff Arrow

Flights on 8 routes plus added flights to Dublin, Edinburgh and Paris...

24

May

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Fourth UK Airports Safety Week a success at Cardiff Airport Arrow

13th - 19th May...

10

May

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Cardiff Airport calls for APD to be devolved Arrow

Cardiff Airport has reinforced its position on the matter – calling for the tax to be devolved and then reduced or abolished.

10

May

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Cardiff Airport calls for APD to be devolved Arrow

Cardiff Airport has reinforced its position on the matter – calling for the tax to be devolved and then reduced or abolished.

7

May

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Qatar Airways celebrates First Anniversary at Cardiff Airport Arrow

Since launching in May 2018, Qatar Airways has connected passengers in Wales and the South West to over 160 destinations worldwide.

3

May

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Cardiff Airport reaches 1.6 million passengers Arrow

The end of April 2019 marked an important milestone for Wales’ national airport in terms of passenger growth.

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May

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New TUI flights and holidays take off from Cardiff Airport Arrow

Flights to Croatia, Egypt and Italy Summer 2020 holidays also on sale ...

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