Private charter

Cardiff Airport is home to two corporate and private aviation flight companies:

Dragonfly
+44 1446 711144
www.dragonflyac.com

Signature Flight Support
+44 1446 712637
www.signatureflight.com

To book slots or for more information contact Dragonfly or Signature directly.

Please note: Signature Flight Support has now moved offices to the south side of the airport. Please contact Signature directly for directions and information.

 

Aeros Flying School

 

Cardiff Airport is also home to Aeros flight training, a company offering flying lessons and training for PPL or NPPL pilots licence based at the south side of the Airport.

Aeros offers both JAA and UK CAA flight training courses, and teach both the PPL and NPPL licences, IMC rating and Night Qualification. For more details call Aeros flight training on +441446 710000 or visit www.aeros.co.uk.

Aeros is based on the South Side of the airfield. From Cardiff Airport follow signs to the village of Rhoose, along Porthkerry Road. On the roundabout in the centre of the village take the third exit onto Rhoose Road (signposted F.R.P. 1). Follow the road to the top, and turn left before the orange gates to the fire station. Aeros is based in the White Building.

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