BRISTOL AIRPORT has announced a National Express service for transport to and from South Wales following the withdrawal of bus First Group.
The move ensures the continuation of the only direct public transport link between South Wales and Bristol Airport.
Cheaper than its predecessor, the service operates between Cardiff Bus Station and Bristol Airport, offering a direct public transport link for Welsh travellers who fly from the airport.
Operating 12 times a day in each direction, the 216 service is run by South Wales-based Edwards Coaches, reaching the airport from Cardiff in one hour and 20 minutes. It calls at Cardiff University and Newport Rail Station.
The new service is fully wheelchair-accessible.
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