Airport Travel Becomes a New Adventure
Published 30 July 2014
New Adventure Travel has been named as the company who will take over the T9 airport bus service.
Commencing on 17 August, the shuttle service between Cardiff, Cardiff Bay, and Barry and Cardiff International Airport will run on an amended timetable, with services running every 20 minutes in the summer, and every 30 in the winter.
Cllr Lis Burnett, cabinet member for transportation, said: “Following on from New Adventure Travel’s success with the popular 303/304 service I would like to wish them the best of luck with this new venture. Having the infrastructure in place, such as the express service and the Rhoose Railway station shuttle bus, will encourage more airlines to invest in and help the airport to grow. This can only be a good thing for the Vale of Glamorgan and Wales.”
Kevyn Jones, Managing Director of New Adventure Travel Ltd, was very pleased with the announcement, saying: “New Adventure Travel is delighted to have been awarded the contract. We look forward to working with the Welsh Government to make it a very successful service.”