Cardiff Airport 'improve or sell'


The first minister has called on the owners of Cardiff Airport to invest in its future or put it up for sale.

Carwyn Jones said he had been in talks with potential buyers interested in a public-private partnership with the Welsh government taking a stake.

He has criticised Abertis for delays in a £26m investment plan and has said the airport gives a bad impression of Wales and is falling behind its rivals.

The Spanish firm says it has no plans to sell but would be open to offers.

Penny Roberts reports.

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