Turbulent times for Cardiff Airport

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Spain's leading low fare airline, Vueling, begins flights from Cardiff to Barcelona this weekend, but these are turbulent times in the Welsh aviation industry.

First Minister Carwyn Jones has said he will chair a new group looking at the future of Cardiff Airport.

It comes after he criticised the owners, Abertis, and said he would not want to welcome visitors to Wales through the Rhoose site because it gives a bad impression of the country.

Brian Meechan reports

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