Row over Anglesey to Cardiff airlink after passenger numbers fall by more than a QUARTER
The Welsh Government has launched a review into the future of the Anglesey to Cardiff airlink.
It comes after it was revealed that passenger numbers using the service have dropped by more than a quarter.
The twice per weekday flights between Anglesey and Cardiff Airports, launched in 2007, received over £1m of Welsh Government subsidies during 2015/16.
But figures uncovered by the Welsh Conservatives yesterday revealed a 25.4% fall in passenger numbers.
Between January and August this year 5,925 passengers used the service, compared to 7,941 people during the same period in 2015.
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