Meetings

Cardiff Airport

This page gives details of any meetings held which will, or did, discuss the matter, and includes links to the relevant Papers, Agendas and Minutes.

Note: Meeting Agenda can change at short notice. Particularly where future meeting dates are indicated more than a week in advance. Please check before planning to attend a Committee Meeting that the item you are interested in has not been moved.

Meeting: 02/03/2020 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 3)

3 Cardiff Airport: Letter from the Welsh Government (24 February 2020)

Supporting documents:


Meeting: 02/03/2020 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 6)

Cardiff Airport: Consideration of evidence received

Minutes:

6.1 The Members considered the evidence received.


Meeting: 02/03/2020 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 4)

4 Cardiff Airport: Evidence Session with Cardiff Airport

Research Briefing

PAC(5)-08-20 Paper 2 – A review of Cardiff Airport’s performance and prospects in the context of current UK regional airport economics (Report by Northpoint Aviation, Travel & Tourism Consultants)

PAC(5)-08-20 Paper 3 - Cardiff Airport: current performance and business context (Report by Northpoint Aviation)

 

Roger Lewis – Chairman, Cardiff Airport

Deb Bowen Rees – Chief Executive Officer, Cardiff Airport

Huw Lewis - Finance Director and Company Secretary

Terry Morgan - Non-Executive Director, Cardiff Airport

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

4.1 Members questioned Roger Lewis, Deb Bowen Rees, Terry Morgan and Huw Lewis as part of their inquiry into Cardiff Airport.


Meeting: 06/01/2020 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 5)

5 Cardiff Airport: Letter from the Welsh Government (13 December 2019)

PAC(5)-01-20 Paper 2 – Letter from the Welsh Government

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

5.1 The Members discussed the letter and also the headlines from Cardiff Airport’s Annual Report and Accounts 2018-19, which were published in late December 2019.

5.2 The Committee agreed that the Chair should write to the Government, seeking further clarification on a number of issues, ahead of their proposed scrutiny session later this term.


Meeting: 18/11/2019 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 7)

7 Cardiff Airport: Consideration of Letter from Welsh Government (30 October 2019)

PAC(5)-29-19 Paper 3 – Letter from Welsh Government

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

7.1 The Committee noted the letter and agreed to discuss further on receipt of additional information expected from the Welsh Government.

 

 


Meeting: 30/09/2019 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 2)

2 Cardiff Airport: Letter from the Minister for Economy and Transport (20 September 2019)

Supporting documents:


Meeting: 23/09/2019 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 5)

Cardiff Airport: Consideration of evidence received

Minutes:

5.1 Members considered the evidence received and agreed that they would find a visit to the airport beneficial.


Meeting: 23/09/2019 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 2)

2 Cardiff Airport: Evidence Session with the Welsh Government

Research Briefing

PAC(5)-22-19 Paper 1 – Welsh Government

PAC(5)-22-19 Paper 2 – Welsh Government Written Statement: UK response to the Welsh Affairs Committee report into the Devolution of Air Passenger Duty to Wales (6 September 2019)

 

Andrew Slade - Director General, Economy, Skills & Natural Resources Group, Welsh Government

Simon Jones – Director, Economic Infrastructure, Welsh Government

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

2.1 The Committee received evidence from Andrew Slade, Director General, Economy, Skills & Natural Resources Group and Simon Jones, Director, Economic Infrastructure, Welsh Government on Cardiff Airport.

2.1 Simon Jones declared an interest as Chair of Holdco.

2.3 Andrew Slade agreed to send additional information on:

·         The number of routes and destinations Thomas Cook operated from Cardiff Airport;

·         What data the Welsh Government has published in relation to the value of the PSO subsidy, passengers numbers and the assessment of the value for money of the service for the previous contracts for the Intra-Wales Air Service; and

·         Confirm whether the number of Border Force personnel has increased at the airport as part of the contingency planning for Brexit.

2.4 The Chair agreed to write to the Welsh Government seeking clarification on a number of financial performance issues relating to Cardiff Airport.


Meeting: 03/06/2019 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 5)

Cardiff Airport: Consideration of evidence received

Minutes:

5.1 Members considered the evidence received.


Meeting: 03/06/2019 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 3)

3 Cardiff Airport: Evidence Session with Cardiff Airport

Research Briefing

PAC(5)-14-19 P1 – Cardiff Airport

 

Roger Lewis – Chairman, Cardiff Airport

Deb Barber – Chief Executive Officer, Cardiff Airport

Huw Lewis - Finance Director and Company Secretary

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

3.1 Members received evidence from Roger Lewis, Debra Barber and Huw Lewis from Cardiff Airport as part of the inquiry into Cardiff Airport’s current performance.


Meeting: 03/12/2018 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 4)

4 Cardiff Airport: Update from the Welsh Government on the implementation of the Committee's Recommendations

PAC(5)-32-18 Paper 4 – Update from the Welsh Government

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

4.1 Members considered the letter from the Director General, Economy, Skills and Natural Resources Group and agreed to:

·       Seek further clarification on a number of the points; and

·       Schedule an evidence session for the summer 2019 term to examine the airport’s performance together with its medium to long-term plans for future development.


Meeting: 26/02/2018 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 3)

3 Cardiff Airport: Correspondence from the Welsh Government (2 February 2018)

Supporting documents:


Meeting: 27/11/2017 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 3)

3 Cardiff Airport: Update from the Welsh Government

PAC(5)-30-17 Paper 1 – Update from the Welsh Government

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

3.1 Members noted the update and agreed to write to the Welsh Government highlighting concerns about the length of time taken to appoint an external board Member to Holdco and requesting an explanation about why it has taken so long.


Meeting: 08/05/2017 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 2)

2 Cardiff Airport: Letter from the Welsh Government (30 March 2017)

Supporting documents:


Meeting: 23/01/2017 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 3)

3 Cardiff Airport: Letter from the Welsh Government (16 January 2017)

Supporting documents:


Meeting: 12/12/2016 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 2)

2 Cardiff Airport: Additional information from the Welsh Government (28 November 2016)

Supporting documents:


Meeting: 14/11/2016 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 4)

4 Cardiff Airport: Welsh Government response to Fourth Assembly Committee's Report

Research Briefing

PAC(5)-09-16 Paper 1: Welsh Government Response

PAC(5)-09-16 Paper 2: Response from Cardiff International Airport Limited (CIAL)

PAC(5)-09-16 Paper 3: Letter from the Auditor General for Wales

 

James Price – Deputy Permanent Secretary, Economy, Skills and Natural Resources Group, Welsh Government

Simon Jones – Director Transport and ICT Infrastructure, Welsh Government

Mick McGuire - Director, Sectors and Business, Welsh Government

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

4.1 Member’s noted the Welsh Government’s response to the previous Committee’s recommendations from their inquiry into the Acquisition of Cardiff Airport.

4.2 The Committee questioned James Price, Deputy Permanent Secretary, Economy, Skills and Natural Resources Group and Simon Jones, Director Transport and ICT Infrastructure, Welsh Government on Acquisition of Cardiff Airport.

4.3 James Price agreed to:

·       Send details of the performance indicators that have been developed by Holdco;

·       The impact the Future Generations Act 2015 will have on the operation of Cardiff Airport;

·       Share the correspondence in relation to the role of the Chair of CIAL on the Holdco Board;

·       Send a copy of the Master Plan for Cardiff Airport, when available, in 2017;

·       Provide an update on the instrument landing system; and

·       Advised that he would revisit the due diligence applied to Cardiff Aviation and comment accordingly.


 

 

You are in :

  1. Home
  2. Senedd Business

Partners & Help