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CARDIFF AIRPORT is to lose Air Wales as a scheduled airline from 24 April although the operator will continue as a charter and executive carrier. In the meanwhile, other airlines are preparing to announce scheduled operations from Cardiff International on routes that Air Wales will be giving up. Aer Arann, which had earlier announced services between Cardiff and Brittany, plans to announce fares and schedules for six flights a week between Cardiff and Cork, starting on 24 April. Details will appear on their web site very shortly. Eastern Airlines is to take over Cardiff to Brussels, Aberdeen and Newcastle services on the same date. Also positive Air Southwest begins its twice-daily Cardiff to Manchester and Newquay flights on 10 April. Craftily easyJet is offering Air Wales customers a ”25 rebate to transfer to their Bristol services. This should cover surface transport costs.