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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote pre Madonna Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Sep 2018 at 3:58pm
Originally posted by rossieman rossieman wrote:

Originally posted by Glen87 Glen87 wrote:

Any body on the bristol flight on thursday morning? We have two people on it - Could split a taxi to cardiff if interested? 

I notice you cant collect tickets for a trainline service at the airport so wondering if there is an alternative? 

any idea how much a taxi costs from Bristol airport to Cardiff ?


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Thats not too bad.£20 a head is reasonable.




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Originally posted by rossieman rossieman wrote:

Thats not too bad.£20 a head is reasonable.




You might be able to look up a hackney firm nearby and cut a deal too. That website is handy.
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UberX is Saying between £77 and £101 from bristol airport to cardiff
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Is anyone on the lunchtime flight to Birmingham with Ryanair tomorrow, and if so how are ye getting to Cardiff?
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Originally posted by cm79 cm79 wrote:

Is anyone on the lunchtime flight to Birmingham with Ryanair tomorrow, and if so how are ye getting to Cardiff?

Not on the flight but I'm taking a National Express coach from Birmingham to Cardiff at 1
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Originally posted by cm79 cm79 wrote:

Is anyone on the lunchtime flight to Birmingham with Ryanair tomorrow, and if so how are ye getting to Cardiff?
 
Flying from Shannon to Birmingham tomorrow evening and getting the train down and bus back on Friday. Using Megabus on the way back, few pound cheaper than National Express if times suit you.
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Originally posted by Glen87 Glen87 wrote:

Any body on the bristol flight on thursday morning? We have two people on it - Could split a taxi to cardiff if interested? 

I notice you cant collect tickets for a trainline service at the airport so wondering if there is an alternative? 

I'm on the 6.55 flight into Bristol landing at 8.10. Have a bus booked but would contribute to a  taxi to get to Cardiff faster
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Originally posted by davereilly davereilly wrote:

Originally posted by cm79 cm79 wrote:

Is anyone on the lunchtime flight to Birmingham with Ryanair tomorrow, and if so how are ye getting to Cardiff?

Not on the flight but I'm taking a National Express coach from Birmingham to Cardiff at 1
 
There’s a good few of us on that bus also👍
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Originally posted by foggy.nelson foggy.nelson wrote:

Originally posted by Glen87 Glen87 wrote:

Any body on the bristol flight on thursday morning? We have two people on it - Could split a taxi to cardiff if interested? 

I notice you cant collect tickets for a trainline service at the airport so wondering if there is an alternative? 

I'm on the 6.55 flight into Bristol landing at 8.10. Have a bus booked but would contribute to a  taxi to get to Cardiff faster

I’m on that flight too - I booked the train from Bristol mead to Cardiff - just need to get the airport bus from Bristol to train station 👍 train was only €25 for open return ticket the next day
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Anyone on the fast boat from Dublin to Holyhead in the morning - it's been rescheduled for 7:30, not 8:30.

Pain in the arse - means a taxi to the port now.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mandrake Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 Sep 2018 at 2:18pm
Originally posted by foggy.nelson foggy.nelson wrote:

Originally posted by Glen87 Glen87 wrote:

Any body on the bristol flight on thursday morning? We have two people on it - Could split a taxi to cardiff if interested? 

I notice you cant collect tickets for a trainline service at the airport so wondering if there is an alternative? 

I'm on the 6.55 flight into Bristol landing at 8.10. Have a bus booked but would contribute to a  taxi to get to Cardiff faster
 
bus to Cardiff station there is a ticket collection machine there, just put in your card...you might need a booking ref..
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Originally posted by foggy.nelson foggy.nelson wrote:

Originally posted by Glen87 Glen87 wrote:

Any body on the bristol flight on thursday morning? We have two people on it - Could split a taxi to cardiff if interested? 

I notice you cant collect tickets for a trainline service at the airport so wondering if there is an alternative? 

I'm on the 6.55 flight into Bristol landing at 8.10. Have a bus booked but would contribute to a  taxi to get to Cardiff faster
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Originally posted by SuperDave84 SuperDave84 wrote:

Anyone on the fast boat from Dublin to Holyhead in the morning - it's been rescheduled for 7:30, not 8:30.

Pain in the arse - means a taxi to the port now.


Maybe Morton's would adjust their schedule from Westmoreland Street?
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I doubt it - they still have to run a bus for the slow boat at 08:05 and I can't see them running two.
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2 of us on the 2.30 flight from Dublin to Cardiff tomorrow. If anyone else is on that and wants to split a taxi into centre then message me.
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The levels of homeless people in Cardiff is shocking. ShockedShocked
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Originally posted by irelandfan irelandfan wrote:

The levels of homeless people in Cardiff is shocking. ShockedShocked

Worse than Dublin?
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