The Liberal Democrats would remove public subsidies from flights between north and south Wales, the party decided today.
Rank-and-file members voted to do away with the Assembly Government’s investment in an air link between Cardiff and Anglesey.
The party said it would spend the money on “sustainable, more environmentally-friendly forms of public transport”.
Delegates at the Welsh Lib Dem conference in Swansea voted almost unanimously in favour of the policy which will go into the party’s manifesto for May’s Assembly election.
Proposing the motion, Ceredigion candidate John Davies said: “Why are we spending money on an air service when our train service is in dire straits across the whole of Wales?”