Bus Ã‰ireann Operating 600 Daily Services to and from Irish Airports
Following the return of travel through Irish airports, Bus Éireann would like to make intending air passengers aware that it operates over 600 daily services to and from Irish airports from destinations across the country.
Bus Éireann provides the most comprehensive network of services to Irish airports with regular services from across the country to Dublin Airport, Shannon Airport, Cork Airport, Ireland West Airport Knock and Kerry Airport. Bus Éireann offers a range of direct routes to the airports from a wide range of locations, as well as connecting services from around the country via its integrated national network.
The following services are available to and from Irish airports:
Dublin Airport – More than 380 daily services from 12 direct routes or connections from Busaras via the Airlink. These include late night and early morning services.
Direct routes to Dublin Airport include:
The only 24 hour inter-city service on the island - Dublin-Dublin Airport-Belfast.
Dublin Airport-Arklow-Gorey-Wexford-Rosslare, which has an hourly service between 5am and 9pm and then every two hours between 9pm and 5am.
Donegal-Dublin Airport-Dublin, which includes a 2am service ex Donegal for customers catching early morning flights.
Cork Airport – More than 80 daily services including a frequent direct coach service between Cork Airport and Cork city centre (Parnell Place), which can be used to connect to the integrated network to travel to the rest of Cork and country.
Shannon Airport – More than 130 daily services with all services on the Galway/Limerick/Cork corridor passing through the Airport. Customers can also avail of frequent direct coach services between Shannon Airport and Limerick City, and Shannon Airport and Ennis.
Ireland West Airport Knock – 14 services a day to the Airport – seven from Sligo and seven from Galway. Customers can connect to the company’s integrated network at Charlestown.
Kerry Airport – 20 services a day to Kerry Airport from locations such as Tralee, Killarney, Cork, Waterford, Rosslare Harbour, Limerick and Castleisland. Customers can connect to the company’s entire integrated network at Cork and Limerick bus stations.
Bus Éireann also offers a range of tourist passes designed to provide excellent value and flexibility of travel. These passes allow for unlimited travel on the company’s nationwide network of coach services.
For further information, please visit www.buseireann.ie.
Wednesday, 21st April, 2010