Save on your holiday costs this summer by travelling to Ireland West Airport Knock with Bus Ã‰ireann
Sligo holidaymakers can save money on their holiday costs before they leave the country by taking Bus Éireann’s daily services from Sligo to Ireland West Airport Knock on its Expressway Route 64 service.
Travelling by Bus Éireann to Ireland West Airport Knock means that customers don’t have to worry about driving early in the morning or late at night, or about fuel costs and car parking fees.
Bus Éireann operates services from Sligo to Ireland West Airport Knock at 06:00 (Mon-Sat); 08:00 (Mon-Sun); 10:00 (Mon-Sat); 12:00 (Mon-Sun); 14:00 (Mon-Sun); 16:00 (Mon-Sun) and 18:00 (Mon-Sun).
Services from Ireland West Airport Knock to Sligo operate at 07:45 (Mon-Sat); 10:30 (Mon-Sun); 12:15 (Mon-Sat); 13:45 (Mon-Sun); 15:55 (Mon-Sun); 17:45 (Mon-Sun) and 20:55 (Mon-Sun).
“Travelling by Bus Éireann to or from Ireland West Airport Knock is the most cost effective way to begin or end your holiday this summer. We want to encourage people to see the benefits of using the bus by sitting back, relaxing and enjoying getting to their destination in plenty of time,” said Rory Leahy, Regional Manager, North-West, Bus Éireann.
Since it started operation in 1986, Ireland West Airport Knock has become more and more popular as a destination for passengers coming in and out of the country. The airport now serves over 25 International Destinations with scheduled flights to 9 destinations in the UK – Birmingham, Manchester, London Stanstad, Luton, Leeds, Liverpool, East-Midlands, Bristol, London Gatwick and Edinburgh.
Ireland West Airport Knock is an essential part of the region and a vital part for the future growth of tourism in the North West and West of Ireland. Thousands of tourists arrive each year to the North and West regions of Ireland.
This year four new routes have been added to the Ireland West Airport Knock network including Edinburgh, Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Lanzarote. The airport also has a number of charter holidays destinations such as Croatia, Faro and Lanzarote. These are all very popular destinations for families over the summer season.“We are delighted with the service Bus Éireann continues to provide for passengers flying out of and into Ireland West Airport Knock. It’s a huge benefit both to the region and the airport to have these services available and we hope they go from strength to strength over the coming months,” said Donal Healy, Sales & Marketing Manager for Ireland West Airport Knock.
Monday, 25th July, 2011