Expressway Prepares their Dublin Airport Shuttle ahead of the Summer

Holidaymakers travelling to Dublin Airport this summer are being encouraged to ditch their cars and opt for coach travel, with Expressway, Ireland’s largest commercial inter-regional coach service, offering 7 routes nationwide that travel direct to Dublin Airport.

Expressway services operate from Dundalk, Sligo, Ballina, Waterford, Wexford, Letterkenny and Donegal direct to the door of Dublin Airport.

This year, Dublin Airport expects more than 10 million passengers between May and August.  Expressway is advising customers to opt for coach travel rather than taking the car to avoid toll charges, car parking fees and lengthy delays in traffic.

Andrew Yates, Head of Expressway said, “Coach travel is a great option for holidaymakers across Ireland travelling to Dublin Airport to enjoy some rest and relaxation without having to worry about tolls charges and the stress of airport car parking. By choosing the coach when travelling to Dublin Airport this summer, passengers can start their holiday early knowing that they will get to the airport in comfort and on time.

“Expressway has 7 different routes nationwide that travel direct to Dublin Airport that you can choose from and with fares a fraction of car-parking costs, there is no better way to travel. We encourage passengers to secure their seats now by visiting Passengers who have booked in advance will be guaranteed priority boarding, a seat on their selected service, and peace of mind knowing that all they have to do is pack their suitcases and grab their passport to get their holiday started. The real-time function on the Expressway website also allows you to see exactly where your coach is.”

All of Expressway’s services drop off right outside the front door of Terminal 2 and all return services depart from Zone 12 or 13 on the Atrium Road. If your travel plans change you can always amend your ticket online and you can stay up to date, tracking your bus by using Expressway’s Real Time Passenger Information service at:

(Source: Bus Éireann)

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