From Tuesday (3 March), a new Irish Airport coach service, Dublin Express, will start carrying passengers.
The first three routes will operate 72 services, 24hrs a day. The journeys have the fastest transfers between Dublin Airport and three city stops. A single journey is €6.
National Express won the contact to run Dublin Express in late 2019. Bernard Kavanagh Coaches will operate the routes. The coaches have reclining leather seats, more legroom, wi-fi and charging sockets with extra space for luggage.
John Boughton, Managing Director of National Express Ireland, says: “We’re excited to see the first of our coaches hit the roads.”
This launch is the start of a phased expansion of the service with additional services to increase frequency and include more stops.