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Bus Éireann’s Expressway Offers Options For Dublin Airport Passengers

By Dave Simpson
Bus Éireann’s Expressway Offers Options For Dublin Airport Passengers

Expressway is encouraging holidaymakers to ditch their cars and to take the coach to Dublin Airport, ahead of one of the busiest weekends of the year for holidaymakers.


Dublin Airport operator DAA has confirmed that 425,000 passengers will pass through Dublin Airport this bank holiday weekend, and that all on-site parking spaces are already sold out. Therefore, DAA is advising airline passengers to avail of public transport when travelling to Dublin Airport, to avoid disappointment and delays.

Expressway is reiterating DAA’s message and encouraging Dublin Airport-bound passengers to avail of the coach service’s seven airport routes this weekend.

Andrew Yates, head of Expressway, said, “The June bank holiday weekend is an opportunity for holidaymakers across Ireland to enjoy some rest and relaxation without having to worry about the stress of airport car-parking. By choosing the coach when travelling to Dublin Airport this weekend, passengers can start their holiday early, knowing that they will get to the airport in comfort and on time.


“Expressway has over 13,000 seats available across the weekend, from counties Louth, Mayo, Sligo, Wexford and Waterford, with fares a fraction of car-parking costs. 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 suitcase and grab their passport to get their holiday started. The real-time function on the Expressway website allows you to see exactly where your coach is.”

More Information

For more information about Expressway services and to book a seat, visit

Read More: Dublin Airport To Host 425k Passengers During June Bank Holiday Weekend

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