Airlink Express Airport Bus

Looking to travel between Dublin airport and city centre? Look no further than Airlink. This bus service offers easy, affordable and quick airport transfers, with over 200 services per day. Please click here to view the schedule.

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About Airlink

The Airlink Express is a bus service that travels between Dublin Airport and Dublin City Centre. It operates on a fast route through Dublin Tunnel, with services running 7 days a week between 4.45am (06:30am on Sunday) and 00.30am. There are two routes to choose from: the 747 travels between the airport and Heuston Station, and the 757 between the airport and Iveagh Gardens. Buses call at a number of stops along the way, all well situated for central accommodation. There's free wifi available on board the bus, and plenty of space to stow your luggage. With over 200 services operating per day, you won’t wait long on arrival (or departure), which gives you more time to enjoy your Dublin city break. Please click here to view the schedule and stops.

Where To Board Airlink

At Dublin Airport there are Airlink stops outside both Terminal 1 & 2. In Dublin City Centre, there are over 50 stops in key locations, including O’Connell Street, Central Bus Station, Heuston Rail Station, Temple Bar and St. Stephen’s Green. Please click here to view the schedule and stops.

Where Does Airlink Go

The 747 Route serves: Point Village & 3Arena, North Wall Quay (Central Bank),The Convention Centre Dublin, Irish Financial Services Centre (IFSC), Commons Street, Talbot Street; The Central Bus Station (Busáras), Connolly Rail Station, Gardiner Street, Cathal Brugha Street, O’Connell Street, Aston Quay & Temple Bar, Essex Quay & Christ Church, Ushers Quay and Heuston Rail Station. The 757 Route serves: North Wall Quay (Central Bank) The Convention Centre Dublin, Irish Financial Services Centre (IFSC), Custom House Quay, Eden Quay & O'Connell Bridge, Hawkins Street & Temple Bar, Westland Row, Merrion Square, St. Stephen’s Green, Earlsfort Terrace, Adelaide Road, Camden (Charlotte Way) and Harcourt Street. Please click here to view the schedule and stops.

How Do I Redeem My Airlink Ticket

Before boarding the bus, you'll need to print your ticket or booking confirmation email. When you board the bus, an Airlink staff member or bus driver will take your print-out in exchange for your Airlink single or return pass. If you've purchased a return pass, you will have up to 3 months after the first Airlink journey to use your second (return) journey.