Airlink is a Dublin-based bus company, which will provide you with a quick connection between Dublin Airport and the city centre and vice versa. It is economical and convenient, offering continuous transport between Terminals 1 and 2 and various locations around the city. It’s a great way to get around without any worries after landing in the Irish capital!
The express lines are easy to recognise: the green buses concerned have line numbers 747 and 757 respectively (be careful not to make a mistake, as one terminates at Heuston Station, while the second goes as far as Camden)
These very flexible lines have the advantage of running from Monday to Saturday, every 15 minutes, from 5.45am until 00.15am. On Sundays, the first bus 747 leaves at 7am and the last one at 12.30am.
Very efficient, they also have an attractive price: count 6€ per trip, compared to 10€ for a round trip. A rather attractive fare, which will save you from going broke as soon as you arrive in Dublin!
As for comfort, Ailink buses are pleasant and modern: don’t expect optimum comfort; these buses are made for short journeys and are not designed for long road trips. In any case, you’ll be seated comfortably and can even put your luggage in the luggage compartments provided.
Finally, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask the driver! (Even if your English is not terrible, they will make the effort to understand you, and have the reputation of being rather nice!).