Trains to Dublin Airport
There isn’t a direct rail link to Dublin Airport yet but their taxi and bus services will see you right, taking you to the area’s railway stations. Dublin Bus is a useful one to know about; they’ll take you to and from Heuston and Connolly train stations. Dublin Airport sits just to the north east of the city, very convenient for the city centre and ferries, around six miles from Dublin’s lively city centre. You won’t believe this, but Dublin Airport is served by an amazing seven hundred plus buses, from a huge variety of local and national bus operators. So it is always easy to get to Dublin Airport… just stick out your hand and, wherever you are an airport-bound bus will soon turn up! You’ll also find plenty of taxis, most of whom will give you a good conversational run for your money. Lovely people.
Buses to Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport is served by more than 700 coaches and buses every day. So getting in and out of Dublin itself is a breeze. Buses also take you out into the surrounding countryside, which is gorgeous. Well worth it if you have a few hours to spare and don’t want to hang out in the airport. Dublin Airport’s website gives full details of all 700 services by operator. Choose from Dublin Bus, Airlink, Aircoach, Flybus, Urbus, Ardcavan, Bus Eireann, City Link, Dublin Coach, John McGinley, JJ Kavanagh, Go Bus, Dublink Express and Wexford Bus. Phew!
Driving to Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport is only six miles or so from the city centre and once you’re in Dublin you’ll find it well signposted. If you’re approaching from outside the city, you’ll find it signposted on the major M50 and M1 motorways as well as the M4, M7 and M11. You’ll also find plenty of minor routes into Dublin Airport via roads like the N2, N3 and N7. If you’re fresh off the Ferry at Dun Laoghaire, just follow the road signs from the ferry terminal.