Dublin Airport is served by upwards of 700 buses each day. These connect to a common in reach of both terminals and whisk incoming passengers off to destinations across the metropolitan area and beyond. For incoming passengers who are travelling light and would rather a more economical mode of transport, the bus can be an ideal mode of transport.
Most of the buses pick up passengers in a common area between Terminals 1 and 2. It’s easy to get here from the T2 Arrivals Hall. Once you deplane, you essentially just walk in a straight line and ultimately pass through customs. Leave the terminal via a covered glass walkway and come to a junction where you can turn right for taxis or left for buses. It’s not a long walk, and the chance to transfer out of T2 without having to queue for a shuttle is more convenient than anything else.
You’ll find the following bus companies in operation at Dublin Airport Terminal 2:
|Operates a range of services from both terminals to the city centre, Greystones and South Dublin; buses depart at all hours and let passengers off at most major hotels in the city centre.
|Offers quick and efficient transport to the city centre as well as the railway and bus stations.
|Plies a number of routes across Dublin and connects to Connolly and Heuston railway stations.
|A premium service that follows the M50 all the way to the N4, stopping at key shopping and accommodation districts along the way.