Travelling from Galway to Dublin Airport to catch a flight can be a stressful and unpredictable experience for many passengers. One brand that is helping airport bound passengers to leave their stress at home is Eireagle, Citylink’s direct service between Galway and Dublin Airport.
Eireagle, by Citylink has added 12 extra daily direct departures between Galway and Dublin Airport in response to customer demand. There has been significant growth in demand for Eireagle’s airport direct services over the past few years and according to David Conway, the general manager of Irish Citylink, this is as a result of passenger feedback.
He says; “Passengers who are travelling to Dublin Airport prefer the peace of mind that comes with travelling direct to Dublin Airport and bypassing Dublin city.”
Aidan Loughrey, a frequent Eireagle customer said; “I always choose the Eireagle services as I save time and avoid the somewhat heavy and unpredictable traffic in Dublin city. The easy-going nature of the drivers really adds to the service.”
The new Eireagle timetable will enable Dublin-bound passengers to travel direct from the Galway Coach Station to Dublin Airport up to 13 times daily and choose from 11 direct return services from Dublin Airport.
In total, Citylink operates 21 daily services from Galway to Dublin Airport with 20 return services. Each Eireagle service comes equipped with WiFi, power sockets, and an on-board toilet.
With the addition of the Eireagle’s new departures, the sky really is the limit.