Improved expressway service to Dublin Airport

Bus Eireann launches its new improved Expresswáy Route 20/X20 Direct to Dublin Airport, From left:  Marie King-McGovern, sales executive Bus Eireann with Galway GAA players, Fergal Moore, Ronan Burke, Paul Conroy, Gareth Bradshaw, and Brian Connolly, regional manager Bus Eireann.

Bus Eireann launches its new improved Expresswáy Route 20/X20 Direct to Dublin Airport, From left: Marie King-McGovern, sales executive Bus Eireann with Galway GAA players, Fergal Moore, Ronan Burke, Paul Conroy, Gareth Bradshaw, and Brian Connolly, regional manager Bus Eireann.

The improved Bus Éireann expressway route 20/X20 that travels from Galway to Dublin Airport, and connects to Dublin city, has been launched.

The enhanced route will provide 15 services a day in each direction with services starting from Galway at 6.30am and departing Dublin Airport at 6.50am, with fares starting at €13.

All Route 20/X20 services from Dublin to Galway will start at Busáras (Dublin city centre ) and travel via Dublin Airport, while the service from Galway to Dublin will go to Dublin Airport first before heading to Dublin city.

The revised route was opened by the Tourism Minister Michael Ring at the Athlone Bus Station, who said the improved service provided a direct link for commuters between Galway, Athlone, Dublin Airport and Dublin city.

“With the exciting development of the Wild Atlantic Way, tourists can experience the rich and enchanting coastal touring routes that the country has to offer.”

Brian Connolly, western regional manager of Bus Éireann, stated that the Route 20/X20 Expressway offers the people of Galway “more convenient, frequent, quick, and affordable routes to Dublin Airport and Dublin city”. For more information, visit www.buseireann.ie

 

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