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The Free Travel Scheme is administered by the Department of Social Protection (DSP) and all queries about the scheme should be directed to the Department by emailing [email protected] or calling 071 915 7100.
More details on the Free Travel Scheme can be found on their website.
About the Free Travel Pass
The Free Travel Pass allows holders to travel free of charge on public transport services in Ireland including Bus Éireann, Dublin Bus, Go-Ahead Ireland, Iarnród Éireann, Luas, TFI Local Link and Kilkenny Services operated by City Direct. The Free Travel Pass is also accepted by many commercial bus services.
You can find a full list of all operators and routes where the Free Travel Pass is accepted on gov.ie .
If you are using a PSC Free Travel Card, please hold the card to the validator until you hear a beep or see the green light.
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- FT - P - you can travel for free (Valid for Card Holder Only)
- FT + S - your spouse, or civil partner can travel with you for free
- FT + C - you can have a person (over 16) travel with you for free
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Free travel in Ireland
What is the free travel scheme, where can i use free travel, how to qualify for free travel, how to apply for free travel, where to apply for free travel, senior smartpass for travelling in northern ireland.
The Free Travel Scheme allows you to travel, free of charge, on public transport and some private bus and ferry services.
Everyone aged 66 and over, living permanently in Ireland, can get the Free Travel Scheme.
People with disabilities and carers aged under 66 may also qualify for Free Travel.
If you qualify for Free Travel and you are married, in a civil partnership or cohabiting, your partner may travel with you for free if you meet certain criteria (see ‘Spouses, civil partners and cohabitants’ below).
If you can’t travel alone for medical reasons, you may get Free Travel for a companion. This allows a person aged over 16 to travel with you for free.
If you qualify for Free Travel, your Public Services Card (PSC) will have FT (for Free Travel) in the top left-hand corner. The letter following it shows who can travel for free with you:
- FT-P - you can travel for free
- FT+S - your spouse, partner or cohabitant can travel with you for free
- FT+C - you can have a person (over 16) travel with you for free
You must carry it with you when you are using public transport.
Paper travel passes are no longer being issued but you can still use your paper pass, if it is valid.
Budget 2024: changes to the Free Travel Scheme
It was announced in Budget 2024 that the Free Travel Scheme will be extended to people who are medically certified unfit to drive from July 2024.
You can use your Free Travel on most Iarnród Éireann , Bus Éireann , Dublin Bus , DART and Luas Services and on certain private bus and ferry services (pdf) .
Free travel is also available on Dublin Bus Nitelink , Go-Ahead Ireland and TFI (Transport for Ireland) Local Link services .
Free travel does not include some special services such as Dublin Bus AIRLINK services .
There are no restrictions on the times you can use your Free Travel.
You must show or scan your Public Services Card to the travel operator when you are travelling on public transport. Find out more about 'How to use your public services card for free travel' .
Living on the Aran Islands or Tory Island
If you are permanently living on any of the Aran Islands, you may get up to 12 single (or 6 return) air trips each year between the islands and Galway City.
People who live permanently on Tory Island (Co. Donegal) are entitled to 8 (or 4 return) free journeys on the seasonal helicopter service operating between the island and Falcarragh on the mainland.
Going to Northern Ireland
You may also travel free of charge on certain cross-border services between Ireland and Northern Ireland. But to travel free in Northern Ireland, you must have a Senior Smart Pass – see ‘Senior SmartPass for travelling in Northern Ireland’ below.
To get Free Travel you must be living in Ireland and meet one of the following conditions:
- You are aged 66 or over
- You are getting Disability Allowance , Blind Pension , Carer's Allowance or an Invalidity Pension
- You are blind or visually impaired and meet the medical conditions for Blind Pension
- You have been getting Incapacity Supplement or Workmen's Compensation with Disablement Pension for at least 12 months
- You are a specified carer for a person getting Constant Attendance Allowance or Prescribed Relative's Allowance
- You are getting a social security invalidity payment (or similar payment) from another EU member state or from a country with which Ireland has a bilateral social security agreement for at least 12 months
Widow or widower or a surviving civil partner
If you are a widow or widower or a surviving civil partner aged 60 or over, living in Ireland and your late spouse or civil partner had Free Travel, you can get Free Travel, if you are getting one of the following payments:
- Widow's, Widower's or Surviving Partner's (Contributory) Pension
- Widow's, Widower's or Surviving Partner's (Non-Contributory) Pension
- One-Parent Family Payment
- Widow's, Widower's or Surviving Partner's Pension under the Occupational Injuries Benefit Scheme
- A similar social security pension/benefit from an EU member state or a country with which Ireland has a bilateral social security agreement
- You are getting an ordinary Garda widow's pension
Spouses, civil partners and cohabitants
If you are entitled to Free Travel and you are married, in a civil partnership or cohabiting, your partner may be able to travel with you for free.
Your spouse, civil partner or cohabitant cannot travel with you for free, if you are under age 66 and getting Free Travel because you are:
- Getting Carer's Allowance
- The nominated carer for a person getting Constant Attendance Allowance or Prescribed Relatives Allowance
Your PSC card must have FT-S on it to allow your partner travel with you. To add your spouse, civil partner or cohabitant to your Free Travel - see ‘How to apply for Free Travel’ below.
If you can’t travel alone
If you are unable to travel alone , you can have a person, over 16 years of age, travel with you for free. Your PSC card must have FT-C on it. To add a companion to your Free Travel, see ‘How to apply for Free Travel’ below.
Work and Free Travel
You can keep your Free Travel for 5 years, if you moved from one of the following disability payments to work:
- Disability Allowance
- Invalidity Pension
- Partial Capacity Benefit (from Invalidity Pension)
- Disablement Benefit paid along with Incapacity Supplement
You can also keep your Free Travel for 5 years if you transferred from Disability Allowance or Invalidity Pension to a Community Employment , SOLAS or a Back to Work scheme.
If you are aged 66 or over and are getting a social welfare pension, your Public Services Card (PSC) will be issued showing that you have Free Travel automatically.
You must have completed the PSC SAFE registration process and be getting one of the following payments:
- State Pension
- Blind Pension
- Carer’s Allowance
If you are married or in a civil partnership, your PSC will be issued with FT-S on it. If you are cohabiting, you must fill in Part 1 and 2 of the Free Travel application form FT1 (pdf) .
If you are not getting one of the payments above but you are eligible for Free Travel, you must fill in the Free Travel application form FT1(pdf) .
If you are unable to travel alone, you apply for a Free Travel for a Companion, using either an Over 70 Companion pass form (pdf) or an Under 70 Companion pass form (pdf) .
You can get an application form for Free Travel from the Department of Social Protection. The form is also available at your local post office and Citizens Information Centre .
Lost or damaged Free Travel pass or PSC
There are currently 2 types of Free Travel Pass:
- A paper Free Travel Pass
- A Public Services Card with Free Travel (with F-T written in the top left-hand corner)
Paper passes are no longer being issued so if you need a replacement for a lost or damaged paper pass, you must undergo SAFE registration and get a Public Services Card .
If your Public Services Card Free Travel is lost, stolen or damaged, you should telephone 0818 837 000 to request a replacement card.
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If you are 66 or over and have Free Travel, you can travel free of charge on all bus and rail services within Northern Ireland using a Senior SmartPass card.
A spouse, civil partner, cohabitant or companion cannot travel with you for free on public transport within Northern Ireland.
However, your Irish Free Travel allows your spouse, civil partner, cohabitant or companion to travel for free on certain cross-border services between Ireland and Northern Ireland. For example, a cross-border train journey that starts in Ireland and ends in Northern Ireland or vice versa.
How to apply for a Senior SmartPass
To get a Senior SmartPass, you must fill in an application form (FTNI1). You can get this form from your local Intreo Centre or Social Welfare Branch Office. It is not possible to get this form online .
You should not use a photocopy of the form as each form is barcoded. The application form must be filled in with black ink only and returned in person (not posted) to your Intreo Centre or Social Welfare Branch Office.
You must bring each of the following items with your application form to your Intreo Centre or Social Welfare Branch Office:
- Your Irish Free Travel pass/Public Services Card
- Proof of your address, (for example, a gas, electricity, phone bill or bank statement)
- Proof of your identity, (for example, your driving licence, passport or another form of photo identification)
- A recent passport standard colour photograph
It may take up to 6 weeks to process your application. There is further information on the extension of the Free Travel Scheme .
Renewing and replacing a Senior SmartPass
Your Senior SmartPass will expire after 5 years.
- If you have electronically used your card within the last 2 years, you will get a new card automatically in the post from Translink when your card expires.
- If you have not used your card in the last 2 years, you will be sent a renewal application form to fill in. The renewal form is not the same as a first-time application and you do not need to supply a photograph.
- If you have never used your card, you will not hear from Translink at all. If you wish to get it renewed, you must contact Translink by email at [email protected] , or telephone 00 44 289 075 9129 or 028 90 66 66 30 and they will send you a renewal application.
If you lose or need to replace your Senior SmartPass for travel in Northern Ireland, you can fill in form (FTNI 2) (pdf) .
Brexit and the Senior SmartPass
On 31 January 2020 the UK exited the EU . Senior SmartPass holders can continue to travel in Northern Ireland on the bus and train.
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Expressway ticketing information.
All Expressway tickets are issued subject to the conditions of the company. Customers are advised to book their tickets online in advance of travel to guarantee a seat reservation.
Tickets purchased for Expressway services are valid only on Expressway services.
Expressway on-board ticket machines are now enabled to take Contactless Debit/Credit Card, Apple Pay, Google Pay and Leap Card payments. The ticket machines are also enabled to register PSC free travel smartcards. Cash will also continue to be accepted as a payment method on-board the bus. If paying with cash, customers are advised to have the exact fare ready for the driver when boarding the bus.
Tickets must be retained for the duration of a journey and produced for inspection on request.
Seats may be reserved at time of purchase, either online or through a ticket vending machine. When a seat is not reserved at time of purchase, a €2 charge will apply for any subsequent reservation booking at a later point in time. A reserved seat is for a chosen specific departure time. If a customer wishes to travel at an alternative departure date or time a booking may be amended via the Manage your Booking page.
If a customer boards a service which does not match their reservation time, their ticket will be valid if the service is within three hours of their reservation, provided there is a seat available on the coach. This does not apply to through (multi-leg) journeys, which are only valid for the specific services displayed on the ticket. If a customer arrives early for an alternative time than what is stated on their ticket, they should go online to change the time of their departure for a fee of €2.00.
Reserved seats are non-refundable. However, a booking can be amended up to one hour before the selected service is scheduled to depart from its journey origin.
Amending a booking is subject to a €2 administrative fee. Note: this is per booking ID and not per passenger.
To ensure a reserved seat on a service, passengers are advised to arrive for boarding 5 minutes before scheduled departure time to avail of priority boarding.
Whether a ticket is bought online, from a ticket vending machine or from a driver, each ticket will have a QR code for each customer. Each ticket must be presented to the driver for scanning to be validated for travel
Free Travel Scheme Reservations and Seat Reservations where the customer has prepaid for their tickets, are now available online for a fee of €2.00. Customers with Seat Reservations will be given priority boarding. Customers will be asked to choose a time and date when buying Online or at a ticket vending machine.
Single Tickets are available for purchase online, at ticket vending machine or on- board the coach. Single tickets are only valid for the route, date, time and specified journey for which they are purchased.
Return Tickets where a customer chooses a specific departure date and time are available for purchase online or at a ticket vending machine only. See Monthly Return Travelpasses for on-bus open return options. Return tickets are valid for one outward and one return journey, for the route, date, times, and specified journeys for which they are purchased. Seat reservations will be made at the time of a Return ticket purchase for both the outward and return journeys. The booking details may be amended prior to travel at the Manage your Booking page.
Expressway is currently trialling different levels of online discount on Route 32/X32 (Letterkenny – Dublin, all journeys) and Route 40 (Cork – Tralee, journeys only) when customers book in advance.
Please note during the trial on these routes:
- Return tickets are only available online or at ticket vending machines
- Child fares shall now be approximately 65% of adult fares
- Online Young Adult fares shall still be 50% of the standard adult fare.
- Free Travel Scheme Reservations and Seat Reservations where a customer has prepaid for their ticket, are still available online for a fee of €2.00.
Open Return Travelpasses
Monthly Open Return Travel Passes are only available for purchase on board bus.
- Monthly Return Travelpasses are valid for an outward and return journey within one month where the return time is not specified. This ticket is only available on Routes 2 (Dublin Airport - Wexford), 64 (Galway - Derry) and 100X (Dublin to Dundalk) and may be purchased from the driver upon boarding. No seat reservation is made for the return journey. If customers wish to guarantee their seat on a specified return journey, they may reserve a seat online under the ‘Book Tickets’ – ‘Seat Reservation – Valid Ticket Required option’.
10 Journey Travelpasses are available for purchase online and on-board Expressway coaches. They are not available for purchase at ticket vending machines.
- 10 Journey Travelpasses are valid for 10 journeys between two points within 7 consecutive days. If purchased online, the customer will be required to choose an activation date. If purchased on board a coach, the starting date is on the first used journey.
- 10 Journey Travelpass customers have the option to reserve their seats online on specific services for some or all the journeys if they wish to do so under the ‘Book Tickets’ – ‘Seat Reservation – Valid Ticket Required.
Adult: refers to anyone aged 16 years and over who does not have an entitlement to any of the concessionary cards outlined under Young Adult, Student or Child.
Young Adult and Student: Young Adult and Student single and return tickets are available to purchase online only at discounted half-price fare rates and onboard/TVM at 15-20% discounted fare rates to qualifying persons as follows:
- young adults aged 19-23 years inclusive in possession of a valid Young Adult Leap Card.
- students aged 16-18 years and students aged 24 years and above in full-time third level education, including further education and training, who are in possession of a valid Student Leap Card.
See leapcard.ie for full details on Student Leap Card eligibility.
Students of all ages in possession of an International Student Identity Card (ISIC) ; or a current Student Identity Card issued by a recognised third-level college in the Republic of Ireland; please note that the acceptance of these ID cards is being phased out.
From September 1st, 2023, the only form of ID valid for the purchase of any tickets at Young Adult/Student concessionary rates on Expressway services will be the Young Adult or Student Leap card and the Translink yLink card.
Children: Children under the age of 16 years are entitled to reduced Child fares where applicable on Expressway routes.
- Children aged 16-18 years who are in possession of a Child Leap Card (16-18) may purchase Child Single tickets on board bus using their Leap card travel credit.
- See Young Adult and Student for information pertaining to students aged 16-18 years who are in full-time third level education or training.
- Based on age and student status, persons aged 16-18 years old may qualify for both the Child 16-18 Leap card and the Student Leap Card.
- For travel on Expressway services, the recommended card is the Student Leap Card as it allows the holder to avail of the Student discounted fares.
- For travel on Bus Éireann public services, the recommended card is the Child Leap Card (16-18) as it offers cheaper fares. It is possible to apply for both cards on leapcard.ie .
One child under 5 years of age may be carried for free on Expressway services as long as they are accompanied by a responsible person or persons aged 16 years or over. The child’s guardian may book a “Seat Only” reservation online for a charge of €2.00 to guarantee the child a seat.
Where doubt exists as to the eligibility of a child claiming reduced fare travel, it is the responsibility of the passenger claiming such eligibility to produce evidence of age.
Leap Card on Expressway
Leap Card travel credit may be used to purchase Single tickets on board Expressway services.
Adult, Young Adult, Student and Child Leap cards are all accepted for the purchase of Leap Single fares on board bus. There is no discount when paying with a Leap Card, but it may be used as a handy method of contactless payment when purchasing Single tickets.
Young Adult single and return tickets are available to purchase online only at discounted half-price fare rates to qualifying valid Leap card holders as follows:
- students aged 16-18 years and students aged 24 years and above in full-time third level education, including further education and training, who are in possession of a valid Student Leap Card. See leapcard.ie for full details on Student Leap Card eligibility
Leap 24hr, 7 Day & Monthly (non-Taxsaver) products are not valid on any Expressway services.
As a result of Government legislation, Employers can purchase monthly and annual/yearly Taxsaver Commuter Tickets on behalf of their Employees. Companies can save up to 10.75% in PRSI while employees can save between 28.75%-52% in Tax, PRSI and USC on the cost of their travel.
Leap monthly and annual Taxsaver tickets are acceptable on Expressway services that operate within designated Leap zones in Dublin and Cork.
Point to Point monthly and annual Taxsaver tickets are valid for the options displayed on the ticket. If a Taxsaver customer wishes to guarantee their seat, they can do so by booking a “Seat Only Reservation – Valid Ticket Required” online at expressway.ie .
The Employer acknowledges that passes issued to it under the Taxsaver Scheme are non-transferable and specific to employees for whom they are purchased. The Employer covenants and undertakes to procure compliance with this condition by its employees who are provided with passes by the Employer under the Taxsaver Scheme.
All refund requests should be submitted by e-mail to [email protected] . Leap Cards may be kept for personal use after product cancellation. All point-to-point passes must be returned by the Employer to Bus Éireann with a cover note on the Employer’s headed paper outlining the reason for the refund application to: Bus Éireann Taxsaver Section, Room 10, Main Building, Broadstone, Dublin 7.
No refunds/credits will be given for monthly passes unless unused and cancelled by the fifth day of the month. There are no partial refunds on monthly tickets.
All refunds/credits for annual passes must be made by the fifth day of the month, with no usage, at any time, during or after the first of that month, for it to be included in the refund. There’s no refund on annual passes after 9 months of use.
All Leap Card replacements are made through the Leap Card website . All point-to-point replacements are made by emailing [email protected] .
Services with Shared Ticket Agreements with Translink
Translink (Ulsterbus) tickets issued on the X3/X4 (Derry-Londonderry-Dublin Airport-Dublin) route are valid for travel on Bus Éireann Expressway Route 32 (Letterkenny–Dublin Airport-Dublin) and vice versa, where both services operate between shared locations on these routes. Tickets issued for shared travel on Expressway/Translink services are subject, where applicable, to the conditions of carriage and ticket validity regulations of the relevant operator.
Through-Travel Multi-Leg Journeys on Expressway
Through-Travel (Multi-Leg) journeys may be made on the Expressway network. A 20% discount will apply to tickets purchased online only, where there is more than one journey purchased and the customer is connecting from an Expressway service to another Expressway service.
The customer will have a seat reserved on both services and will get an individual ticket for each leg of their journey.
Customers making connections between two Expressway routes should note that on occasion severe traffic delays can cause unforeseen disruptions. It is recommended to allow at least 30 minutes transfer time, particularly if your onward connection is the last service of the day.
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Can i book my ticket on line.
Tickets for our intercity services can be booked online , and are also available for purchase from your driver.
Tickets booked online guarantee a seat on the service you have booked for. Your online ticket can be used to board another service on the same calendar day, provided there is room on that coach. The date and time of a pre-booked online ticket can be amended using the “ Manage Booking ” section of the website.
Tickets for the Limerick City (310) services and Portarlington Connector can be purchased from your driver.
Can I purchase return tickets?
Yes, for your convenience return tickets are available when you buy online or from your driver.
Do I have to print my ticket?
If you have booked online you can present the driver with your mobile device to scan your online ticket.
Do you have multi journey tickets
Dublin Coach offers a range of multi-journey tickets on many of our routes for your convenience.
What are the schedules?
What is the schedule on weekends.
Weekend services operate to the same timetable as the weekday services on all routes except our 310 service in Limerick City. Please see the route pages under “Timetables & Fares” for full details.
Any changes for individual events will be posted on our News page before the event.
What is the schedule for Christmas / Easter / St Patricks Day / Bank Holidays?
Information for changes to our normal schedule for any event will be posted on our News page in the run-up to the event.
What time is the first service from Dublin Airport?
The N7 Service runs 24 hours a day, every hour at half past the hour from Dublin Airport.
What time is the last service from Dublin Airport?
Are all your services running, is the dundrum service running.
We are delighted to announce the return of Route 750 serving Dundrum to Dublin Airport via Red Cow Luas effective from Monday November 7th 2022.
Is the Belfast service running?
The Belfast (Route 400) service has not recommenced post covid. Recommencement date will be announced on our new page, Route 400 service page, and social media.
Is the Dublin Airport to Clongriffin service running?
This route is coming soon! Keep an eye on our News Page and social media for updates.
Are all other services running?
All other services are operating according to our timetable. Any changes to individual timetables will be posted on our social media.
How much are student fares.
Student fares are available on our N7 Service (Portlaoise to Dublin Airport route) and Dundrum – Dublin Airport route . We also provide a Multi-Journey Ticket for students travelling on the M7 service and M9 service .
See our Student Travel page for more information
What do I need to bring on my journey if travelling as a student?
A valid Young Adult Leap Card or Student Leap Card is required for purchase of student/young adult fares. The card must be presented for inspection to the driver on-boarding.
These tickets are currently only available to purchase online.
Ability to buy onboard coming soon.
Do you have multi journey tickets?
We offer a range of multi journey tickets on many of our routes. Please see our fares section
Where is my bus?
The Dublin Coach mobile app provides real time bus information for all of our services, letting you know exactly when the next bus is expected.
You can also use the Track My Bus feature on our website to find out where the bus is on any of our scheduled services. Simply click the Track My Bus button at the top of this page to check it out.
How do I track my bus on your website?
You can track your bus using our App or directly from our website.
Please follow the below steps if using our website:
- Tap “Track my Bus” on the bottom of your screen.
- Enter your boarding stop.
- Enter your Departing Stop or Select Route.
How do I track my bus using your app?
Please follow the below steps if using our App:
- Tap Track on the bottom of your screen.
Free Travel Pass
Do you accept free travel passes.
Yes we accept the Free Travel Pass on all of our routes.
Can I prebook my seat with a free travel pass?
If you are a Free Travel Pass holder you can now reserve a seat online.
Click on Book Now and select Reserve a Seat as your ticket type in order to prebook your seat.
Show the driver your seat reservation ticket along with your Free Travel Pass in order to board the bus.
What time is the first service from dublin airport, what time is the last service from dublin airport, what routes service the airport.
Our N7 Service (Route 726) and Dundrum Service (Route 750) operate to and from Dublin Airport 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you are not on our 726 or 750 routes, all of our services interconnect so use our journey planner to plan your route.
Do kids travel free?
Two children under the age of 12 travel free with every paying adult.
Up to what age can children travel free?
Children under the age of 12 travel free.
How do I book a free child’s ticket?
You have the option of booking a free child ticket when booking an adult fare.
How can I find your stop locations
The stops are clearly indicated on the printed timetable and on the timetables on this website:
- M1 Service page lists the location maps for all stops on the Dublin -Belfast M1 Service
- N7 Service page lists the location maps for all stops of all N7 Portlaoise to Dublin Airport Service stops.
- M7 Service page lists the location maps for all stops on the M7 Service Dublin to Ennis / Killarney / Tralee via Limerick
- M9 Service page lists the location maps for all stops on the M9 Cork – Waterford – Kilkenny – Dublin Service
- Dundrum – Dublin Airport lists the location maps for all stops between Dundrum and the Airport
What do i do if i leave my luggage onboard.
If you lost property while travelling on one of our services, please fill in our Lost Property form with a description of the item you lost, the details of the journey you were on when you lost the item and your contact details.
If your item is located in our Lost and Found, we will contact you to arrange its collection.
Please tell us about the item you lost:
What forms of payment are accepted, what forms of payments do you accept onboard.
We accept card or contactless payments. We also accept Leap Card, Free Travel Pass, Google Pay, Apple Pay and Revolut onboard. Cash is not accepted onboard.
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What is Fare Evasion? Fare evasion is a criminal offence that could lead to a fine of up to €1,000 and a Court appearance. Random spot checks are carried out without warning on all Dublin Bus services to ensure that your ticket covers your entire journey and all the Zones you’re travelling in.
A standard fare (penalty fine) of €100 is charged by the company to each passenger found not to be in possession of a valid ticket, pursuant to the Dublin Bus Bye-Laws.
However, if you receive and pay a standard fare within 21 days of issue, a reduced charge of €50 will be accepted.
A ticket is invalid for the following reasons:
1. You have not paid the correct Leap/Cash fare. 2. Your prepaid ticket is not in-date. 3. You do not have the required Photo Identity Card with a travel pass from the Department of Social Protection. 4. You are using another person’s Personalised Leap Card 5. You do not have an in-date Student Leap Card.
How to pay a Penalty Fine?
- Pay online using Debit or Credit card.
- In person, using cash or credit card at Dublin Bus Head Office, 59 Upper O’Connell Street. You must bring your standard fare with you.
- By post, send a cheque into the Standard Fares Department, Dublin Bus Head Office, 59 Upper O’ Connell Street, Dublin 1 with a copy of the standard fare.
- If you wish to appeal against a standard fare with which you have been issued, you must do so via email to [email protected] within 21 days or in writing to Dublin Bus Standard Fare, 59 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin 1.
Your personal data and standard fares Your data will only be used for the purposes of communicating with you about your standard fare.
It will not be subject to international transfer but may be shared with the CIÉ group for the purpose of processing any related legal actions.
As part of our contract with the National Transport Authority (NTA) this information must be kept for a minimum of 18 months but, if required for a related legal case, your data will be retained until the legal case has concluded or the relevant statute of limitation expired.
You have several rights under Data Protection law. For more information, click our Data Protection Policy.
If you have any queries regarding Data Protection, please email [email protected]
- When you get on the bus, tell the driver your destination.
- The driver will then tell you how much your fare is.
- Please make sure that you have the correct change to pay for your fare. All our services are exact fare only and the driver cannot accept Euro notes or give change.
Department of Social Protection Free Travel Pass
- Free Travel Passes may be used at all times.
- Free Travel Pass Holders who fail to provide their pass will be liable for the appropriate fare and claims for refunds in such circumstances will not be entertained.
- Misuse of Free Travel Passes may lead to the Pass being confiscated and the holder liable for payment of the standard fare.
The Free Travel Pass does not apply:
- On Sightseeing Tours or Special bus services.
- For organised group travel on any service.
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DoDublin Freedom Ticket - Travel Pass
The Freedom Ticket is all-in-one sightseeing and transport ticket, that gives you the freedom to travel anywhere in Dublin using the extensive public transport system, and visit all the most famous locations and attractions on Dublin's No.1 Hop-on Hop-off tour. It's Dublin's best value travel pass!
- 72 Hours Travel Pass
- Includes Airport Bus Routes 16 + 41
- Includes Entire Dublin Bus Network
- Tram (Luas) and Train (DART) Networks
- Also Includes 48 Hours Hop-on Hop-off Tour
The Freedom Ticket is Dublin's Most Popular Transport & Sightseeing Travel Pass.
Includes Dublin Airport Bus routes 16 and 41 which travel between Dublin Airport and the City Centre. The 41 route operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week .
The Freedom Ticket is our best value product and offers huge savings while providing for all your transportation needs.
How Does the Ticket Work?
The Freedom Ticket combines the Leap Visitor Card with a 48 Hour Hop-on Hop-off tour. The Leap Visitor Card's 72 hour duration activates from the first time you use it. Simply hold the card up to validators* provided on all the transportation listed. Once you hear the tone you know you've activated the card correctly.
For the Luas (tram) network you will find a validator on the platform beside where the tram stops. (no need to tap off once you leave the tram).
Similarly for the Dart and Commuter trains, you must touch on at the validators you will find at the entry gate. - no need to tap off again. Please note, the card is only valid for short hop journeys, which covers Dublin city and county only.
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DoDublin Freedom Ticket voucher can be redeemed at;
ICE (International Currency Exchange), Arrivals Hall, Landside (after you exit the baggage reclaim hall), Terminal 1 Dublin Airport. Open 07:00 - 23:15, 7 Days a week. Phone +353 (0)1 814 1453
Left Luggage (Excess Baggage), Arrivals Hall, Terminal 1, Dublin Airport (Open 05:00 to 21:00, 7 Days a week) - Located opposite the Car Hire Desks, beside escalator in Terminal 1 Arrivals Hall. Phone +353 86 145 2662
Dublin Bus Head Office, 59 Upper O'Connell Street, D01RX04 ; Open 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday
Day Tours and Trips Tickets Kiosk St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre Dublin 2 Open Monday to Saturday 09:00 to 18:00, Sunday 11:00 to 18:00
Carrolls Gift Shops - Tickets can be redeemed at 4 Carrolls locations; 33 O'Connell Street, 57 Upper O'Connell Steet. Westmorland Street or Dame Street.
Vouchers cannot be redeemed at any other locations.
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Citylink is pleased to announce that we accept the free travel pass (ftp) on our galway - dublin city & airport non-stop express and eireagle.com services and our limerick - dublin airport eireagle.com services:.
- Route No. 760 Galway - Dublin Airport eireagle
- Route No. 761 Galway - Dublin City & Airport Express
- Route No. 712 Limerick - Dublin Airport eireagle
Passengers with FTP cards can reserve and guarantee travel for a specific departure time by using our online booking facility or calling in to our travel centres. Please note a reservation fee applies. This fee does not apply to passengers who walk-up to the coach without a reservation however seats are subject to availability. We strongly recommend that passengers reserve their seat in advance, especially when travelling to the airport. Particular journeys do sell out in advance and seats may not be available for walk-up passengers.
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TFI Leap Card Dublin
TFI Leap Card can be used to pay for travel around Dublin on all TFI public transport services including Dublin Bus, Go-Ahead Ireland, Luas, DART and commuter rail within the Dublin area “Short-Hop zone”.
By using your TFI Leap Card, you can travel around Dublin at just €2 for adults, €1 for young adults (19-23) or students, and 65 cent for children using the TFI 90 minute fare .
You can use a TFI Leap Card to travel on all commuter & rural services operated by Bus Éireann and on TFI Local Link Louth Meath Fingal services in Dublin.
You can also use your TFI Leap Card on selected commercial bus operators below:
- Swords Express (City centre to Swords)
- Matthews.ie (Dublin – Laytown – Bettystown – Southgate)
- Matthews.ie (Dublin – Drogheda – Dundalk) (IFSC, UCD, DCU)
- Wexford Bus (Wexford to Dublin; Wexford to Waterford; and local town services)
- Ashbourne Connect (Dublin to Ashbourne)
- Collins Coaches
- Route 139 Naas to Blanchardstown
- J.J. Kavanagh & Sons (Route 737 Dublin Airport – Dublin City – Naas)
There is no discount for single fares purchased on Expressway services but TFI Leap Card may be used as a convenient method of payment.
Where to top-up
TFI Leap Cards can be topped up using Irish Rail and Luas ticket machines, at Leap agents and Post Offices. You can find a full list of agents in your area here. You can also download the Leap Top-up App onto an NFC-enabled Android phone or iPhone 7 and above and top up directly from your phone.
Adult Leap single fares are up to 30% cheaper than cash single fares and young adults (19-23 years) and students can now avail of half price fares when purchasing Leap single tickets. For further details on young adult and student leap card savings, click here.
Check out our fares section to see how much you can save with a TFI Leap Card.
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Looking to transfer from Belfast or Dublin City to Dublin Airport? There's no better way to get there than onboard a Dublin Express coach. Enjoy frequent services to and from Dublin Airport, with affordable ticket prices, plenty of luggage space, free Wi-Fi and drop-off points at both terminals!
To see departure times, prices and to book your ticket, use the journey planner above. Or take a look below for more information on coach travel to Dublin Airport, including our routes from Dublin City and Belfast, and frequently asked questions.
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All services call at both Terminal 1 & 2 at Dublin Airport.
Unsure about flying into Dublin Airport?
Arriving at Terminal 1
At Terminal 1, you will see a terminal exit door to the left, when you exit arrivals. You will see the Dublin Express coaches to your left when you exit through that door. Dublin Express is located in Zone 1 at Terminal 1, so we are right outside the door!
You can purchase a ticket online in advance for the best fares online alternatively you can scan the QR code on the digital sign at the terminal exit, or you can purchase a ticket from one of the team members at the kiosk by the bus stop.
Most airlines land in Terminal 1, including Ryanair, Air Transat, and British Airways.
Arriving at Terminal 2
At Terminal 2, when you exit arrivals, walk straight ahead, cross the covered glass walkway, turn left, and take the escalator down to the bus stop. Dublin Express is located in Zone 21 at Terminal 2 and is signposted for your ease.
You can purchase a ticket online in advance, you can scan the QR code on the sign beside the escalator, or you can purchase a ticket from one of the team members at the kiosk at the bottom of the escalator by the bus stop.
Airlines that land in Terminal 2 include Aer Lingus, American Airlines and Emirates.
Visit our Dublin Express stop map to see all Dublin Express stops and to get directions.
Where does the coach depart from in Belfast?
The 785 service to Dublin Airport departs from Glengall Street, opposite Europa Bus Centre, in Belfast.
Where does the coach depart from in Dublin City?
The 782 service to Dublin Airport departs from:
- George’s Quay (Tara Street Station) Stop 135141
- Aston Quay (O’Connell Bridge & Temple Bar) Stop 325
- Wellington Quay (Temple Bar & Dublin Castle) Stop 312
- Merchant’s Quay (Christ Church Cathedral) Stop 1444
- Usher’s Quay (The Liberties & Guinness Storehouse) Stop 10997
- Heuston Station (Phoenix Park & Dublin Zoo) Stop 4425
- Arran Quay (Smithfield & Jameson Distillery) Stop 7453
- Ormond Quay Upper (Capel Street) Stop 1479
- Eden Quay (O’Connell Street & Marlborough Street) Stop 297
- Custom House Quay (Gardiner Street & Connolly Station) Stop 135271
The 784 service to Dublin Airport departs from:
- Harcourt Luas (Camden Street & Charlemont Street) Stop 1074
- Merrion Square (St. Stephen’s Green) Stop 493
- Trinity College (College Green & Temple Bar) Stop 7588
- North Wall Quay (Docklands & Samuel Beckett Bridge) Stop 2500
- 3Arena (Point Village & Ringsend) Stop 7623
The 785 service to Dublin Airport departs from:
- Westland Row, Stop 100111^
- Custom House Quay, Stop 135271/Burgh Quay, O’Connell St. Bridge, Stop 339*
*Please note, if you’re booking a journey to or from Dublin City Centre, coaches drop off at Burgh Quay, (O’Connell St. Bridge) Stop 339. Journeys to Belfast pick up from Custom House Quay, Stop 135271.
^This stop is not wheelchair accessible, the nearest accessible stop is Custom House Quay. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
What is the fastest journey time to Dublin Airport?
Our fastest journey between Belfast and Dublin Airport is 1 hr 50 minutes.
Our fastest journey between Dublin City and Dublin Airport is 14 minutes.
How much does the coach to Dublin Airport cost?
The coach from Belfast to Dublin Airport is available from €11.50 .
The coach from Dublin City to Dublin Airport is available from €8 .
To see departure times, prices and to book your ticket, use the journey planner above.
Tickets can also be purchased at the airport or onboard at any of our stops however we are only accepting card payments and this will be subject to availability, so it is always advisable to book ahead to guarantee your seat and get the best price.
Infants aged 0-2 travel free when accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket. Additional infants aged 0-2 must be paid for. If you are travelling with more than 1 infant aged 0-2 per adult, please book the additional infant as Children (3-15).
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Our passenger descriptions are designed to help you choose the right ticket for yourself or your fellow travellers.
Adult fares are applicable to all passengers aged 2+. Adults under the age of 16 are not permitted to travel alone on any European service unless accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over or they have a letter of authority from a parent or guardian.
Infants 0-1 Inclusive
Children aged under the age of 2, must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over. Unaccompanied children will not be carried.
Who is eligible for this ticket?
- Customers in possession of a valid open class ticket
- Free Travel/DSFA Pass Holders
What are the conditions of travel?
Customers who are already in possession of or purchasing on the day of travel a valid standard class ticket(s) such as Family Tickets, Day Return, Open Return, Weekly, Monthly, Annual, InterRail and Free Travel pass holders can book on their chosen service by selecting the 'Free Travel Pass or Valid Ticket' option. Customers are advised there is limited availability for seat only reservations online.
How do I buy this ticket?
- Please see our handy guide on how to book a 'Free Travel Pass or Valid Ticket' option .
Where can I buy this ticket?
- You can purchase the ticket above using our Journey Planner . Tickets can only be purchased up to 90 days in advance.
- An allocation of bookings on all InterCity services can be reserved online without a fee for 'Free Travel Pass or valid ticket holders'. When this allocation is fully booked, all remaining seats can be reserved by 'Free Travel Pass or valid ticket holders' for €2.50 per journey.
Where do I collect the ticket?
See our Ticket Collection section.
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Dublin Airport Express
Take a seamless trip to Dublin airport with Dublin Airport Express. You can now book your bus ticket with Dublin Airport Express on irishrail.ie for Cork and Galway services to Dublin Heuston.
Prices start at €8. You will get a guaranteed seat and a comfortable luggage allowance. Making your trip from Dublin Heuston to the airport even easier.
Bus stops include Dublin Heuston Station, George's Quay (Tara Street Station) Custom House Quay, Eden Quay, Ormond Quay Upper, Arran Quay, Usher and Merchant's Quay, Wellington Quay, Aston Quay, Harcourt Luas, Merrion Square, Pearse Station (drop off only from airport) Trinity College, North Wall Quay, 3Arena.
Services begin at 04:35 and run regularly through out the day Monday - Sunday, so you won't have to wait too long for your connecting bus.
For a full list of services and to plan your journey, please visit the Dublin Express website here.
How to book online
When purchasing your rail ticket simply navigate the 'Extras Page' and if available select either a Single or Return 'Dublin Express Add-on'.
Dublin Airport Stops
Dublin airport t1 (dub).
The pick up and drop off stop for Terminal 1 is located in the same place outside the Terminal 1 Arrivals building. When exiting the terminal building turn left to find the stop.
Dublin Airport T2 (DUB)
The pick up stop for services to Dublin City is located in Zone 21 outside the Terminal 2 building. When exiting from arrivals, cross the glass walkway, turn left and go down the escalator.
Terms and Conditions
- You must show a printed copy your Iarnród Éireann Booking Confirmation which includes the Dublin Express add-on to the coach driver when boarding the coach
- Your Dublin Express add-on ticket is valid for 24 hours on the date specified
- Your Dublin Express add-on ticket is for travel on the next available service. It does not guarantee you a seat at a specific departure time
- All passengers must be at the departure point 10 minutes prior to the departure of the coach
- When traveling to airports please allow 180 minutes between coach arrival and flight departure time
- You are allowed 1 piece of soft hand luggage with an addition of 2 medium cases (70cm x 30cm x 45cm, max 20kg each) or 1 large case (75cm x 50cm x 32cm, max 20kg). Excess luggage fees may apply
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Express Bus is the only transport charter company in Ireland to offer an on-time promise to our customers “One Minute Late You Don’t Pay A Cent”
We understand how important your schedule is, and that is why we take our on-time performance very serious. We constantly monitor and track our on-time performance to ensure excellence and continuity of service.
Last year, Express Bus operated at over 97% with our on-time performance record. Poor road conditions, bad weather or non accounted-for delays outside of our control were not taken into consideration with these stats suggesting an even higher average on a normal day to day activity.
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To get an accurate quote for bus hire, it is best to contact our company directly at 018221122 and provide them with the specific details of your trip or event. Or get a free quote in 60 seconds from our online quote form.
The seating capacity of a bus can vary significantly depending on the type and size of the bus. Here are our types of buses and their approximate seating capacities:
Mini Bus: These smaller buses typically seat around 14 passengers.
Midi Bus: Slightly larger than mini buses, midi buses generally have seating for 26 passengers.
Standard Coach: Standard coaches, also known as full-size coaches, can accommodate around 50 passengers.
Double-Decker Bus: These tall buses feature two levels of seating. The lower level can seat around 30 passengers, and the upper level can accommodate an additional 40 passengers.
Here are some amenities that the Express bus hire company offer depending on the coach or bus:
Comfortable Seating: Plush and spacious seats to ensure a comfortable journey for passengers.
Air Conditioning: Climate-controlled interiors to keep passengers cool in hot weather and warm in cold weather.
Entertainment System: Onboard entertainment options such as TV screens, DVD players, or streaming services to keep passengers entertained during the trip.
Wi-Fi: Complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity to allow passengers to stay connected and browse the internet while on the bus.
USB Charging Ports: Convenient USB charging ports for passengers to charge their devices during the journey.
PA System: A public address system to make announcements or provide information to passengers.
Restrooms: Onboard restroom facilities for longer journeys, especially on tour coaches.
Luggage Storage: Ample space for storing luggage securely during the trip.
Reclining Seats: Comfortable seats that can be adjusted to different reclining positions.
Wheelchair Accessibility: Features to accommodate passengers with mobility challenges, such as wheelchair lifts or ramps.
Onboard Refreshments: Complimentary water or other refreshments for passengers.
GPS Tracking: Real-time GPS tracking to provide updates on the bus’s location and estimated arrival times.
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