Update on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Your journey with Dublin Express

Keeping our customers and colleagues safe and well is our top priority and we have put additional measures in place to make you feel safe and comfortable when you take your next trip.

Face coverings

Inline with Government guidance, unless exempt, wearing a face covering is recommended in the airport terminal and whilst on board our coach.

For full guidelines please see HSE.ie 

Book with confidence

  1. Refunds can be obtained free of charge on all tickets cancelled 72 hours prior to your outward departure via our cancellation portal
  2. Tickets cannot be amended, however, you have the flexibility to travel 12 hours either side of the journey time stated on your ticket
  3. We recommend you book online in advance of your travel date to guarantee your seat. If you do need to pay:
  • At Dublin Airport: please use a contactless payment method where possible
  • In Dublin City: please use a contactless payment method, our drivers are unable to accept cash

Travel with confidence

  1. Hand sanitiser stations area available at Dublin Airport.
  2. On top of our existing daily cleaning schedule, our coaches are cleaned daily from front to back, with a high performance antiviral cleaning solution
  3. Our coaches are equipped with state-of-the-art air filtration systems, which regularly purify the air on-board the vehicle throughout your coach journey, eliminating microbes including bacteria and viruses

How you can help

  1. Plan ahead: check the most up to date Government Guidance before you travel
  2. Follow Government Guidance: do not travel if you're experiencing any coronavirus symptoms
  3. Please be patient and support our team as they're there to keep you safe


Further information

For more information on exemptions, please visit the Government website.

Please note our coronavirus safer coach travel requirements may change prior to travel: Conditions of Carriage & Policy.

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