Dublin Airport - City Centre Transfer Routes and Currently Running Operators Maps
Unfortunately Airlink Express Routes Are Currently Suspended:
Airlink Express 747 Route Dublin Airport to Heuston Station via O'Connel Street, Temple Bar
Airlink Express 757 Route Dublin Airport to Charlotte Way via Trinity College Dublin, Merrion Square and St Stephen's Green
While we are working to restore services as soon as possible we recommend the following alternative transport links and transfer options:
Dublin Bus Line 16
From Dublin City: The 16 travels toward Dublin City from Balinteer. You can join Route 16 at any of the designated stops. In the city centre, some of these stops include Aungier Street, George's Street, Dame Street, O'Connell Street, and Parnell Square. The bus will terminate at Zone 15 at Dublin Airport.
From Dublin Airport: Route 16 begins at Zone 15 at Dublin Airport. The bus will travel via Santry, Beaumont, Whitehall, Drumcondra to Dublin City, continuing to Balinteer. There are regular stops on the route.
Dublin Bus Line 41
From Dublin City: The 41 begins in Dublin City on Abbey Street. You can join Route 41 here, or at any of the designated stops along the route. In the city centre, some of these stops Gardiner Street, Mounjoy Square, and Dorset Street. The bus will terminate at Zone 15 at Dublin Airport.
From Dublin Airport: Route 41 begins at Zone 15 at Dublin Airport. The bus will travel via Santry, Whitehall, Drumcondra to Dublin City, There are regular stops on the route.
Mini Coach Hire for Groups
Alternative transport options to and from Dublin Airport include Small Mini-Bus Hire and great value chauffeur travel by Irish Chauffeurs. This is an affordable option ideal for beginning or completing your journey to and from Dublin Airport. All our Chauffeur transport partners follow and implement strict health, hygiene & safety policies to the highest level. Prior to, and on completion of every trip, vehicles are meticulously sanitised both exterior and interior.
Dublin Airport Taxi Rank
Currently, only the taxi rank at Terminal 1 is operating. At the taxi rank, you will find hand sanitiser stations and you are requested to sanitise your hands before and after your journey. There are also directional floor markings at the taxi rank to ensure safe distancing is practiced.
Can I Pick People up at Dublin Airport?
If you are picking up passengers at Dublin Airport, it is worth noting that access to the airport terminals should be limited to passengers, crew members and staff where possible. If you are planning to collect passengers, Dublin Airport have assigned new meeting points. The new meeting points are just outside Terminal 1, and for Terminal 2, are located at the glass walk-way between the Terminal 2 multi-storey car park and arrivals. It is recommend that you plan and arrange meeting points in advance.