Fingal Express Launches in Lusk

25 Apr 2016

Eirebus, operators of the awarding winning Swords Express premium coach service, is expanding its range of scheduled services with the launch today of its inaugural route from Lusk to Dublin, Fingal Express. In addition, the coach operator has announced plans to launch a further route operating from Skerries and Rush to Dublin City Centre in the coming months.

The new Lusk to Dublin route will run at peak times on weekdays from commuter belt areas to Dublin City Centre via the Port Tunnel, and offers passengers fully seated coaches with no standees, comfortable reclining seats, air conditioning, complimentary Wi-Fi, an award winning level of customer service and a faster commute to the city centre for those living in the Lusk area.

The Fingal Express service has been designed to accommodate the growing number of working professionals commuting from outside the capital to Dublin City Centre and will serve key employment hubs such as East Point, IFSC and the Docklands.

Speaking at the launch of the Fingal Express route was Eirebus Director Sinead Kavanagh, who said:

“Fingal Express offers an affordable premium coach route to working professionals who travel from North County Dublin to the city centre on a daily basis. We would encourage commuters to leave their cars at home and use our luxury coaches to get to work in comfort.”

Fingal Express is owned and operated by Eirebus, Dublin’s leading coach operator with 45 years’ experience in providing top quality transport solutions, including the multi-award winning Swords Express service. Eirebus owns and operates a fleet of 50 deluxe coaches ranging in size from 16 to 53 seats and all vehicles are rigorously maintained at its state of the art headquarters, located close to Dublin Airport.

This inaugural route between Lusk and Dublin is the beginning of a wider expansion of our services in North County Dublin. In the coming months we will broaden our services to Skerries and Rush, offering the same level of premium service. We have seen a steady rise in the demand for transport services throughout the commuter belt and the launch of the Fingal Express route in Lusk is the first step in improving access to the city centre for those areas”.

A single Leap Card fare for an adult on the premium coach service is €4.50 with a reduced Leap Card price of €3.80 for students. Ticketing options also include cash fares, ten journey tickets, or unlimited monthly, quarterly and annual tax saver tickets. For more information on ticket prices please visit the link provided.

For information on tickets and times regarding the new route click the link provided: http://fingalexpress.com/our-routes