Airport ↔ Heuston - Single Tickets
One Way ticket on route 782 (Heuston Station Route) between Dublin Airport and Dublin City Centre with Dublin Express - Tickets can be used in either direction. This route is a loop so board at any stop and the bus will return to the Airport.
- Travel Time is 30 Minutes (off peak)
- Free WiFi on board
- All services offer 2 x 20kg bags to store
- Also permit one piece of soft hand luggage to bring onboard
- Click for Return Tickets options
Enjoy airport transfer for less on the luxury Dublin Express coaches.
Dublin Express is the hassle-free way to travel to Dublin Airport, with services every 30 minutes throughout the day.
With 76 departures a day Dublin Express is reliable, frequent and always competitive on price!
Route 782- Dublin Airport to City Centre
Dublin Airport (Terminal 1) - Zone 1
Dublin Airport (Terminal 2) - Zone 21
George's Quay (Stop 135141) - Stop serves many famous Dublin Pubs and restaurants including O'Reilly's and Mulligans.
Aston Quay (Stop 325) - Stop is close to Temple Bar where you can find bars, restaurants and shops as well as plenty of places to stay.
Wellington Quay (Stop 312) - This is also close to Temple Bar where you can find plenty of places to drink and eat.
Merchants Quay (Stop 1444) - Just around the corner from this stop is great attractions like Christ Church Cathedral and Dublinia. One of the oldest pubs in Ireland is also nearby at he Brazen Head.
Ushers Quay (Stop 10997)- Located in the Liberties, one of Dublin's oldest districts and only a few minutes’ walk from the Guinness Storehouse.
Heuston Train Station (Stop 4425 ) - One of the main train stations in Ireland, close to Phoenix Park, home to Dublin Zoo and the Wellington Monument.
Smithfield and Jameson Distillery (Stop 7453 Arran Quay) - Stop located at one of the most famous whiskey distilleries in the World.
Eden Quay (O’Connell Street Stop 297) - This stop is just down the road from O’Connell Street, Dublin's main street. There you'll find many food establishments along with shops and many side streets that are full of shops especially Henry Street which is one of the busiest pedestrianised streets in the city.
Custom House Quay (Stop 135271) - Located just down the road from Connolly Train Station, the main train station in Dublin City. From here you can get a train to destinations including Belfast, Sligo and locations on the East Coast.
The 782 service then returns to Dublin Airport Terminal 1 and 2.
Buy Dublin Express - Single Tickets
Your ticket is for travel on the next available service. It does not guarantee you a seat at a specific departure time.
Present Dublin Express tickets to driver on your phone - No need to print (but printed vouchers are also accepted)
Seats on Dublin Express coaches are filled on a first come first serve basis. If the coach is full you will be accommodated on the next available service.
Visitor Leap Cards and Leap Cards cannot be used to purchase Dublin Express tickets.
Note; For all bus services in Ireland you need to put your hand out to let the bus driver know you wish to board his/her bus.
Child Tickets are for Children Aged 3 to 16 years inclusive.
Children aged 0-2 (inclusive) can travel free when accompanied by a fare paying adult.
Please allow extra time to make your journey to the Airport in Peak hours.