Dublin is serviced by scheduled and low-cost airlines.
- Aer Lingus is the national carrier and flies from many UK and European airports, both international and regional, often at very competitive rates - www.aerlingus.com
- Ryanair is another well-known carrier, with many alternative departure airports, from Britain and throughout Europe - www.ryanair.com
- Many other European and British airlines fly into Dublin on a regular basis, such as BMI - (www.flybmi.com)
Aircoach, also known locally as the “Blue Bus” offers a service from outside the Arrivals Terminal in Dublin Airport. There are 6 different routes, 4 of which go to South Dublin. It is important to choose the correct route. The direct Aircoach to Dun Laoghaire is the Killiney/Dalkey route, using the County Hall/Marine Road stop for the National Yacht Club, or the Royal Marine Hotel stop for the Royal Marine Hotel. This service operates hourly and rates are adult €8.00 one way and €14.00 return (child under 13, €2.50 & €3.50 respectively) (correct at February 2011).The transfer time is approximately 40 mins. For full details, including on-line booking go to www.aircoach.ie