The company behind a new bus service for Dublin Airport says it will start carrying passengers from Tuesday March 3rd.
The Dublin Express will be a high-frequency, cross-city network of airport coaches.
The first three routes will operate a total of 72 services round the clock.
These will offer transfer via the Dublin Port Tunnel between Dublin Airport and three city stops at Custom House, Smithfield and Merrion Square.
This will cost €6 for a single journey.
The contract to run the service was awarded to British bus firm National Express and will be operated on their behalf by Bernard Kavanagh Coaches.
John Boughton is managing director of National Express Ireland: "We're excited to see the first vehicles in our state-of-the-art fleet of coaches hit the roads next week.
"Dublin Express will transform what it means to ride an airport service in Dublin with a guaranteed seat with every booking, reclining leather seats, extra legroom, a generous luggage allowance, free WiFi and charging sockets."
He added: "Booking and payment is easy with tap-and-go and contactless ticketing at the airport plus real-time information means customers can track their coach."
A phased expansion of Dublin Express will see additional services being added to increase frequency and connect more locations across the city.
This service joins several other airport routes - including the Aircoach and recently extended 24-hour 41 Dublin Bus service.
More information can be found here