Due to the bad weather we have had to revise the timetable for Sunday 4th of March.
The buses will run, but some journeys may be missing.
The following schedules will run for the Maynooth and Tallaght services.
Maynooth to Airport Airport to Maynooth
12:00 – 12:50
14:00 – 14;50
Tallaght to Airport Airport to Tallaght
If you have booked another time slot don’t worry your ticket is valid for travel on any other journey of your choosing.
Please leave plenty of time for your journey and consult the above time table before traveling to avoid long waits or late arrival at your destination.
Met Éireann has issued a new status red snow-ice warning as snow accumulations continue to increase significantly due to further heavy falls of snow across the country.
The latest warning, issued on Friday afternoon, affects Dublin, Kildare, Wexford, Wicklow and Meath and is in effect from Friday at 4pm until Saturday morning at 9am.
Airport Hopper is cancelled all day Friday.
Met Éireann has extended its Status Red snow ice alert in Munster and Leinster to include the entire country, as a result services are cancelled for Friday 2nd March.
Airport Hopper Service Update
Due to the updated forecast for deteriorating weather conditions this evening, Airport Hopper wishes to advise customers that we will operate our services this evening until 19.00. Last departures from the Airport are listed below. Our focus is on operating our services to get customers and employees home safely this evening. The service will resume at midday on Friday the 2nd of March. Times are listed below.
Last buses this evening are as follows,
Maynooth to Airport 17:50
Airport to Maynooth 18:50
Tallaght to Airport 18:20
Airport to Tallaght 18:10
Service will resume on Friday afternoon as follows
Maynooth to Airport 15:00
Airport to Maynooth 12:50
Tallaght to Airport 13:20
Airport to Tallaght 13:10
Any questions, pls email us at email@example.com or check out our live positioning on the website!
On the 16th of November, the Fleet Bus & Coach Awards 2018 awarded Airport Hopper the Coach Operator of the Year on the Airport Services category, beating 4 other nominees.
As explained by Jarlath Sweeney, Managing Editor of Fleet Bus & Coach magazine on behalf of event organisers, the adjudication process was undertaken by a panel of expert stakeholders within the passenger transport industry, selecting a list of finalists to go forward for interview and, then, choosing the winners in each category.
This is a well-deserved prize for the efforts the company has been constantly applying in delighting our passengers with a premium service, always focusing in excellent customer care, safety, comfort, reliability, punctuality and affordability over its more than 5 years of existence serving the local communities like Maynooth, Tallaght, Clondalkin, Lucan, Leixlip, Liffey Valley and much more.
Dualway’s COO, Trish McConn, says “We are delighted to win the best industry award in Ireland. There are no words to describe how grateful we are for all the support and confidence we have received from our Airport Hopper passengers”.
Airport Hopper by Dualway group thanks each of the more than 350,000 passengers for trusting and relying on their services. This prize is also of yours!
Maldron Hotel Tallaght is comprised of a contemporary glass and stone structure. Airy rooms come with free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Suites add separate lounge areas and balconies with views of the city and surrounding hills.There’s a trendy bar and an all-day restaurant serving international cuisine; a carvery lunch is offered on weekdays. The leisure club houses a heated indoor pool, Jacuzzi and fitness centre with daily classes.
Phone: +353 (01) 468 5400