aircoach

aircoach

(ˈɛəˌkəʊtʃ)
n
a bus that transports passengers to and from an airport
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If you're coming from Cork, flights are upwards of [euro]500 so a train or direct Aircoach to the capital is a better bet.
From Dublin Airport, we caught the Aircoach service (EUR12 return) into the city centre on Friday night - a journey of about 15 minutes.
Take the aircoach into town, drink to contentment for a couple of days and then hop on the Luas Line from St Stephen's Green to Sandyford.
An advert featuring the castle is on the back of an Aircoach touring the city for the next six months promoting the Attractions of Snowdonia Consortium.
FIVE groups have been shortlisted to operate Dublin's new Luas light rail system, and are said to include just one Irish company, Aircoach.
Campaign spokesman Mike McKillen said: "There are huge public transport vehicles sharing the same bit of road -- never mind the Luas, Aircoach is huge as is Bus Eireann.
A NEW bus route to the airport will create 13 jobs and help boost the tourism sector Labour TD Alan Kelly yesterday launched an Aircoach service that will run from Ballinteer to Dublin Airport The route will create 13 jobs and service travellers from the south of the city where there has previously been no access to the airport by bus.
Ticket holders are advised to get the bus, train or aircoach to the event which runs from Thursday to Sunday.
The Aircoach ploughed into John O'Brien's garden wall in Mitchelstown, Co Cork, around 9am.
"Then I saw an Aircoach bus just in front of me and it had been involved in a collision with a motorbike and a small Nissan.
The IHF also called for the deregulation of Ireland's transport infrastructure, citing the success of competition from the AirCoach service in Dublin and the Citylink route from Galway to Dublin Airport.