Bus Éireann is reminding travelers that there is an alternative to using your private car when travelling to Ireland West Airport Knock for your holiday breaks.
The company’s Chief Commercial Officer Eleanor Farrell says Expressway Route 64 serves Ballindine, Claremorris, Ballyhaunis, Knock, Kilkelly and Charlestown, providing daily connectivity to Ireland West Airport Knock
Travelling by coach, she claims, will avoid fuel costs and allow you to travel in a more environmentally friendly way.
Bus Éireann invested in 30 new coaches for the Expressway fleet nationally last year and the new 60 seater coaches emit 90% less nitrous oxides than the vehicles they are replacing,while all of the new coaches are also wheelchair accessible.
Eleanor has been speaking to Midwest News Editor Teresa O’Malley about the advantages of taking Expressway Route 64 to Knock airport..