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Whether you're travelling to Derry or Galway for a holiday, or heading out of Ireland via Knock Airport, with 10 services a day in each direction, Expressway Route 64 is the perfect choice.
Arrive ready to fly when you travel from Derry or Galway to Knock Airport. Expressway Route 64 arrives directly into Knock Airport.
On Route 64, the journey time between Derry and Knock Airport is 4 hours, and between Galway and Knock Airport is just 1 hour and 20 minutes.
Expressway coaches provide superior comfort and convenience with reclining leather seats, air conditioning, sockets for charging devices, free 4G Wi-Fi, and plenty of room for luggage. Our fleet of luxury coaches will ensure your journey between Knock, Derry and Galway is as relaxing as it is enjoyable.
Choose to travel between Knock Airport, Derry and Galway with Expressway, Ireland's largest airport bus service and avoid the delays caused by traffic and other travel uncertainties.
Departing from Galway to Knock Airport 4 times daily from 6:00 am and from Derry to Knock twice daily from 1:13 pm, Expressway Route 64 is a popular airport transfer service in the West of Ireland. Please see our timetable for more information.
Departing from Knock Airport, we run 4 services a day to Galway and 2 from Derry. Please see our timetable for more details.
P = Pick-up stop only.
D = Drop-off stop only.
R = Request Stop.
M = Note: This service will notcarry passengers from Ballisodare to Sligo.
FO = Operates Friday only.
SuX = Operates Monday to Saturday only − does not operate on Public Holidays.
SuO = Operates Sundays & Public Holidays only.
A change of coach may be necessary at Sligo. See Table 52 for more Galway/Claremorris/Knock services.
No services on Christmas Day. Enquire about St.Stephen's Day services.
Not too far from Knock Airport, Derry and Galway offer an impressive array of attractions. From lively party scenes to fine dining and outdoor adventures, these areas are sure to excite.
Galway's food scene includes incredible cafés, bistros and fine dining restaurants that will delight, using the best of local ingredients. These culinary treasures can only be rivalled by the lively pub scene! From a lively pub to a quaint one, you'll find something to match all tastes. If you visit the city during festival time, you'll understand how Galway got its reputation as a party town. But it's not all food, drink and parties, the city also boasts the impressive Galway City Museum of history, architecture and film.
The city of Derry has a rich and varied cultural heritage. This walled city is home to a number of museums, galleries and theatres, as well as thriving musical and literary scenes. The modern city scapes are complemented by the old-world architecture of city walls that house this must-see destination.
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