Travel Cork-Dublin in just 3 Hours with New Non-Stop Coach Service from Bus Éireann and

-           GoBé is new Cork-Dublin city-Dublin Airport coach service from Irish companies Bus Éireann and GoBus
-           Non-stop service from Cork to Dublin City to Dublin Airport
-           Free WiFi & Toilets
-           Operates 160 times a week
-           Adult return from Cork to Dublin Airport from just €25 promotional fare  

Irish transport providers Bus Éireann and GoBus are to introduce a new non-stop coach service from Cork to Dublin city with a journey time of just 3 hours from 3rd September 2012.

Operating using the GoBé brand, the new service will operate 160 times a week between Cork city (Parnell Place), Dublin (Busaras) and Dublin Airport. There will be no stops in-between. The service will take just 3 hours from Cork city to Dublin city, and 3 hours and 20 mins from Cork city to Dublin Airport.

With early morning services from Cork starting daily at 00:30am and operating at 2.30am, 4.30am and 6.30am, GoBé provides a great option for people wanting to make early flights from Dublin Airport or business meetings in the capital.

In addition, customers can arrive to their destination relaxed and refreshed having travelled on new, high comfort coaches equipped with free WiFi, toilets, and extra legroom.

Promotional Adult Return fares from Cork city to Dublin city cost just €20, and from Cork city to Dublin Airport cost just €25. Tickets for the GoBé service can only be purchased on-line at

Bus Éireann and GoBus already have a commercial arrangement that sees them work together on non-stop services between Galway and Dublin. GoBé is the first time both companies have run services together under a single brand.

“Bus Éireann is delighted to be working again with a quality Irish coach provider in GoBus to provide Cork customers with choice, cost savings and convenience. Going to Dublin city and Dublin Airport with GoBé will save customers time and allows them to sit back, relax and enjoy not having to pay tolls, parking charges or fuel costs,” said Joe Fitzgerald, Regional Manager, South, Bus Éireann.

“Once again we’re delighted to have the opportunity to build on our existing working relationship with Bus Éireann,” said Jim Burke, Managing Director, “We already have an established arrangement on the Galway Dublin non-stop route and it’s our aim to provide the same great non-stop service to Cork customers, with quality coaches, free Wifi, toilets and very affordable fares when booked on line with gobé.ie. It’s all about the giving the best options to the travelling public.”

From Cork, GoBé will operate daily at 00:30am; 2.30am; 4.30am; 6.30am; 8.30am; 9.30am (Fri & Sun); 10:30 am, 11.30am (Fri & Sun); 12.30am; 1.30pm (Fri & Sun); 2.30pm; 3.30pm; 4.30pm; 5.30pm (Fri & Sun); 6.30pm.

From Dublin Airport, GoBé will operate daily at 6am; 8am; 10am; 11am (Fri & Sun); 12am; 1pm (Fri & Sun); 2pm; 3pm (Fri & Sun); 4pm; 5pm (Fri & Sun); 6pm; 7pm (Fri & Sun); 8pm; 10pm, and 12pm.

For further information on GoBé, customers should visit


Wednesday, 29th August, 2012