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Improved links between Derry-Londonderry and Coleraine line trains and Belfast International Airport

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Translink has announced an enhanced bus service to Belfast International Airport from Antrim Bus and Train Station from Monday, 9th April. This will facilitate regular users of the 109a and 109d, as well as train passengers on the Derry~Londonderry and Coleraine line.

The timetable has been enhanced on the 109a and 109d to provide greater connectivity for train passengers to and from Belfast International Airport from all stations up to and between Derry~Londonderry and Antrim – Bellarena, Castlerock, Coleraine, Ballymoney, Cullybackey and Ballymena.

John Morgan, Ulsterbus Service Delivery Manager, Antrim, said: “We are responding to requests from our customers in Derry~Londonderry and the North West for improved links to Belfast International Airport.

“The 109a and 109d will collect passengers transferring from the train at Antrim Bus and Train Station to Belfast International Airport, with scheduled departures at 25 past every hour between 6.25am and 10.25pm. For those arriving at the Airport to connect to the Derry~Londonderry train line, buses will collect at the airport from 6.52am until 10.40pm”.

John concluded: “This enhanced timetable on the 109a and 109d will enable more people to avail of our rail and bus services and make Translink ‘Your First Choice for Travel’ in Northern Ireland”.

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