Aircoach, Ireland’s leading private bus and coach operator, has announced that Free Travel Passes (FTP) under the Department of Social Protection Free Travel Scheme, will now be accepted on their Cork (704X) and Galway (706/706X) routes
This announcement further develops the Aircoach FTP offering, adding to its current acceptance on all three Dublin routes.
FTP customers will be able to reserve their seat on the Aircoach App or online, guaranteeing their seat and allowing them to board the bus in the first group of passengers.
The FTP card must be presented at the time of boarding and tapped on the ticket machine. A seat can be reserved via the Aircoach App or website for a small fee by selecting Free Travel Pass as the passenger type.
In recent weeks the company has launched its new mobile app designed with innovation and user-friendliness to the forefront. This app has simplified the customer booking experience while providing route tracking functionality and many other highly sought after features.
Dervla McKay, Managing Director of Aircoach said:
“We are delighted to finally announce that Free Travel Passes will now be accepted on our Galway and Cork Services.
Aircoach is fully committed to ensuring that services are accessible to all and can reach those who may need to avail of coach travel as their only means of reaching social, travel and economic hubs across the island.
“As we endeavor to innovate our services towards a green economy, alongside the recent launch of our app, we will continue to develop initiatives and enhance the experience of our valued customers.”