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Derry-Londonderry is easy to get to

Crossing by Air
Northern Ireland is served by flights into City of Derry Airport ,Belfast International Airport and Belfast City Airport Scheduled air services operate from nearly all major UK airports. There are many direct flights from major European cities. Major airlines operate scheduled services from the US and Canada to Belfast International Airport via UK and Republic of Ireland airports. Additionally, there are charter flights direct from New York and Toronto to Belfast. Click here for airport & route information...
 
Crossing by Ferry
Coast to Coast from Scotland to Northern Ireland in an hour! 
Northern Ireland has first-class ferry connections with Scotland, England and the Isle of Man. New, high-speed vessels, enhanced on-board amenities, entertainment and shopping, together with lower prices*, make the car ferry a very attractive way to go. * Check prices with the operators at time of booking. Click here for port & ferry information...
 
Cross Border Services - By Road/Rail
There are also good cross-border bus and rail links from the Irish Republic. 

BUS  - Ulsterbus work in co-operation with Bus Eireann and will have current bus schedules and prices.

RAIL - NI Railways work in co-operation with Iarnród Éireann as part of the Enterprise service between Dublin and Belfast. Click here for more road & rail information...
 
When you arrive | Getting Around
Making your way around Northern Ireland using public transport couldn’t be easier. Translink operates the Ulsterbus, and NI Railways integrated public transport system - you can reach every corner of every County in a couple of hours. For timetable and route information: www.translink.co.uk * (Promotions, family day trips and student discount information)

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E-Flow 

Cape House, Westend Office Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 

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The M50 is a motorway that runs around Dublin City. It is a tolled road which uses barrier free electronic camera technology instead of toll booths to collect the tolls.  This ensures a quicker, more fuel efficient journey. The barrier free tolling is located between Junction 6 (Blanchardstown) and Junction 7 (Lucan) on the M50. Road users cannot pay cash at the toll  and must pay up to two weeks in advance or by 8pm next day deadline online. You can also make a one off payment at one of the numerous Payzone retail outlets dotted across the Republic of Ireland. 

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