Coronavirus advice

As the Coronavirus COVID-19 continues to spread, we recognise and appreciate the increased uncertainty that this is causing. The situation has our fullest attention. The safety of our customers and colleagues is always our top priority and we are taking several precautionary safety measures to ensure a safe and comfortable journey for all. In light of the current situation, we will do everything we can to assist you with your upcoming travel plans.


Please note we will update this page on an ongoing basis as and when circumstances change.

If I travel into Dublin or Rosslare do I have to self-quarantine


Passenger Notice from the Government of Ireland


People arriving to Ireland from overseas are required to restrict their movements on arrival for 14 days. This condition applies to everyone, regardless of which country you have travelled from or your country of citizenship.


The only exceptions are if you:

  • enter Ireland from Northern Ireland.

  • are an essential supply chain worker, for example, a pilot, seafarer or a haulier.


Guidance on how to restrict your movements is available from the Irish health service.


People living in Ireland are staying at home in all circumstances, unless they work in an essential service, need to buy food or medicine, need to attend a medical appointment, need to care for a family member or are taking brief exercise within 2km of their home.


Hotels and other accommodation services are closed to new guests. Non-essential shops, as well as theatres, restaurants, bars and public amenities are closed.