Doncaster Airport Buses
Robin Hood Doncaster Airport has an amazing local bus network. The airport is accessible easily from South of the England via A1 and from M18 that connects to M62 using both public and private transport. If you are being dropped at the Doncaster centre then further travel arrangements would be needed for getting to the airport. Either a taxi could be booked or you can catch any bus from the five buses which operate from the Doncaster centre hourly. National Express operates the coach services out of and into the Doncaster itself. Several direct services to London Victoria, Scunthorpe, and York are available from here as large number of the onward services is operated from all these destinations.
You can also book in advance as the National Express has removed their booking fee while purchasing the tickets online. There used to be a shuttle service, 707 that linked the Robin Hood Airport and the Doncaster Town Centre from A1 stand at Interchange of Doncaster and the tickets were available from East Coast/National Express/GNER. This journey took less than 25 minutes but soon after the operation started, the route 707 was adjusted. That resulted in a much longer journey. From August of 2010, this route was scrapped altogether and made it the ‘official’ bus of airport. The new buses have larger luggage racks for the convenience of the customers too.
Other than this, there are several buses between Doncaster City Centre and the airport. Regular bus services links the Robin Hood Airport with Barnsley, Doncaster, Worksop, Retford and several other surrounding areas. The services departing from A1 stand at Interchange of Doncaster include First 91 Service, 707 Shuttle Bus for Robin Hood Airport and X19 Stagecoach Service. Overall, there are really good connections of buses from city centre to several areas around the region.