DSExecutive Service

at 24 Glendun Park, Belfast, BT179AY United Kingdom

One Of Ireland's Leading Chauffeur Companies. Excellent Standard Of Quality And Service We Cover all of North & South of Ireland

DSExecutive Service
24 Glendun Park
Belfast BT179AY
United Kingdom
Contact Phone
P: 02890 294870 / 07799653005


DS Executive Services is one of Ireland's leading chauffeur companies. We offer excellent standard of quality and service to all our clients. We are based in Northern Ireland and specialise in event transportation, airport transfers and corporate transportation. We provide our clients with the highest standard of professional service that delivers attention to detail. We are 100% commitment to meet the individual’s needs to the best of standards. We specifically provide chauffeur driven cars for your business and personal requirements. We recognize that your time is precious, therefore our Chauffeur Service offers much more than simply driving you or your clients around. Here at DS-Executive we are pleased to help with any needs you may have. Contact Details: Call us on .... 02890 294870 / 07799653005 Email .... dsexecutiveservices@yahoo.co.uk / DSExecutiveservices@hotmail.co.uk Website .... www.dsexecutiveservice.com Offical Facebook page .... Chauffeur-Hire DS-Executive

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A big congratulations to Carl Frampton on winning the IBF World Super-Bantamweight at the Titanic tonight, All of Belfast is on a high

Published on 2014-09-06 22:47:19 GMT

For al, who is traveling by Air from with in the UK and Europe please be aware and please insure that if the air space/ways do get closed down for a time that you have the prober safety for you cost ie insurance. Iceland volcano: Eruption under ice-cap sparks red alert Melting ice could trigger bigger eruptions, says geophysicist Dr Ian Stimpson Continue reading the main story Related Stories How 2010 volcano chaos unfolded Volcanic ash triggers plankton bloom Audio slideshow: Volcano visitors Iceland has issued a red alert to aviation after indications of a possible eruption under the country's biggest glacier, the Vattnajokull. The Icelandic Met Office warned that a small eruption had taken place under the Dyngjujokull ice cap. Seismic activity is continuing at the Bardarbunga volcano, about 30km away. Airspace over the site has been closed, but all Icelandic airports currently remain open, authorities say. A Europe-wide alert has also been upgraded. European air safety agency Eurocontrol said it would produce a forecast of likely ash behaviour every six hours. Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull volcano erupted in 2010, producing ash that severely disrupted air travel. The red alert is the highest warning on the country's five-point scale. Flooding threat The Icelandic Met Office said a team of scientists was flying across the region on Saturday afternoon to monitor seismic activity. "The eruption is considered a minor event at this point," police said in a statement. "Because of pressure from the glacier cap, it is uncertain whether the eruption will stay sub-glacial or not."

Published on 2014-08-24 11:05:59 GMT

DS Executive Service would like to Congratulate Rory Best on becoming Ulster Rugby Captain

Published on 2014-08-01 11:09:08 GMT

Time for another drive in this beautiful sunshine :) Thankfully all DD Executive Service cars are fully Air Conditioned

Published on 2014-07-25 16:21:56 GMT

Nice day early start 03:00 head to Dungannon and bring clients to Belfast City Airport now on way to Dublin Airport to Bring Clients back to Belfast. A nice Sunday Drive