Ryanair and DAA fail to reach parking deal
Published 30/11/2015 | 02:30
Ryanair passengers can no longer book parking at Dublin Airport via the airline's website.
A three-year contract between the pair expired within the past few days, but the airline and the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) failed to agree the terms of a new arrangement.
"Dublin Airport has been selling car parking via the Ryanair website for three years. The arrangement has been commercially successful for both Ryanair and Dublin Airport during that period," a spokesman for the DAA said.
"The agreement was up for renewal and as we have been unable to agree terms, the contract has lapsed. We remain open to discussing the matter further with Ryanair."
A Ryanair spokesman confirmed that the contract has ended. "We will shortly appoint a new car park partner for Dublin Airport," he said.