No airport parking through Ryanair website as talks fail

Dublin Airport says it ‘remains open’ to discussing matter further

All existing car bookings are unaffected and Dublin Airport continues to offer pre-booked car parking online

All existing car bookings are unaffected and Dublin Airport continues to offer pre-booked car parking online

 

It will no longer be possible to book parking at Dublin Airport through the Ryanair website after the airline failed to agree terms on a new contract with the facility.

In a statement, Dublin Airport said it had been selling car parking via the Ryanair website for three years. The arrangement, it said, had been “commercially successful” for both Ryanair and the airport during that period.

The agreement was however up for renewal, and, as the parties were “unable to agree terms”, the contract “has lapsed”.

Dublin Airport said it “remains open” to discussing the matter further with Ryanair.

“All existing car bookings are unaffected and Dublin Airport continues to offer pre-booked car parking online at DublinAirport.com and via the Dublin Airport app,” it added.

A spokesman for Ryanair said it did not comment on commerical agreements but acknowledged the contract with Dublin Airport had been “terminated” .

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