People heading on holidays this weekend are facing parking issues at Dublin Airport if they haven't pre-booked.
All car parks are full and the DAA has asked passengers who do not have a booking to find other transport options.
Parking availability will be extremely limited in the upcoming days, with all car parks sold out and expected to be full.
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The parking issue could be resolved if the nearby Quick Park facility opened up. It has over six thousand spaces.
The DAA has put in a bid to purchase it but is waiting approval from the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission.
However the group says this process shouldn't prevent the operation of the car park.
Fine Gael Senator Emer Currie says the issue needs to be resolved immediately: She said: ''I think there are solutions there. We need clarity around these 6 thousand spaces. We can't be in a situation where DAA can drive up the prices of parking and consumers are paying the price.''
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