The operators of Dublin Airport have been given the go ahead to charge people for dropping off and collecting passengers at Dublin Airport.
However, Dublin Airport Authority says there are no 'current' plans to introduce it.
In 2021 Fingal County Council gave planning permission to Dublin Airport Authority to develop new tolled drop off and pick off zones at the airport.
This decision was appealed by a local Independent councillor Joe Newman who argued it was a money grabbing decision.
However An Bord Pleanala has now upheld the ordinal decision with a number of conditions.
It means new road infrastructure changes, including the tolled drop off zone , can be introduced.
However in a statement a spokesperson for the DAA says it has ''no current' plans to introduce drop off or pick off charges.''
In response to media reports today, Dublin Airport has no current plans to introduce drop-off or pick-up charges.
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) March 22, 2023
Fine Gael Senator Emer Currie has described the messaging as confusing and says it's unclear if it will be introduced at some stage.