The cost of parking at Dublin Airport has risen dramatically in recent weeks with increased demand partly to blame.
The closure of a private parking facility has also seen the loss of three and a half thousand spaces.
According to reports prices have increased by as much as 100 per cent.
The airport operates a dynamic pricing model that is influenced by demand and the time of the year.
An increase in travel over the Easter break saw a push for spaces with limited availability for travellers.
Editor of Air and Travel Magazine, Eoghan Corry, expects prices to remain high;
"The biggest problem is that the demand is going to outstrip supply for the entire summer unless something dramatic happens. The clear reason for this is that one of the, not a Dublin Airport carpark but a private carpark Quickpark, closed during Covid and has not reopened."
The daa is advising passengers to prebook online to get the best available rates.
A spokesperson said; "We also encourage passengers, where possible, to journey to Dublin Airport via the many public transport options available."