In less than a month’s time we can be flying abroad on holiday, catching up on family and seeing friends. Maybe even business travel to customers and clients. There will a big demand for trips, even if just to buy Duty Free in the UK, now that we can, again.
Car parking prices at Dublin Airport have always been steep and add to the cost of a holiday. However, if you book in advance there are considerable discounts available.
For example, the short-term car park cost €3 for the first hour and €4.50 thereafter, and €40 per day. The Red Express car park costs €9.50 per day and the Blue Holiday car park cost €8.50 per day.
Booking in advance means considerable savings. A week in the Short-Term car park at Terminal 2 will cost from €52.95. The Red Express car park will be from €42.00, and a week in the Holiday Blue car park from €36.00 week.
Dublin Airport Authority has also brought in contactless car parking for up to €99 on a transaction. Cafes, restaurants and shopping will be open. You can plan your visit at DublinAirport.com.