Dublin Airport has warned some passengers will be paying more for parking in the weeks and months ahead than they would have done over the past two years.
There's concern demand could outstrip supply as more people travel abroad.
Thousands of spaces have been lost after the closure of private operator Quickpark, which shut operations during the pandemic.
In a statement, the DAA say the price of parking " fluctuates depending on several factors, notably the time of year and the demand at that time for parking."
Parking prices dropped during certain points of the pandemic.
They're advising passengers to book online and in plenty of time before your trip.