A report on the proposed second terminal at Dublin airport has been given to the Minister for Transport Seamus Brennan.
The Department of Transport have confirmed that the Minster is reviewing the report but that he would not comment at this stage.
The Minister will study the report before deciding on whether or not to formally invite tenders to construct the terminal.
Minister Brennan set up the report when he put together a three-man team headed by Paddy Mullarkey, former Secretary General in the Department of Finance.
13 expressions of interest were received from around the world to build the terminal.