IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) workers are planning a 24-hour stoppage on Friday 12 August at international airports, ports and other sites. Due to shift arrangements, this action may affect some late flights on the evening of 11 August and early flights on the morning of 13 August.
BAL Analysis: Government officials said they are working to minimise the impact on the travelling public, but that delays should be expected. Travellers at affected airports are advised to arrive early and proceed directly to immigration and customs after checking in.
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