IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? A new schedule has been announced for labour strikes at Australia’s airports by Department of Immigration and Border Protection workers.
What does the change mean? Travellers should plan for delays during the new period of work stoppages, 29 March through 4 April.
Background: The planned work stoppages were originally scheduled to begin Tuesday, but were postponed in the wake of the attacks in Belgium.
The schedule for Sydney Airport is:
The full schedule for all airports may be viewed here.
BAL Analysis: Travellers should remember to arrive at the airport early and plan for delays in moving through immigration and customs controls.
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