Ten days of strike action at Australia's international airports

Strike action has been called at Australia’s eight international airports starting Monday, September 21 through September 30. Employees who process arriving and departing travellers will stop work for two hours, twice a day during morning and afternoon peak hours in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, Gold Coast and Cairns.

Advice For Travellers

Travellers should expect delays due to the strike action. The schedule is as follows:

AIRPORT STOPPAGES

Sydney (7am-9am and 7pm-9pm)

Melbourne Tullamarine (5am-7am and 9pm-11pm)

Brisbane (7am-9am and 7pm-9pm)

Gold Coast (6.40am-8.40am and 7pm-9pm)

Cairns (4am-6am and 6pm-8pm)

Adelaide (6.30am-8.30am and 8pm-10pm)

Perth (5.30am-7.30am and 5pm-7pm)

Darwin (4.30am-6.30am and 5pm-7pm)

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