Disturbed Airport Security, AFL Final Flight Delayed Viewers

Security threats at Sydney Airport on September 27 morning resulted in the evacuation of hundreds of passengers - including those who want to watch the 'grand finale' AFL - of one of the busy terminal. These events cancel at least 8 flights.
Qantas spokesman said a man left the secure area in Terminal 3 - which used Qantas flights domestik- before re-entering the area through the exit door, and go through security checks.

Everyone in the terminal then asked to leave the place and go back through security scanning point, to ensure that all passengers have been checked properly.


Disturbed Airport Security, AFL Final Flight Delayed Viewers 
Security threats at Sydney Airport on September 27 morning resulted in the evacuation of hundreds of passengers - including those who want to watch the 'grand finale' AFL - of one of the busy terminal.


At least eight flights were delayed up to an hour, and the impact on passengers in 1000.

Many of them want to fly to Melbourne to see the Sydney Swans team competed in the party 'grand final' AFL.
Qantas spokesman said the man arrived at the airport with a flight and re seen on CCTV entering the secure area through the exit.

The incident arose in the midst of increasing security threats after the beginning of this month, the Australian Government raised the national terror alert status to a higher category while the houses in Sydney and Brisbane was raided last week in an anti-terror operation.

Gail Perry, who was about to fly to Adelaide, said the passengers were asked to wait until their flight was called, before going back to the departures area.

"Maybe what they should do is to keep the passengers from the checkpoint, because everything is lining up in front of the middle of it, and now they call all the flights so people have to queue again. Should be set up like that, but I think everything is so panicked, they want to catch a flight, "said Gail.
David Wright said, he was greeted with long queues when arriving at the airport to fly to Melbourne.
"I hope they go down soon so that I can pass," he said.

ABC journalist and presenter, Geraldine Doogue, who also was at the airport, said the incident has an impact on many viewers AFL is about to fly to Melbourne.
"It's incredible scenery and of course a lot of people wearing scarves and looks worried. I do not see Hawthorn scarf, red and white bersyal majority, "Said source through abc.net.au

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