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Sydney Airport has once again been thrown into chaos as lines of up to 300 metres long form with travellers eager to get away for the weekend.

Several Sydneysiders have shared pictures of the mass crowds at the airport on Friday.

One woman said the line up to get through international security was ‘easily 300 metres long’.

Sydney Airport has once again been thrown into chaos as lines of up to 300 metres long form with travellers eager to get away for the weekend

Sydney Airport has once again been thrown into chaos as lines of up to 300 metres long form with travellers eager to get away for the weekend

Sydney Airport has once again been thrown into chaos as lines of up to 300 metres long form with travellers eager to get away for the weekend

Another traveller said the queues were ‘absolutely astonishing’.

‘I’m 1/2 way now after almost an hour,’ they tweeted with a picture of huge line of travellers.

One man said on Friday morning there were just five out of 13 security checkpoints open and the wait time was at least an hour long.

‘You (Sydney Airport) really need to fix the security check-in and get your customer service back to where it was pre-pandemic. You will lose so many customers,’ tweeted one fed up traveller. 

Several Sydneysiders have shared pictures of the mass crowds at the airport on Friday

Several Sydneysiders have shared pictures of the mass crowds at the airport on Friday

Several Sydneysiders have shared pictures of the mass crowds at the airport on Friday

‘An hour and a half in the queue so far, still a couple of hundred people before security,’ another said. 

One disgruntled passenger said the airport was ‘a s**t show with long lines and no staff.’ 

‘How hard is it to provide some level of service.’

Earlier this month there were huge delays for travellers planning a trip for the start of school holidays with queues stretching to one kilometre long.

Passengers complained of missing their flights while some claimed the long hold-up in the terminals was worsened by queue jumpers barging to the front of the lines. 

Airport bosses blamed school holidays, a shortage of security personnel and, remarkably, forgetful passengers out of the habit of removing items from their luggage for scanning. 

More to come 

Source: Daily Mail

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