Sydney Airport staff offered $50 Woolies gift cards to help stem airport chaos
Had we known airport security could be bribed… we mean, “incentivised”… with gift cards, we would have smuggled way more cheap booze on our last overseas trip.
Isolation laws change to ease delays as airport chaos persists
Relaxed isolation laws may be good for airport efficiency, but they’re not so good for airport workers who are keen to binge the new season of Bridgerton.
“We’re facing a perfect storm:” Sydney Airport apologises over hours-long queues as Alan Joyce blames passengers
Long lines at the airport mean less time for leafing through magazines, milling about cosmetic kiosks and the all-important stop at Crispy Cream. We won’t stand for it!
Rex to complete ‘Golden Triangle’ of flights next month
Just to clarify, the ‘Golden Triangle’ in this instance is Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, and not the prime agricultural land in north-western NSW.
Australia’s first international passenger flights in nearly 600 days take off, as travel ban lifts
Today is the day, folks! Australia’s travel ban has officially lifted and fully-vaxxed Aussies can begin to reunite with their loved ones for the first time since March 2020.
Travel to Singapore, South Korea and Japan on the cards in early 2021: Sydney Airport CEO
Despite Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s gloomy international travel forecast, the head of Australia’s largest airport is naturally a lot more optimistic.
Sydney Airport CEO pleased with “resilient” full-year results
by Huntley Mitchell
Geoff Culbert has remained upbeat about the company’s full-year results against what he says were “some of the toughest trading conditions we’ve seen since the financial crisis”.
Sydney Airport celebrates international traffic boom
Champagne all round! We don’t have any champagne right now, so we’ll have to settle for the luke-warm tea we found on our desk.
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