Chaos at Aussie airports as staff shortages extend wait times | 9 News Australia

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As school holidays come to an end, Nick McIntosh from the Transport Workers Union says staff shortages are plunging Australian airports into chaos once again despite thousands of jobs in the aviation industry on offer.

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