Sydney Airport chaos as school holidays begin | 7NEWS

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Day one of the school holidays brought more chaos and confusion at Sydney Airport.

With many cancellations some passengers faced wait times of more than 8 hours and that’s if they were lucky enough to get on a flight.


7NEWS at 6pm.

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