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Australian airports back to normal after passport computer crash

Australian airports back to normal after passport computer crash

Sydney (dpa) – International airline departures in the Australian cities of Sydney and Melbourne were back to normal by midday (0200 GMT) Monday after a passport checking system broke down for three hours.
Airport spokesmen said the Monday morning outage hit the Advanced Passenger Processing system used during check in to confirm whether a passenger is authorized to travel to a destination.
It forced airlines to check in passengers manually and caused delays for more than two hours for some flights out of Sydney and Melbourne.
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