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Jul 15, 2010

The official list of recent aviation security incidents in Australia

This is the Office of Transport Security summary of all recent aviation security incidents at Australian airports. As mentioned in the

Ben Sandilands — Editor of Plane Talking

Ben Sandilands

Editor of Plane Talking

This is the Office of Transport Security summary of all recent aviation security incidents at Australian airports.

As mentioned in the Crikey subscriber email this afternoon, most of these incidents were in fact the detection of security breaches before they occurred, and most of those were trivial, although a few of them were also the result of security lapses.

The list came to light because of a planned planned beat-up by a News reporter of alleged terrorism related failings in airport security that had become the subject of some ridicule among airline and airport executives who were aware of it.

This list covers a period in which close to 120 million people would have travelled by air in Australia.

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  1. EngineeringReality

    Thank God all those fiendish and diabolical passengers with knitting needles were found and apprehended. They have obviously been spreading amongst us unsuspecting travelling public – even been detected at Hobart.

    I bet most of them were masquerading as old grannies too.

    P.S. Bit disappointed at the Darwin reports – expected something a bit more interesting from The Territory

  2. Rainer

    Why use the american date format, why not use the international one: 2010-07-15

  3. Ben Sandilands

    Agree, however I had to use a stack of screen grabs off the actual document.

  4. EngineeringReality

    Obviously the Office of Transport Security is using an American product for their database.

  5. SBH

    Hobart’s the real worry area engineeringreality. Chilling stuff!