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Power outage grounds flights at Sydney Airport

Staff Writer |
An outage at Sydney Airport air traffic control has grounded flights in and out of Australia's largest airport.

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The systems were down from about 5.20am Monday (local time), as thousands of passengers converge on the airport at the start of school holidays.

All flights out of Sydney have been delayed until further notice.

Arrivals have been able to land, but all services to Sydney from Melbourne have not been boarded, with passengers told air traffic control had suffered a "power outage".


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