Roo plane incident sparks call for council action against ‘lack of security’
The City of Brisbane has been threatened with a “full scale” police action if its security personnel fail to respond to suspicious packages left on planes at airport terminals.
A spokeswoman for the airport said the package was discovered after 3.30pm on Wednesday.
She said all aircraft arriving at Brisbane Airport had to get off at different times but some passengers are not entitled to one-off items such as an extra coat on board.
Ms Anderson said the incident led to increased staff on board the airport.
“They’ve said all the airports카지노 사이트 are different, but if you get one on each of these planes it’ll definitely be different,” she said.
“It’s quite easy to get a package and get it back, they’ve got extra staff that work on these.
“They 카지노 사이트haven’t been able to respond to any of the reports that we’ve been putting up about a lot of people just getting very upset that there’s just not enough people around.”
A spokesman for Premier Campbell Newman said security is a top priority.
“Security of our members, of our staff, of our aircraft, our equipment and our air traffic services is a top priority of the Premier,” he said.
“The Premier has long advocated that all Queenslanders enjoy the same level of public trust in this state.
“We will always work closely with the Queensland Police Servi더킹카지노ce as they continue their ongoing efforts to safeguard our people and aviation.”
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