Fri, Oct 21, 2005
Two Men Accused Of Carrying Airport IDs When They Shouldn't
Two former contractors for the
Australian flag carrier, Qantas, have been charged with illegally
carrying Aviation Security Identification Cards at Sydney Airport
Tuesday. Qantas found out and immediately reported the incident to
Australian Federal Police.
"As a result, the two have been charged under federal aviation
security law," Qantas security chief Geoff Askew told reporters.
"Until these charges have been dealt with, it's not appropriate for
me comment further."
The passes allow airline workers and their contractors access to
airport ramps. Both men have now been ordered to court, where
they'll have to appear November 15th.
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