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UPDATE: MELBOURNE Airport remains at a standstill with all flights grounded for more than an hour as the chaos caused by a blackout continues.
"Flights are coming in and obviously landing, but our priority is getting our screening points system back running," a Melbourne Airport spokeswoman told the Herald Sun.
"We are regaining power progressively but we're not up and running (flights) just yet.
"At the moment our focus is working on resolving this matter as quick as we can and then of course we will investigate its cause."
She confirmed outbound flights across the board had been banked up for more than hour, triggering queues of thousands of frustrated travellers at Tullamarine.
Twitter users left in the dark inside the airport have told how food outlets are unable to cook and have been forced to temporarily shut, while security manning car park gates are accepting unpaid tickets as machines fail to function.
Travellers are being warned to expect delays.
Various pockets of the airport are slowly regaining power, including Terminal 2.
The airport spokeswoman said power across all three terminals was lost at 9.20am.
This article first appeared on www.adelaidenow.com.au
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