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Darwin Airport to get explosive detection machines

written by | November 24, 2011
Darwin Airport will get a pair pf Explosive Trace Detection machines as part of a $2m initiative to upgrade airport security.

Darwin Airport is set to receive a pair of Explosive Trace Detection machines by the end of the year.

The $100,000 machines come as part of $200 million federal government initiative to beef up airport security that will fund a raft of new measure including full body scanners, multi-view X-ray machines and additional security dogs.

The explosives detection machines are already in use across most major Australian airports.


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