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    Customs have processed a record 14.46 million international passengers in the year ending June

    Customs have processed a record 14.46 million international passengers in the year ending June


    That's 3.5 per cent higher compared to the previous 12 months.

    Ninety-seven per cent came through the five international airports - the rest through a seaport.

    Border operations group manager Terry Brown says they've continued to provide a positive and streamlined experience - with 96 per cent of commercial air travellers processed within 45 minutes of landing.

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