Counter-terrorism police will be delivering security training at airports in north-west New South Wales this week.
About 100 airport workers and emergency services crews will be briefed at Narrabri, Moree, Armidale and Tamworth airports.
Sergeant Peter Ray, from Counter-Terrorism and Special Tactics Command, will be conducting the training.
He says it follows on from training sessions rolled out last year to make airports safer.
“Basically it’s how to identify suspicious people, also how to enhance their security around the airports, keeping all the employees and all the stakeholders of the airport notified and informed of various things that are going on around the place,” he said.
“This’ll be providing intelligence and other security information to regional airports to assist with their security.”