Mr Neill, who is best famous for his heading roles in Jurassic Park and The Piano, arrived into Sydney from Manila on Thursday morning.
But instead of collecting his bags, Mr Neill was met with extensive delays during a container carousel after nearing into Sydney only before 10am on Thursday.
“Disgraceful luggage disharmony this morning during Sydney Airport,” Mr Neill wrote on Twitter. “One and a half hours wait for container from Manila (on) Cebu Airlines 5J41.
“Not even a bustling morning.”
A Cebu Pacific mouthpiece reliable with news.com.au that there had been a check in luggage retrieval this morning though pronounced this was caused by a jam in a conveyor.
“Whilst a moody arrived during Sydney Airport during 9:50am, as scheduled, a occurrence was caused by a jam in one of a belts of a container conveyor,” she pronounced a statement.
“The jam resulted in an estimated 20 to 30 pieces of luggage stranded inside a container belt system, that could not be retrieved by a staff.
“Sydney Airport technicians had to be called in to repair a error in a system. All bags that had been stranded were retrieved during around 11am.
“We bewail a nuisance caused by a incident, and appreciate a passengers for their calm and understanding.”
Cebu Pacific is a Philippine low-cost airline formed on a drift of Manila. It is Asia’s oldest bill or low-cost conduit airline, founded in 1996.
Mr Neill’s twitter was met with sympathy, after some associate passengers had gifted identical delays during prior trips.
“Love Sydney. Hate a airport,” one chairman wrote.
“Sydney airfield is a many infuriatingly common airfield I’ve ever been to,” another added.
“Wow we suspicion it was bad when we waited 45 min there. Sydney luggage doing and smoothness is woeful,” another complained.
Last week, Neill attended a opening of a Sydney Film Festival during a State Theatre on Wednesday.
Mr Neill attended a universe premiere of Rachel Ward’s Palm Beach, a comedy-drama about a organisation of lifelong friends reuniting to applaud a special birthday during a renouned Sydney suburb.
The film stars Bryan Brown, Sam Neill, Greta Scacchi, Richard E Grant, Jacqueline McKenzie, Claire outpost der Boom, Aaron Jeffrey, Heather Mitchell, Matilda Brown and new faces Frances Berry and Charlie Vickers.
News.com.au has contacted Sydney Airport and Cebu Pacific Airlines for comment.