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1,000 invited guests got to fly high with the airline during its Centenary Gala at Sydney Airport, where it marked 100 years of operations in Australia. The exclusive event would have taken place in 2020 if not for COVID-19 and its restrictions, but time only made the celebrations sweeter.
Dining underneath an Airbus A380 in a lavishly decorated hangar, guests were treated to an evening of good food and fine wines as they toasted Qantas’ success and looked forward to the ‘The Next 100’ to come. Since its founding in 1920 by Australian aviators Hudson Fysh and Paul McGuiness, Qantas has grown to become one of Australia’s largest businesses, employing over 23,000 people around the world and carrying over 58 million passengers on average each year.
Certis Security Australia’s Chief Executive, Kang Song Lim, and General Manager, Head of Certis Technology, Jo Simpson, were among the Certis delegates who joined honoured guests including Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Governor-General David Hurley in being hosted by Qantas CEO Alan Joyce fellow Qantas’ leaders.
“Aviation has always been a major part of Certis Security Australia’s portfolio and our work with Qantas and Sydney Airport is key to our shared success. Being able to celebrate this Qantas milestone is a sure sign that after a difficult few years, we are now back to business as usual,” shared Kang Song Lim.
"We are proud to always stand alongside our Qantas colleagues as we deliver a memorable service to the airline’s passengers,” he added.
Here’s to reaching greater heights together over the next 100 years!