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Sabre Christmas Party Pics!

Daisy Melwani

Sabre kicked off the 2016 holiday season with its annual Christmas party held this year at the Ivy in Sydney earlier this week.

Sabre staff, customers and other members of the Australian travel industry were in high spirits as they celebrated a successful 2016.

Sabre staff and friends in the travel industry gathered together to welcome in the 2016 Christmas season.
Sabre staff and friends in the travel industry gathered together to welcome in the 2016 Christmas season.

 

Roshan Mendis, senior vice president of Sabre Travel Network Asia Pacific, flew to Australia to catch up with customers at the event. He is joined here by Richard Morgan regional director, South Pacific for Sabre Travel Network and Andrew Jones, director of Andrew Jones Travel (left to right).
Roshan Mendis, senior vice president of Sabre Travel Network Asia Pacific, flew to Australia to catch up with customers at the event. He is joined here by Richard Morgan regional director, South Pacific for Sabre Travel Network and Andrew Jones, director of Andrew Jones Travel (left to right).

 

Sabre’s guests took part in a wine and cheese tasting session hosted by Ivy.
Sabre’s guests took part in a wine and cheese tasting session hosted by Ivy.

 

Adam Tulich, Sabre’s global account director APAC chatted to Andi Budd, Amex GBT’s vice president and head of global service delivery APAC.
Adam Tulich, Sabre’s global account director APAC chatted to Andi Budd, Amex GBT’s vice president and head of global service delivery APAC.

 

Agents, suppliers and friends of Sabre gathered in high spirits for an evening of festivities, enjoying some of the best food and wine Sydney has to offer.
Agents, suppliers and friends of Sabre gathered in high spirits for an evening of festivities, enjoying some of the best food and wine Sydney has to offer.

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