When I came to QantasLink and saw the pink plane to support breast cancer research I wanted to be able to do something at a more personal level, something that will join together the worldwide community aircrew in a showing of global support.
Every pilot takes a lot of pride in wearing their epaulettes. It is with that same pride that we can support breast cancer awareness and research by swapping our epaulettes out for Pink for a month. FlyPink is a global aviation industry initiative to support organisations around the world that provide research for breast cancer and help save lives.
This year, we have FlyPink with a twist, the Australian support will go to a joint research project targeting the treatment of breast, prostate and ovarian cancer.
Thank you for your support!
In October, show your support, FlyPink!