United Airlines has joined the likes of Turkish Airlines & Montenegro Airlines by rolling out a fresh new look for all its uniformed staff members.
Around 70,000 United Airlines employees will step out over the next year in brand new uniforms designed by American fashion designer Tracy Reese, men’s clothing brand Brooks Brothers and work wear specialists Carhartt.
Currently, in the testing phase, the new uniforms are designed to increase comfortability through high-quality fabrics and improved breathability.
PLUS they look VERY nice with ‘rhapsody blue’ as the base colour.
For example, the female flight attendants will look stylish in purple and light blue infused dresses, while male crew members will stun in a blue suit, matching blue vest, purple tie and checked shirt.
Ramp Agent staff members and the technical operations team will stand out in their new hi-vis colours.
Designer Tracy Reese said she’s excited to see the designs in action and for 1,300 pilots, flight attendants and customer service agents to begin the testing phase.
“I’ve travelled the world with United to meet with thousands of employees to better understand their job duties and hear first-hand what is needed in a uniform so that these women look and feel good, but most importantly – perform at their best.”
Tracy Reese, Designer
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