SilkAir unveils new look for cabin crew

SilkAir unveils new look for cabin crew
SilkAir unveils new look for its cabin crew

SINGAPORE - Singapore's regional carrier SilkAir has revealed its new cabin crew uniform.

In a statement on Friday, April 10, SilkAir said its cabin crew will welcome passengers with their new look starting April 15 on all flights. Its last uniform change was launched back in 2004.

Designed by homegrown fashion designer and NAFA graduate Alexandria Chen, the new one-piece uniform comes in two colours: aqua-blue for junior crew and plum-red for senior crew.

Chief Executive of SilkAir Mr Leslie Thng said: "After 11 years with the current style, this uniform change marks a milestone for us as we present a look which further aligns with our role as the regional wing of Singapore Airlines, providing connectivity to 48 leisure and business destinations in the Asia Pacific region."

The latest uniform design marks SilkAir's fourth uniform change in over 26 years.

ssandrea@sph.com.sg

 

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