Vintage Air-India Uniform Sarees
Vintage Air-India Uniform Sarees is a write-up about the airline’s romance with Uniform Sarees, Air-India is not just back in the news but it’s back in the hands of its original owner, that is TATA group. Air India, the largest carrier airline of India, has been in existence for a long time. Back in the 60s and 70s, traveling by Air India was a unique experience for Indians and foreigners alike. Today we are trying to put forth some vintage moments to show Air-India’s romance with the Uniform Sarees.
Sam Chui, a Chinese-Australian aviation and travel vlogger, and photographer has documented how Air India B747 experience looks like. Here are a few of his exclusive photos that have been published on his website.
The first brush with Uniform Sarees,the crew waiting to board the plane.
The air hostesses greeting the passengers in Uniform Saree became one of the most memorable experiences for them.
The Maharaja lounge of Emperor Ashoka. The design of this lounge was one-of-a-kind.
A flight attendant serving a passenger in the first-class section of the Emperor Ashoka.
Just a bunch of air hostesses in Uniform Saree Salwar Combo
JRD Tata, the then Chairman of Air India, being served in a silverware by a flight attendant in 1971.
Happy Crew posing in another Uniform Saree Salwar Combo
These pics are courtesy to Mr. Debashish Chakraverty who is an enthusiastic vintage collector, you can find more such blog here and here
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