Akasa Air Unveils Cabin Crew Uniforms
Backed by leading stock market investor Rakesh Junjunwara, the airline is set to begin flying later this month. Akasa Air Unveils Cabin Crew Uniforms
Akasa Air unveiled the first look of the crew’s uniforms on Monday as startup airlines were preparing to launch within a few weeks. Backed by leading stock market investor Rakesh Junjunwara, the airline is set to begin flying later this month. Akasa Air Unveils Cabin Crew Uniforms
The company received the first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in India on June 21, and plans to conduct a test flight this week. Then, with the permission of the airline, start commercial operation. In a statement on Monday, Akasa Air said the uniform fit was focused on providing the best possible stretch to ensure comfort during a busy flight schedule.
The company uses fabrics specially made for Akasa Air (using recycled polyester fabrics made from plastic bottles collected from sea scraps) and for ergonomically in-flight crew members. He said he was the first Indian airline to introduce tailored pants and jackets with comfortable sneakers. Aesthetics and comfort.
“We designed uniforms that make our team feel both proud and comfortable while our team is committed to providing a warm, friendly and efficient in-flight experience for all passengers. “Belson Coutinho, Co-Founder and Chief Marketing and Experience Officer, said. According to Akasa Air.
According to the company, considering the crew’s mobile lifestyle and years of experience, Vanilla Moon has designed sneakers that are lightweight, provide increased cushioning from heel to toe and provide enhanced support. The soles are carved out of recycled rubber and are said to be made without the use of plastic.
Deepika Mehra, the founder of Vanilla Moon, said: Designed by Delhi-based fashion designer Rajeshplatashin, this jacket is inspired by the Indian band Gala and is a pioneer in a contemporary twist on this garment.
“The perfect blend of style and sustainability, these uniforms reflect Akasa Air’s core values. From concept to end result, we work on these designs to make them the most unique and sustainable of our time. Presenting one of the functional uniforms was an exciting journey for me, “Shin said.
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