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Royal Jet gets dressed for success

Royal Jet gets dressed for success

Royal Jet is getting dressed for more success with new cabin crew uniforms unveiled today at the Dubai Airshow.

» Airlines - W | Thursday, November 17, 2011 • Air News Times
Following last week's announcement of a record breaking performance for the first nine months of this year, the Abu Dhabi-headquartered executive flight services company today presented new-look uniforms for its female cabin crew and personal chef.

The new uniforms represent a major change from the old style and colour of uniform, which has served the airline for the eight years since start up, with a refreshed concept in design, the cut, style, bespoke hat and the addition of new colours.

The new uniforms for female cabin crew members consist of a grey blazer, to be worn with a pencil skirt or tailored trousers, and a white striped blouse. As an addition to the new look and feel, a silk scarf and bespoke black hat, designed by Parisian fashion designer Claire Barrat, with the gold Royal Jet logo brooch complete the outfit.

Barrat has been working for world-renowned designer Lanvin for seven years as a bags, belts, glasses, watches and jewels designer. She was also art director for Maggy Rouff for three years as a Ready-to-wear and Accessories designer. She currently works for clients such as: Revillon, Rodier, Devernois, Balmain, Balenciaga and is involved in the creation and production of uniforms.

The uniform for the personal chef comprises a three-piece, single-breasted grey suit combined with a crisp white shirt, made of Swiss cotton. A dark purple tie adds a splash of colour to the new uniform and complements the female cabin crew uniform scarf.

The suits are made of mix-wool, crease-resistant and comfortable cloth to remain unwrinkled for the flight duration and to allow the skin to breathe. Besides creating a classy look, the uniform's design also allows the wearer to move freely, a necessity during the confines of the cabin and in the very rare event of any emergency.

Shane O’Hare, president and CEO, explained that Royal Jet wanted an updated uniform which mirrored the sophistication of the airline while also reflecting its exceptional service standards.   “The new uniforms not only look great, but they signal another phase in Royal Jet’s on-going development," he said.  "As we look ahead to our ninth year of operation, we’re still a relative youngster, but we are continually evolving and enhancing our product offering – which includes the way our cabin crew present themselves – to best meet the needs of our customers.” 
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