Wednesday 28 September 2016

Ryanair enlists Irish designer to give air hostess uniforms a 'contemporary' makeover

Published 27/05/2015 | 09:13

Ryanair is collaborating with a mystery Irish designer on a new uniform for flight attendants.

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The airline is currently undergoing a corporate transformation, and has pledged to give the existing uniforms worn by cabin crew a modern makeover.

The new uniform is part of the "Always Getting Better" campaign which hopes to transform customer experience.

The blue and yellow colour scheme is set to remain, but in a "fresher" and "more contemporary" style

Ryanair cabin crew launch the annual calendar
Ryanair cabin crew launch the annual calendar

The company is working with an unknown Irish designer on the new outfit.

"We didn't go to Milan or Paris to find the person to design the new uniforms - we got a designer in Dublin. The staff love the new design. They were involved in choosing the colour and fabric for the new uniforms and they love them," Ryanair's Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs said.

Ryanair will not reveal the design until later this year.

It is rumoured that the company may launch the new uniforms with a high profile 'fashion event' in the coming months.

Michael O'Leary pictured with airline staff at the launch of the airline's 2013 charity calendar
Michael O'Leary pictured with airline staff at the launch of the airline's 2013 charity calendar

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