Akasa Air: The company says that the clothing of this uniform has been made using plastic bottles extracted from marine waste.
Akasa Air Crew Uniform: Veteran investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s airline ‘Akasa Air’ has unveiled the uniform of its crew member. On Monday, the company released the first look of its crew uniform. This airline can fly by the end of this month. The company has posted the crew member uniform from its official Twitter account. The company says that this uniform is comfortable and eco-friendly.
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will fly soon
Akasa Air received the delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in India on 21 June. The company plans to conduct test flights this week. After this, he will get an air operator permit to start commercial operations. Akasa Air can fly by the end of this month. Regarding the uniform, the company said on Twitter, “Introducing the brand new Akasa Air Crew Uniform. It has been designed keeping in mind our employees and the environment.”
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The uniform has been prepared in this special way
The company said in a statement that this uniform has been designed keeping in mind the comfort of the crew members amidst the busy flight schedule. The company says that it is the first Indian airline to introduce custom trousers and jackets. Their clothes are specially made for Akasa Air. These clothes are made using plastic bottles extracted from marine waste. The company said that while designing the dress, along with beauty, convenience was also taken care of.