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First Look: Akasa Air crew uniform


First Look: Akasa Air crew uniform

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Akasa Air, a start-up carrier supported by renowned stock market investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, debuted the first image of its crew uniform on Monday as it prepared for takeoff, which is anticipated for this month’s end.

Following this week’s proving flights, Akasa Air, which took ownership of its first Boeing 737 max aircraft in India on June 21, will be granted the Air Operator Permit necessary to begin conducting business.

According to a statement from the company, the uniform fit focuses on offering the best stretch possible to assure their comfort during their hectic flight schedules.

According to the company, Akasa Air is the first airline in India to offer tailored jackets and pants made of fabric manufactured specifically for the airline out of recycled polyester made from pet bottle plastic recovered from marine garbage, as well as comfortable sneakers for the in-flight personnel.

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Belson Coutinho, co-founder and chief marketing & experience officer, Akasa Air, said, “We have devised a uniform in which our team feels both proud and comfortable as they focus their energies to deliver a warm, friendly, and efficient flying experience for all our passengers.”

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