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EgyptAir reveals new uniforms for cabin crew

Posted 24 March 2021 · Add Comment

EgyptAir has applied its new uniforms for cabin crew.

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Amr Abu El-Enein, EgyptAir Airlines chairman & CEO  said that the choice of the new uniform came in line with EgyptAir’s trademark brand and its distinctive colours over the years.

 

Enas Essam, cabin crew VP said: “EgyptAir adopted the new uniform for the company flight attendants and air hosts.  During the design of the new uniform, the airline was keen to purchase high quality and withstand long-term flights materials fitting in different atmospheres, as well as providing comfort, ease of movement and matching the level of development in the service provided.”

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